We are excited to share with you six new plant introductions for 2020.
Category: Concept Plants News
Thanks to our press release last month, there is buzz about our Treasure Island Sweet Potatoes. Both the trade and consumer media jumped on these edible ornamentals. We are pleased that editor Kathy Jentz featured them in the February Plant Spotlight on page 19 of the Washington Gardener magazine. This award-winning consumer publication is for […]
We are thrilled to share that Treasure Island Sweet Potatoes, represented in North America by Concept Plants, were recently recognized with a Green Thumb Award in the Edible Plants category from the Direct Gardening Association.
Concept Plants has started out the new year with a bang as several of our new plant introductions took center stage in the January trade magazines.
Concept Plants can be found at IPM in a new place but will traditionally show its novelties, with this time the focus on Lavandula heterophylla ‘Meerlo‘. Lavandula ‘Meerlo’ is a colourful lavender with beautifully serrated, grey-green leaves with a cream-colored margin. The light blue flowers have a sweet fragrance. ‘Meerlo’ becomes about 36″ tall and […]
At Cultivate ’19, 13-16 July, we show our latest introductions. Because we have so many great new varieties, we like to highlight our top three of this moment: Rosa Dynamite™ BAM! Sedum Atlantis Senecio Angel Wings Rosa Dynamite™ BAM! (‘Geus 4310’) is one of our favourites! Dynamite™ BAM! is a floribunda with HT-like/ intermediate flowers. […]
In week 24, at Futuristic during the Flower Trials, Plantipp and Concept Plants will show what the future brings for the plants world. We do that together with AllPlant Young Plants, Decock Plants, Kientzler Jungpflanzen and F.N. Kempen. Why should you visit? Because this is the event for people who love innovation. If you want to […]
How proud can you be?! Sedum takesimense Atlantis (‘Nonsitnal’) has been crowned Chelsea Plant of the Year 2019. This winner gives colour to the garden with the yellow variegated foliage. Atlantis is easy to maintain, good for biodiversity and becomes about 45 cm high. This Sedum is found by Hortech, Inc. of the United States […]