IMP Essen Germany 2020 January 28th to 31st
2020 will be our seventh year of exhibiting at IPM , Essen in Germany. We have seen our export sales go from strength to strength over the past few years.
Come and visit our stand and see what we have new for 2020 in our Agapanthus range.
We are in Hall 7, stand A24.f
Visit us at the Four Oaks Trade Show on 3rdth and 4th September 2019
Come along and see us to discuss all your requirements for 2020.
Find out what new varieties we have and what you can add in to your range.
Our stand number is E81. We look forward to seeing you.
Thalictrum Little Pinkie
Echinacea Delicious Candy
Visit us at the HTA National Plant Show, 19th-20th June 2019
The annual HTA National Plant Show will take place on Tuesday 19th and Wednesday 20th June 2019 at Stoneleigh Park, near Coventry.
Came and see us on stand 179 and see what we have new for next year.
Fireworks wins ‘Best in Show’ at Glee 2018.
Fireworks is a fantastic evergreen with large bicolour Blue and white flowers. The flowers are very large and can last up to 8 weeks in bloom.
Fairweather’s are the only UK nursery offering young plants to the UK. Contact us for more information and availability.
New LED lights
Traditionally at this time of year the nursery is focused on cleaning liners ready for spring dispatch and catching up with maintenance around the nursery. One department that is usually very quiet is propagation as we stop production after week 30. This winter in order to increase Agapanthus production, improve quality and make better use of winter labour we have installed LED lights into one of our propagation greenhouses.
Initial results of tissue culture plants weaned from the laboratory in week 40 are very encouraging with plants establishing very evenly under lights that extend the day to 14 hours with 50umol of light intensity. This will enable us to produce one or 2 more crops from the same space during the year. Plants receiving less intense lighting on adjacent beds are also responding so we are experimenting with different light intensities.
The pink glow from the glasshouses attracted the attention of a neighbour who questioned whether we had gone into marijuana production- the answer was no, but then it might be more profitable than growing garden plants!