Can you believe it? Another year has arrived, which can only mean one thing…lots of new and exciting plants to choose from! Our 2020 catalogue has a plethora of new plants to feast your eyes on and we think you will love these new additions to the Hayloft range just as much as we do. Keep reading for our top 10 plants new to us in 2020.
Rare and exclusive to Hayloft, these double Delphiniums are real Scottish beauties with frilly, triple rosettes of blooms. Bred in Glasgow, so they are much hardier than your average Delphinium and better able to withstand anything the British weather throws at them. Perfect grown in both borders and containers no matter where you live in the country.
Delphinium Neon Sensation
A Chelsea Plant of the Year finalist, this Agapanthus absolutely exploded onto the scene last summer. Renowned as the very best bicoloured variety, it offers bigger blooms, stronger colour and more stems per plant than ever before. Bold, trumpet blooms form globes above strap-shaped foliage all summer long and make striking cut flowers too.
These newly bred Delosperma will certainly give your garden the ‘wow’ factor. Large, vibrant, daisy-like blooms smother the succulent foliage through summer and autumn, twice the size of your average Delosperma. These absolutely incredible plants are also drought tolerant, loved by bees and butterflies and are fast growing. We can’t find anything to dislike about these plants!
A brand-new sister to the much-loved Amistad variety, Amigo is just as vibrant and striking. Ideal planted in borders and containers, the masses of bright blooms that pack each stem will set your garden alight with colour and the pollinators adore them too. Not only are the blooms to die for, the sage-scented foliage gives off a wonderful fragrance as you walk by- a feast for your senses!
Geums were a huge trend at the RHS Chelsea Show last year and they’re not going anywhere any time soon as they grow in popularity. This Geum Pretticoats Peach is a particular favourite of ours and we think it will be one of yours too. Compact yet highly floriferous, the frilly blooms will add a flamboyant flair to your containers and borders through spring and summer.
If you’ve got a shady area of your garden that you just can’t find a suitable plant for, then this versatile Hosta is the one for you. Large, heart-shaped, reverse variegated leaves create luscious mounds of foliage, making a spectacular weed-suppressing display.
They may be called moody blues, but you certainly won’t be moody with these Veronicas in your garden. Blue has been named the colour of the year for 2020, so this dark blue variety is bang on trend. Stunning, densely packed stems create fluffy-looking wands from spring until the first frosts, giving you months of magnificent colour.
Create your own tropical escape with these exotic-looking Hibiscus. Giant, vibrant blooms up to 18cm (7in) across make for an impressive talking point in your garden in summer and autumn. Not only will the blooms catch your eye, so will the foliage as it emerges green in spring then darkens as the plant matures.
Make an impact in your garden with this outstanding, colour-changing Echinacea. This new variety gives even more blooms than other varieties, giving you plenty of colour in your garden all summer and autumn long and still have armfuls of cut flowers for your home too. A perfect choice for coastal and wildlife gardens.
This Heliopsis will give you a most incredible colourful display in your garden with its striking yellow and red blooms. Beautiful, dark, almost black foliage creates a stunning backdrop, accentuating the intensity of the colours of the daisy-like flowers that appear throughout summer. The bees love it and so will you!
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Happy gardening Haylofters!
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