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Hawkesmill Nurseries: Perennials for June and July

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Warwickshire based Hawkesmill Nurseries have over 40 years experience of providing quality seasonal plants to their customers and this year they have a large selection of 3 litre perennials available for late summer.

For late summer, Hawkesmill have a whole parade of varieties of Salvias, Dahlias, Leucanthemums, Nepetas and Achilleas, all ready to make a colourful statement in garden centres in June and July!

The selection of ‘Mystic’ Dahlias are compact with dark foliage which is a beautiful contrast to the blooms in Haze (apricot-orange), Enchantment (bright red), Illusion (yellow) and Dreamer (pink) blooms.  Contains 48 plants in these four varieties.

Hawkesmill’s brand new and exclusive Salvia ‘Pink Lips’ is a joy to behold and the blooms are 50% larger than it’s sister variety ‘Hot Lips’….beneficial insects love it too!

The aptly named Leucanthemum ‘Freak’, has a compact and strong growing form with slightly shaggy petals.  Whilst Nepeta ‘Magic’ provides masses of flower of a long period, in vibrant purple/blue.

Reminiscent of bowls of delicious treats in the garden is the Achillea ‘Summer Fruits Series’, with bright long lasting flowers in three distinct colours, this promotion is made up of ‘Lemon’ in a vivacious yellow and ‘Carmine’ in a deep rich red and pale gold.

All of the above are supplied with lock-in labels and colour bed cards.

So why not brighten up your planteria displays with technicolour perennials, which can only wow your customers!

Hawkesmill Nurseries who grow over 3.5 million plants throughout the year, with a range of over 1200 varieties 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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