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.
Garden retailers say marimo moss balls are topselling indoor plants.
Presenting a significant opportunity for UK growers is the Pantone Colour of the Year 2024 - Peach Fuzz.
There are plenty of plants to match the 'compassionate yet nurturing shade' chosen by the trends company as top colour for 2024 with Ball, Wharton's, Frank P Matthews, Plants for Europe, Harkness, Volmary, PanAmerican, Plantipp and Earley listing plant choices for HortWeek.
A TV advert is leading to unusually high sales of a plant not usually much sold in the winter.
A move to more traditional gardening search terms this year has been identified by SEO agency Salience.
The international flower seed breeders association has picked the plants it will promote for the next five years.
The Rose Society UK has announced Chris Warner from Newport, Shropshire as the winner of the Dean Hole medal.
Almost 100 delegates from 10 countries made their way to Amsterdam, the Netherlands, to attend the 51st Annual Convention last month.
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.