Hawkesmill luanches new Geum For 2018

by | Dec 14, 2017 | News, Plantaria, Sustainability | 0 comments

Hawkesmill Nurseries is a family run business with over 40 years growing experience – providing quality seasonal plants to Retail Nurseries and Garden Centres.??They are based in the heart of the country having their own satellite nurseries all within a 10?mile radius of the main production and dispatch site.

For 2018, there?are many hidden gems in the Hawkesmill catalogue and now is the perfect time to contact the team to pre-order for the coming season!

One of the new varieties for 2018, is the Geum ‘Censation Lipstick’ – perfectly named for the dreamy, creamy, pink tone of the petals.

Geum ‘Censation Lipstick’
This beautiful Geum has masses of creamy, pink flowers and makes it a real?winner. It is supplied with a large lock in label and a colour bed card. Available in 3 litre pot size and contains 36 plants.

Look out for more new variety information soon from our 2018 range.

As with all Hawkesmill Nurseries Collections orders can be placed in advance and dispatched on specified week numbers or when ready, with top up stock available weekly.? The retailer can also place orders on an ad hoc basis from the weekly availability lists.

The team at Hawkesmill has previous with this variety of plants, having won gold at The National Plant Show in 2016.

www.hawkesmillnurseries.co.uk?

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