Will B&Q launch of first downy mildew-resistant busy lizzie spark a revival?

B&Q is to sell six million downy mildew-resistant impatiens from 30 April after breeder Syngenta Flowers developed a resilient busy lizzie variety called Imara.

by Matthew Appleby
Kingfisher head of range Tim Clapp
Kingfisher head of range Tim Clapp

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