RHS Chelsea new plants shortlist includes five from T&M - but B&Q misses out

Thompson & Morgan has five plants out of 20 in the RHS Chelsea Flower Show Plant of the Year shortlist but the plant that has sold more than one million since launch - the Impatiens Imara from Syngenta/B&Q - has not found favour with the judges, missing out on a place on the shortlist.

by Matthew Appleby
'Sunbelievable', 'Runaway Bride', 'Fizz'nPop Glowing Purple'
'Sunbelievable', 'Runaway Bride', 'Fizz'nPop Glowing Purple'

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