Hayloft Plants adds several additions to collection

Worcestershire-based Hayloft Plants has made several additions to its collection including three fully double flowers with frilly rosettes - Delphinium Highlander 'Blueberry Pie', 'Crystal Delight' and 'Morning Sunrise'. They reach a height of 60cm and a spread of 30cm and are supplied in 9cm pots from May onwards.

Several varieties of Salvia have also been added to the nursery's range, including S. African Skies, S. Amistad, S. Lemon Pie and S. Lara. All are supplied as young plants from April onwards. Other additions include Echinacea 'Strawberry Shortcake', Phormium Jester, Verbascum Jester, Iberis Masterpiece and Convallaria 'Lily of the Valley'.

Aquilegia 'Christa Barlow' has been added to accompany A. Nora Barlow, named after Charles Darwin's granddaughter. Supplied as a bare-root plant from March onwards, the variety is rabbit and slug-resistant and reaches a height of 90cm.

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