New nurseries to feature at next year's RHS Chelsea Flower Show

In the Great Pavilion at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show new nurseries Drointon Nurseries, Brighter Blooms and PW Bamboo will feature in 2014.

Drointon is an auricula specialist, Brighter Blooms is a bulb specialists and PW Bamboo is now part of Bowden Hostas.

Also in the Chelsea Pavilion, Jon Wheatley will exhibit a 50 years of South West in Bloom garden with new dahlias, Raymond Evison will show new clematis varieties and Jo Thompson is behind a Perennial 175 years exhibit with Jim Buttress.

Hardy's Cottage Garden Plants will show a new variegated Guara, a Troilus from Fairweather's and Eryngium 'Neptune's Gold'.

Hooks Green Herbs will exhibit a Peter Rabbit themed garden and Birmingham City Council will exhibit a Great War commemorative garden.

Hillier will celebrate 150 years with a garden, that is still in planning. Jean Hillier will launch a book on the company and there will be an updated edition of the Hillier Manual of Trees and Shrubs.

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