Hawkesmill Nurseries: Varieties available for delivery now

by | Apr 6, 2017 | News, Products | 0 comments

Warwickshire based Hawkesmill Nurseries, whose?wide array of beautiful flower varieties provide bright displays and encourage seasonal sales,?are offering retailers?a whole host of ranges available now for delivery in April.

The range of Paeonia are supplied in 3 litre pots and contains 48 plants in 8 varieties,?these include: ‘Dr Alex Fleming’, ‘Dancing Butterfly’, ‘General McMahon’, ‘Kansas’, ‘Karl Rosenfield’, ‘Krinkled White’, ‘Miss Mary’, ‘Sarah Bernhardt’ and ‘Shirley Temple’. This classic perennial collection is very popular and comes with large lock-in labels and a colour bed card.

A stunning range of Lupins are also available for delivery in April.?? In a pot size of 2 litres, this collection has 36 plants in 5 different varieties and is supplied with a large colour bed card and large lock-in labels.? The selection includes, ‘Gallery Pink’, ‘Gallery Blue’, ‘Gallery Red’, ‘Gallery Yellow’ and ‘Gallery White’.

Three stunning Geum varieties are ready for delivery now and all include lock-in labels and a large colour bed card..? ‘Banana Daiquiri’ has clear bright lemon yellow, semi-double flowers.? Pot size is 2 litre and is supplied as 36 plants.? ‘Princess Juliana’ is a strong growing beauty with semi-double bright orange blooms.? It is available in 3 litre pot size as 36 plants.? The brand new ‘Scarlet Tempest’ has stunning ruffled, semi-double flowers in a rich red and is supplied in?3 litre pots as 36 plants.

Hawkesmill Nurseries is a family run business with over 40 years growing experience – providing quality seasonal plants to Retail Nurseries, Garden Centres and also more recently to Landscapers and Garden Designers too.? They are based in the heart of the country having their own satellite nurseries all within a 25 mile radius of the main production and dispatch site.

Garden Retailers can contact Hawkesmill Nurseries for more information about their?various collections, as well as general availability?on 01676 532334 or by emailing sales@hawkesmillnurseries.co.uk

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