Plant Trends and Award winners
All the latest plant trends and the latest winners of plant awards including Four Oaks Trade Show, RHS Chelsea Flower Show, Plantarium and more.
An investigation conducted by the British Association of Landscape Industries (BALI) has revealed that a shortage in trees and shrubs are behind recent price increases.
With National Houseplant Appreciation Day on this Sunday, Essential Living has revealed the UK’s most popular houseplants.
Flowercard has used Google search data to find which are the most popular indoor plants.
Squire's Garden Centres has highlighted its best six indoor plants.
Human Touch, Balanced Biotope, Recentered Stage and Crazy Illusions are 2021 trends identified by trendwatcher Aafje Nijman, designed for use to highlight trendy flowers, indoor and garden plants to consumers.
Google Trends and Instagram research has shown the Dracaena snake plant is the most popular indoor plant in the UK in 2020.
Each one of the breeding breakthroughs obtained an outstanding score on innovation, beauty and garden performance, convincing Fleuroselect judges to award a gold medal.
The visitors to Groen-Direkt Spring Fair in Holland have proclaimed Lomandra longifolia White Sands bred by Hoogeveen Plants BV in Hazerswoude as the best novelty.
Adenium obesum Fairy Tree Concept from Spanish company Plantal Producciones has won the Show Your Colours Award at IPM Essen 2020.
Fleuroselect 2021 gold medal winners include a Celosia, Delphinium and Rudbeckia.
Agapanthus 'Poppin Purple', entered by Plantipp BV and grown by UK nursery Fairweather's has been awared the best perennial prize at IPM Essen.
Lubera has won the award for Best Novelty Bedding Plant at IPM Essen Trade Show.
Track the top selling plants, one month to the next
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