This month’s plant forum includes introductions to new plants and the latest plant news. Here are four which Blue Iris found intriguing.
|Acacia bailyana ‘songlines’||Pear ‘Humbug’||Tiarella ‘Appalachian Trail’||Euphorbia martini ‘Ascott Rainbow’|
|In 10 years this ideal wall shrub can reach between 8-10m (26-32ft). It prefers a sunny, sheltered position. Its red new leaves gradually turn a steely blue, Also golden flowers appear in early spring.||This fruit tree was introduced from Ukraine and has striped fruits and bark. The fruits can be harvested from October and they store well through winter.||This new cultivar is suited for growth in hanging baskets and has attractive foliage. It grows happily in shade and makes a good ground cover in woodland areas.||This new cultivar is raised at Hillier Nurseries and has blue-green leaves with golden tipped edges. It is suited to a warm, sunny position at the front of a border.|
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