Hawkesmill Nurseries: New and exclusive ‘Victorian Violas’ range

by | Aug 10, 2017 | News, Plantaria, Sustainability | 0 comments


Hawkesmill Nurseries, the family run business based in Warwickshire, grow an?abundance of over 3.5?million plants throughout the year.?The team are proud to announce that they have a brand new and exclusive?Victorian Violas range?which?has been added to their?array of plants for 2017.
This superb collection of stunning violas comes from RHS Chelsea Gold medallist Rob?Chapman.
Rob Chapman said: ?Our ongoing breeding programme has produced a range of stunning varieties, with a wonderful selection of colour and scent to grace your pots, patios and flower beds?

Available from Hawkesmill Nurseries?this year, the range has a?rainbow of colour options, with many varieties also being scented.? This abundant collection of flowers has superb ?staying power? from April through to September, and as hardy perennials, they will continue to flower year after year.

Available in 1litre pots from May, the ?Victorian Violas? will be supplied with branded labels and point of sale.
Garden retailers can contact Hawkesmill Nurseries for more information about?collections and general availability by contacting the company on 01676 532334 or by emailing?sales@hawkesmillnurseries.co.uk

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