Garden Plants of the Month for 2019 announced

on Tuesday, 21 August 2018. Posted in News

The Flower Council of Holland's new and exciting Garden plant of the month list for next year, will again inspire and inform both consumers and the horticulture sector.

With appealing images and exciting content, the Flower Council of Holland will be placing a plant or group in the limelight every month in 2019. The selection has been made by the product specialists at Royal FloraHolland and the Flower Council of Holland.

The product specialists at Royal FloraHolland examine whether it is commercially interesting for the entire chain and assess the availability. The Flower Council of Holland checks whether the selection matches consumers’ needs, the PR opportunities and forthcoming trends.

The green stars for 2019:

January: Sleeping Beauties (Dogwood, Viburnum, Enkianthus)

Viburnum


February: Spring Surprises (Hazel, Aubrieta, Perennial Candytuft)
March: Blossom Trees (Apple, Peach and Plum tree)

Apple Blossom

Apple blossom

April: Colour bearers (Begonia, Verbana, African Daisy, Bougainvillea)
May: Fragrant feature plants (Lilac Palibin, Broom, Lantana, Garden Rose, Photinia)
June: Honeysuckle (Honeysuckle)

Honeysuckle

Honeysuckle

July: Bee friends (Yarrow, Anise Hyssop, Hollyhock, Astrantia, Anemone

August: Carefree Summer (Agave, Allium, Eucalyptus, Aeonium, Crassula)
September: Indian Summer Plants (Trumpet Vine, Spindle Tree, Japanese Andromeda, Beautyberry, Smoke Tree)
October: Green covering (Rockfoil, Sempervivum, Stonecrop)
November: Red garden plants (Holly, Skimmia, Leucothoe)

Holly

Holly

December: Festive pines (Spruce, Fir Tree)

Good to know
The Garden Plant of the Month is communicated through press releases and the national websites of Thejoyofplants.co.uk. Images are available from flowercouncil.co.uk.

NB Please note that none of these pictures are Flower Council images.

 

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