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    AGM plants have been through a rigorous trial and assessment programme. They are:

    • Excellent for ordinary use in appropriate conditions
    • Available to buy
    • Of good constitution
    • Essentially stable in form & colour
    • Reasonably resistant to pests & diseases

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  • Bicoloured baptisia comes out of the ...

    By Graham Rice
    A new bicoloured baptisia, whose flowers change colour as they mature, arrives from Michigan

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  • New crab apple is perfect for small ...

    By Graham Rice
    Colourful and compact, this new crab apple was crowned Best in Show at the National Plant Show

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  • Grow your own cupcakes!

    By Graham Rice
    A dreamy Californian cosmos - decades in the making - is finally available to home gardeners

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  • Sacre bleu!

    By Graham Rice
    Bijou eucalyptus crosses the channel to make a splash in British gardens

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  • Fresh look for an old marigold

    By Graham Rice
    A charming old calendula is refreshed and revived

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  • New sedums for ground cover

    By Graham Rice
    Two new varieties from America mark an advance in the development of sedums

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  • Siberian iris as you've never seen ...

    By Graham Rice
    Exciting new iris from America's top breeders make it to Britain

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  • New miscanthus ain't misbehavin'

    By Graham Rice
    With good manners and unusually rich red flowers, this new grass is a small garden special

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  • New iris lands in our gardens

    By Graham Rice
    'Mars Landing' is the latest in a series of new irises for pots, raised beds and rock ...

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  • New agapanthus from National Collection

    By Graham Rice
    A new inky-blue, dwarf agapanthus has been launched by a Plant Heritage National Collection ...

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  • Sizzling new orange hibiscus

    By Graham Rice
    The first hibiscus for patio containers is placed third in the Chelsea Plant of the Year award

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  • Crystal clear salvia colour break

    By Graham Rice
    A new colour in perennial salvias was runner-up for the 2017 Chelsea Plant of the Year award

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