Earley Ornamentals to display award winning SunPatiens colours at Four Oaks Show

One of the UK's leading independent producers and suppliers of young plants, Earley Ornamentals will be displaying vibrant new colours 'Hot Coral' and 'Electric Orange', at the Four Oaks Trade Show, Stand E77/78. These are the very latest additions to Earley's popular SunPatiens range, with 'Electric Orange' already an award winner.

SunPatiens 'Hot Coral' - image: Earley Ornamentals
SunPatiens 'Hot Coral' - image: Earley Ornamentals
Great performer in the garden and at the checkout SunPatiens are becoming increasingly popular across the UK due to their excellent weather tolerance and disease resistance. Robust garden performers, this new early flowering compact variety also provides garden centres with great added value sales opportunities throughout the summer season.

Earley Ornamentals’ managing director Simon Earley said: "We have been working hard to get the colours, the quality, reliability and performance of our plants exactly right for this year and we are really looking forward to showing them at Four Oaks."    

Genetics selected from the world’s leading breeders

As an independent producer the Earley experts are able to select the best genetics from the world’s leading breeders to provide customers with an innovative assortment of quality young plants. Each variety is trialed and laboratory tested to ensure all Earley young plants give first-class leading quality, reliability and performance from seed to flower.

Wide range of bedding, basket, patio plants, perennials and more
In addition to being the UK's primary distributor of SunPatiens®, Earley offers an extensive range of seed raised and cutting raised young plants for all seasons and applications.

Committed to innovation and investment - biomass technology reduces carbon footprint

For those interested in finding out more about the environmental side of growing, Earley has also completed the installation of a biomass heating system, which is reducing the company’s impact on the environment as well as spiraling fuel costs. Biomass brings much lower carbon emissions, improves energy efficiency by more than 20% and, by sourcing the wood chips locally allows Earley to support its rural economy.

State-of-the-art production and excellent service

At Earley Ornamentals, over 180m plug plants, made up of over 1,700 varieties, are grown each year at our state-of-the-art 12-acre site near Thirsk, North Yorkshire and, with a specialist reputation for reliability and expertise, we are committed to providing both high quality stock and excellent service.

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