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New Introductions
2001
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Turkey Compost 
All-American Selections Award Winners 2001
All-American Selections Award Winners 2001
Dendrobium 
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New Introductions
2001

Hosta ‘Tattoo’

Named for the outline of a dark green maple leaf pattern, tattooed in the centre of the leaves. Rounded and bright golden in colour with a wide light green border. Typically there is only the one flower scape per plant. The light lavender scapes are 8 cm above the plant. When matured it will reach a height of 25 cm and a spread of 20 cm. Zone 3

Hosta Tattoo

Rosa ‘Long Tall Sally’
A tall vigourous bushy shrub with buff pink buds and single white flowers contrasted against huge clean green leaves. Long Tall Sally provides a nearly continuous production of hydr
angea-like flower heads with a moderate tea fragrance. Ideal for background planting or as an ever blooming hedge.

Rosa Long Tall Sally

Hosta ‘CatsEyes’
An absolutely charming
Hosta venusta hybrid that is truly the cat’s meow. Cute rosettes of yellow-centred green foliage embellish this new mini. Petite lavender flowers are very similar to those of H. venusta. Grows 5 cm tall and 17 cm wide. Zone 5.

Hosta Cats Eyes

Golden Cherry
The very Tops in Tomato experience! Outyields, outflavours, outclasses even ‘Sungold’, once considered to be the gardeners No. 1 for flavour. Good resistance to cracking - its desire to remain on the
vine and its superlative flavour gives you some idea of what’s in store for you. An absolute outright winner.

Tomato Golden Cherry

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