Hiller announces new plant introductions

by | Mar 8, 2023 | News | 0 comments

Hillier Garden Centres has announced four additions to its nurseries for 2023, some of which will be exclusive to Hillier Garden Centres.

This year’s selection is a mixture of flowering and foliage plants suitable for garden beds and planters and includes the Erysimum ‘Colour Vibe’ collection, Lavandula x intermedia ‘Exceptional’, Cordyline ‘Magic Star’, and Dicentra ‘Amore Titanium’.

All four plants will launch at the BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair, taking place from 28 – 30 April at Beaulieu, Hampshire. They will be incorporated into the Hillier Experience garden feature and visitors will be able to purchase them from a retail area situated alongside the garden.

Charles Carr, head of wholesale nurseries at Hillier, which is headline partner of the event, comments: “We are thrilled to be launching our new range of plants this spring. We’ve been developing these for a long time – there are some really unique plants in our 2023 line-up and I can’t wait for people to see them.

“There is a wonderful mix of flowering and foliage plants, perfect for adding colour and texture to a whole host of gardens this spring. We will officially be launching these new plants at the BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair in April, where they will feature in the Secret Garden inspired garden that Hillier is creating at the fair.”

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