New plants

Farplants has released its Hotspots 2010 and Autumn Patio Extra 2009/10 catalogue.

Helleborus 'Walberton's Ivory Prince'. Image: Farplants
Helleborus 'Walberton's Ivory Prince'. Image: Farplants

Helleborus 'Walberton's Ivory Prince' is a Christmas rose hybrid, which flowers freely every winter and is offered in a 7.5-litre pot. This hybrid will be delivered from December to February in bud and is exclusive to Farplants.

Digitalis 'Goldcrest' is set to become a "big hit", according to Farplants marketing manager Neil Robertson.

Nemesia 'Angelart Orange' is part of the Angelart series, which won a "resounding thumbs up from every buyer", Robertson said. It comes in a two-litre pot.

Nemesia 'Angelart Almond' is, according to Robertson, "one of the most impulse-buyable new summer products to come along for ages".

Nemesia 'Angelart Raspberry', one of the current three colours, is to be part of the group for 2010. Plants will be delivered next June in bud.

Nemesia 'Angelart Melon' is another attractive colour in the series that will make an entry into Farplants' new catalogue.

Euphorbia 'Walberton's Rudolph', from David Tristram at Farplants' Walberton Nursery, comes in six 1.5-litre pot trays to be delivered September-October.

Helleborus 'Rosemary' is a new hybrid derived from H. niger and H. x hybridus 'Walberton's Rosemary'.


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