Leading independent producer and supplier of young plants, Earley Ornamentals, is now a distributor for dianthus breeder and grower, Whetman Pinks. Back in fashion and bred for today?s market place, this versatile Pinks range, is an exciting addition to Earley?s portfolio and includes the multi-award winning variety Scent First? Memories, with its outstanding spicy fragrance.
The range features a wide choice of spectacular new and highly successful modern varieties for today?s growers and landscapers. The main groups are Dwarf Pinks including Early Birds?, the highly fragrant collection Scent First? and the well known and most popular, Garden Pinks.
New variety Memories is one of the range?s highlights, combining that classic fragrance of Pinks with 21st century performance. This multi-award winner from the highly fragrant Scent First? collection boasts accolades including RHS Chelsea Flower Show ?Plant of the Year? Runner Up, HTA Plant Show ?Best in Show? and Grower of the Year?s ?Herbaceous Perennial of the Year?.
A compact plant flowering from April until September, Memories features in a number of royal locations such as Highgrove House, the homes of the Earl and Countess of Wessex and HRH Princess Alexandra.
?Pinks are back in fashion? says Simon Earley, managing director at Earley Ornamentals. ?Bred for versatility, this range of young plants establishes quickly with the minimum of input to produce a finished plant of the highest quality. From icicle whites and delicate pinks to bold salmons and deep crimsons, single and double flower options to fringed, frilly, fragrant and freckled choices, Pinks are perfect plants for the perfect garden.?
Committed to producing quality young plants for the UK market, Earley Ornamentals is a leading, independent family-run business that is proud to be the selected partner for many of the UK’s leading commercial and retail growers.
With an extensive product range of high quality stock designed to meet the needs of today’s professional growers, over 180m young plants, made up of 1,700 varieties, are grown each year at Earley?s state-of-the-art 12-acre site near Thirsk, North Yorkshire.