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Care of hebes extends plant's life
This is a lovely time of year to be out working in the garden, and it's an excellent time for pruning most evergreen shrubs too.
Bransford Webbs Plant Company launch hebes
The four new varieties of Hebe are 'Burgundy Blush', 'Claret Crush', 'Merlot Memories' and 'Ruby Port'. Breeding and selection of these new Hebe varieties began in spring 2011 by Karl O'Neill, Bransford Webbs propagation manager.
Bransford Webbs celebrates hebes
Over the next few years Bransford Webbs went onto introduce several new Hebe varieties to UK gardens, including Hebe 'Purple Pixie' and 'Pink Pixie'.
A feast for the senses: Alan Titchmarsh on growing sensory plants
There are plants with soft and silky leaves (stachys byzantina), positively felty foliage (purple sage and some artemisia species) and tough mound-shaped rock plants such as saxifrages, whipcord hebes and some sempervivums, which are a joy to pat.
Nursery Stock Grower of the Year - Winner Bransford Webbs Plant Company
In 2015 a 5,000sq m glasshouse was constructed that houses more than 105,000 hebes for spring 2016 sales. The glasshouse will enable Bransford Webbs to provide a large range of hebe throughout the entire season. Two more ranges are planned for ...

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