PLANT SUPPLIERS BUYERS GUIDE

Ornamental plant production nurseries, including hardy nursery stock, protected crops, cut flowers and bulbs.

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PLANT SUPPLIERS GUIDE 2019

PLANT SUPPLIERS GUIDE 2019

Welcome to the digital edition of the 2019 Horticulture Week Plant Suppliers Guide - the essential reference guide for professional plant buyers.

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Grower sundries - Options for nurseries

Environmental factors are key for growers choosing the latest pots, growing media, fertilisers and labels, writes Sally Drury.

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A fortnightly roundup of jobs to do and what to watch out for to keep your crops protected.

Plant Focus

Leptospermum

Leptospermum

These long-lasting pretty flowers add a splash of colour to borders in spring and summer, says Miranda Kimberley.

Summer-flowering bulbs

Summer-flowering bulbs

September-to-October is an accepted part of the gardening year for bulb planting, and many of these are for the heralds of spring — the crocus, the narcissi or the tulip.

Hebe

Hebe

These colourful, undemanding and versatile evergreen shrubs offer year-round interest, Miranda Kimberley finds.

Heuchera

Heuchera

Year-round colour and neat clumps of foliage make these perennials very marketable, says Miranda Kimberley.