UK: Earley Ornamentals introduces 2018 novelties

Earley's new additions for 2018 include seed and cutting raised choices for spring, summer and autumn flowering.

With many options featured, highlights include new colour Bella Fuchsia Julia - the first double-flowered semi-trailing variety in the series. Suitable for hanging baskets, Julia blooms from April til November. Both upright and semi-trailing varieties are now available in 13 colours.

Another star included is the all-weather XPetchoa SuperCal Light Yellow. With large vivid yellow flowers and superior outdoor performance, it was Highly Commended in the Best Plant Introduction Bedding or Pot Plant category at Four Oaks. Early blooming, pH tolerant and ideal for cold-frame or low-energy production.

New colours and mixes expand 2018 Pansy Premier range
Four colourful new mixes and an array of new colours have been added to the Pansy Premier F1 range for 2018, which also features 12 and 14 colour mixes.

Extra colours that match well for autumn production include Lavender Shades, White Rose Blotch and Autumn Mix, which are available in the Premier Autumn F1 collection.

For retailers, Premier means less wastage due to a longer shelf life and better quality throughout - an excellent commercial choice. For consumers, it offers good winter-flowering capability and excellent garden performance.

Blotch face plants are generally best sellers and in the extensive Earley Pansy Premier collection, the Premier Gold with Blotch is the number one choice. Available in 480 tray size for delivery from week 2.

Pansy Premier is a large flowered series suited to autumn, winter and spring cultivation. Bred by Sakata, Premier is a non-stretching, basal branching plant. It delivers reduced growing costs due to low PGR requirement.

Suited to high density pot and pack production it offers strong plants, with upward facing flowers, growing upright to a height of 15cm and 10cm wide.

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