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January 2016 Review Winner
- "Awesome! "
- Runner Bean 'Moonlight'
- Benjamin Williams
- These really are a great variety. They crop like you wouldn't believe. I had to plant a 2nd batch last year as I think I planted them too early and they didn't like it one bit so don't be too hasty, they'll soon catch up. Pick the beans when they are really young and fresh because you'll have so many that you can afford to. The small bean size also means that if they do go a little over then you won't be chomping on great big purple beans. If you're feeling tight (or want them to have plenty of room) then you can plant one between two canes, they will quite happy fill two canes. I did this when one of mine got accidentally stomped on. I doubt I'll ever bother with another variety again, there really is no need to.
Previous Review Winners
- "Best tomato ever"
- Tomato 'Maskotka'
- Peter J Lynskey
- Grew these in 2015, some in the greenhouse in a hanging basket and 12cm pots which produced ripe fruit in late June. Some in a raised bed in a fruit cage which kept on producing. I picked my last ripe tomato in MID NOVEMBER! Yes I do live in the UK.
- "Alstroemeria Everest "
- Alstroemeria Everest
- Keith Gunton
- Have grown Alstroemerias for a few years now. I bought an Everest selection earlier in the year and was astonished how fast and high they grew in their first year from a 5cm pot. As advertised, nearly 6 feet tall. Very satisfied!
- "Tomato Sweet Aperitif Best flavoured of all "
- Tomato Sweet Aperitif
- Jeanette Bowtell
- Wonderful sweet flavour, heavy cropper, fruit the size of marbles. Put these in a bowl and everybody eats them like grapes. Grandchildren love them. A real winner.
- "Beautiful "
- Foxglove Illumination Pink
- Zoe Procommenos
- I potted these up as soon as I received them last Autumn. This summer they have been absolutely stunning. I have cut off the flowers after they have died and am now waiting to see if side shoots appear.
- "Petunia Cascadia "
- Petunia cascadia rim magenta
- Barbara Peers
- What a fantastic plant beautiful display our garden looks like chelsea flower show ...this is the best petunia we have ever had.Such a stunning display , every one passing takes photos.
- "Doing very well "
- Doing very well
- By Jenny Smith
- Really pleased with these, as they have settled well in their hanging baskets and are now thriving, looking strong and producing blooms even though still reasonably small. These should go on to give a fantastic display as the summer progresses.
- "Such a joy - longlasting too"
- Tulip St George
- By Tanya Eccleston
- I've never plated tulips in containers before, but these turned out to be truly magical. Every bulb flowered spectacularly and we absolutely adored them. They gave us so much pleasure. Will definitely buy again.
- "Flaming Marvellous"
- Antirrhinum nanum 'Frosted Flames'
- By Sharon Rutlant
- I am so pleased that I bought some Antirrhinum "Frosted Flame" seeds. They are very easy to grow, the flowers are beautiful and the foilage is very attractive.
- "Great Plants!"
- Malva 'Snow White'
- By Karen Bruton
- Good sturdy plants and good germination rate too. Malvas are a great choice for poor soil and seem indestructible - needing very little care. The purple flowered version is also recommended and will come back each year when other plants fail.
- "forget lavender, grow this bushey plant instead!"
- Gaura Sparkle White
- By Graeme Ellis
- An absolute must buy!! I bought these as plug plants in early 2013 and grew them on in a cold frame with no problems, I actually planted 3 plugs to a 9cm pot and planted them out mid June, by the end of June I had quite stocky plants that flowered July through to September. I cut them back in September (thinking it would force the roots to grow for winter) and they have so far survived very well looking forward to seeing them bloom again this year!! Bees love them Oh one other bonus, they freely seeded all around where I planted them, some I collected and some I left in the ground.
- "Time will tell"
- Cercis Forest Pansy
- By Rebecca Simpson
- So far I have received the bare-root tree in the post no problem (said end of Feb and actually arrived early Jan). Planting it now. Looks unimpressive however my parents bought one last year which just resembled a twig and a couple of dead leaves, however it soon took hold and is now a very handsome and colourful shrub - hence my buying one!