In a never-before-seen colour combination, flowers will seemingly change colour as the season progresses.
It is a finalist for the RHS Chelsea Plant of the Year competition 2018.
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Having a robust strategy to cope with potential supply shortages is important to protect any retail business, Neville Stein explains.
Medium-sized groups in the £20m-£100m bracket such as Klondyke, Hillier, Squire's, Notcutts and Blue Diamond look to have done best as 2017 results are released.
Showy spikes, lush leaves and sweet scent all help to sell these appealing plants, writes Miranda Kimberley.
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