New T&M Selection Shortlisted For Plant Of The 12 months Award 2024 On the RHS Chelsea Flower Present


T&M is proud to announce that certainly one of its new plant varieties has been shortlisted for the RHS Chelsea Flower Present Plant of the 12 months 2024 award and can be judged on the occasion.

T&M’s new introductions for 2024 embody show-stopping, high-performing and breeding breakthrough varieties to encourage gardeners in every single place to develop one thing new.

Plant of the 12 months is a a lot sought-after award that recognises innovation, attraction, excellence and impression in plant breeding. T&M is proud that its plant introduction has been shortlisted this 12 months, with the finalists and winner introduced on Sunday nineteenth Could.

The T&M workforce needs one of the best of luck to its fellow shortlisted firms.

 

Shortlisted within the Plant of the 12 months on the RHS Chelsea Flower Present 2024

Mangave Mad about Mangave® 'Praying Hands' PBR Exhibited by Stonebarn Landscapes and Gardeners Question Time, bred by Hans Hansen and introduced by Thompson & Morgan.

Pictured: Mangave Mad about Mangave® ‘Praying Palms’ PBR – Exhibited by Stonebarn Landscapes and Gardeners’ Query Time, bred by Hans Hansen and launched by Thompson & Morgan.

Shortlisted within the Plant of the 12 months on the RHS Chelsea Flower Present 2024:

Mangave Mad about Mangave® ‘Praying Palms’ PBR

Exhibited by Stonebarn Landscapes and Gardeners’ Query Time, bred by Hans Hansen and launched by Thompson & Morgan.

A delightfully totally different Mangave form!

With dark-green, scale-like leaves curling upwards into the elegant type of an artichoke, ‘Praying Palms’ is a rare departure from the star-shaped rosette you would possibly anticipate! A maroon spike finishes every leaf with a flourish, converging on the prime to kind a lovely level.

Mangave Mad about Mangave® 'Praying Hands' PBR Exhibited by Stonebarn Landscapes and Gardeners Question Time, bred by Hans Hansen and introduced by Thompson & Morgan.

Pictured: Mangave Mad about Mangave® ‘Praying Palms’ PBR
Exhibited by Stonebarn Landscapes and Gardeners’ Query Time, bred by Hans Hansen and launched by Thompson & Morgan.

  • A revolution in plant breeding: A hybrid cross between an Agave and Manfreda, Mangave crops boast architectural qualities on a lot faster-growing, hardier and fuller crops.
  • Develop indoors or open air: A putting succulent specimen plant, Mangave is a half-hardy perennial, hardy to -5 ºC and drought tolerant, requiring little water to thrive as a wonderful point of interest in milder UK gardens. In colder and wetter areas Mangave ‘Praying Palms’ can be finest grown in containers and moved into frost-free and drier circumstances over the winter months.

Peak: 20cm (8in). Unfold: 35cm (14in).

This plant can be out there to view on the RHS Expertise stand.

Discover out extra: https://www.thompson-morgan.com/p/mangave-praying-hands/WKF5737TM

The Plant of the 12 months Award

Image: Plant of the Year at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2023: Agapanthus BLACK JACK ('Dwaghyb02'), exhibited by Sparsholt College, bred by De Wet and introduced by Thompson & Morgan.

Pictured: Plant of the 12 months on the RHS Chelsea Flower Present 2023: Agapanthus BLACK JACK (‘Dwaghyb02’), exhibited by Sparsholt School, bred by De Moist and launched by Thompson & Morgan.

The RHS Chelsea Flower Present Plant of the 12 months award celebrates the brand new and thrilling crops launched on the present and the status of profitable is recognised worldwide. RHS Chelsea is the best international platform for the launch of latest crops, which frequently go on to be bestsellers.

On the Chelsea Flower Present, T&M has achieved vital acclaim, notably profitable the coveted Plant of the 12 months award a number of instances. T&M’s most up-to-date triumphs embody:

  • Plant of the 12 months on the RHS Chelsea Flower Present 2023: Agapanthus BLACK JACK (‘Dwaghyb02’), exhibited by Sparsholt School, bred by De Moist and launched by Thompson & Morgan.
  • Second place within the Plant of the 12 months on the RHS Chelsea Flower Present 2023: Hydrangea serrata ‘Gotemba Nishiki’ (EUPHORIA PINK), exhibited by Stonebarn Landscapes, bred by Mr Nagasaki T and launched by Thompson & Morgan.
  • Third place within the Plant of the 12 months on the RHS Chelsea Flower Present 2023: Weigela CAMOUFLAGE (‘Tmwg15-01’), exhibited by Stonebarn Landscapes, bred by Charles Valin and launched by Thompson & Morgan.

These wins exemplify T&M’s dedication to enhancing gardens with distinctive new flora.

View All New Flower Crops: https://www.thompson-morgan.com/new-in-flower-plants

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