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Rhubarb 'Fulton's Strawberry Surprise' (Spring/Autumn Planting)

Strong, vigorous plants produce flushes of eye-catching, vivid red stems with a well balanced acidity. Voted the best flavoured rhubarb in the RHS Wisley trials, this superb variety also holds an RHS AGM. The attractive stems of Rhubarb 'Fultons Strawberry…  More Info

  • Sun shade: Sun or semi shade
  • Grows in: Borders
  • Flower Colour: Cream
  • Longevity: Perennial

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Runner Bean 'Wisley Magic'

A red flowered RHS AGM variety producing long, smooth, slender pods that easily reach 35cm (14) long. The heavy yields are best picked while young and tender to ensure a long cropping period. Although the pods of Runner Bean 'Wisley Magic' are not completely…  More Info

  • Sun shade: Full sun
  • Grows in: Vegetable Plot
  • Flower Colour: Red
  • Longevity: Annual

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Tomato 'Akron' F1 Hybrid

This heavy weight tomato has performed superbly in RHS Wisley growing trials, coming out tops against 31 other varieties. We were amazed at the heavy crops at the end of the trial period. Each plant produced an average of 69 fruits under greenhouse conditions…  More Info

  • Sun shade: Full sun
  • Grows in: Beds
  • Flower Colour: Yellow
  • Longevity: Annual

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Buddleja davidii 'Miss Ruby'

Buddleja davidii 'Miss Ruby' bears broad, magenta-red panicles from midsummer onwards that will add a splash of colour to your garden right through until autumn. This comparatively new variety is one of the truest of all reds and appeared especially popular at RHS   More Info

  • Sun shade: Full sun
  • Grows in: Borders
  • Flower Colour: Red
  • Longevity: Shrub

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