Category: Awards

New 2019 Awards

Following the HTA  2019 Plant Show there were Awards for: Tilia europaea GOLDEN SUNSET ‘Wiltil’ –  which received the  Visitors Vote  and HTA 2019 Best in Category Trees & Conifers Dryopteris wallichiana JURASSIC GOLD ‘Hollasic’- Herbaceous Perennials Silver Award   Following the Horticulture Week Business Awards 2019 there were wins for: Dryopteris wallichiana JURASSIC GOLD ‘Hollasic’ – Best Ornamental Plant…

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Plantagogo RHS AGM Awards

An amazing result for Vicky and Richard  Fox of @plantagogo 8 AGMs in Heuchera and Tiarella trials with the RHS. Here are two. METALLIC SHIMMER  and TANGERINE WAVE.   Also from Plantagogo  two great Tiarellas  also won the AGM. ANGEL WINGS  and RASPBERRY SUNDAE

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Awards 2018

It has been a productive year for several plants represented by Genesis. Choisya SCENTED GEM was awarded HIGHLY COMMENDED at the Horticulture Week Business Awards 2018 in the Best New Ornamental Plant category. SCENTED GEM was closely followed by a new fern Doodia ROUGH RUBY which was also a finalist in the same category, with it’s eye catching red unfurling…

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Plantagogo wins multiple awards this year

Plantagogo one of our longstanding clients have had a fruitful year with PLATINUM at Gardner’s World Live 2017, GOLD Chelsea Flower Show 2017…

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‘Celebration’, silver prize for new variety

Hebe Comm. Ex. Juss. CELEBRATION ‘Celebration’ was launched at the 2016 RHS Chelsea Flower Show by Hardy’s Cottage Garden Plants.

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Silver prize for ‘Kaleidoscope’, Polemonium yezoensis

Polemonium yezoensis ‘Kaleidoscope’ received an HTA 2017 SILVER award for Herbaceous Perennials.

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Introducing Penstemon Pentastic ®

Penstemon Pentastic® this new Penstemon series, called Pentastic was introduced by Hishtil at the California Spring Trials that took place from April 9-14 in California, USA.

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Betula Pendula Fastigiata Joes wins Gold Medal at National Plant Show

Betula pendula Fastigiata JOES ® ‘jolep1’ is an improvement of ‘Fastigiata’. “The twigs and branches are thicker and stronger and the new cultivar can be propagated through softwood cuttings.

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