Seabrook on... appraising plants

Founders of the RHS took unusual, new and well-grown plants to their meetings over Hatchard's for fellow members to inspect, appraise and record. This practice has continued for more than two centuries to the present day, where whole plants and cut samples are submitted to committees at RHS shows for society awards.

by Peter Seabrook

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