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Press Release: Brand New Rhubarb Have you been following the journey of the brand-new rhubarb to watch for 2018! We have been tweeting about #SidsJourney from the selection stages, through the successful process in the lab onto it growing up on the nursery until becoming a big strong mature plant! Its been like our baby. We are so proud of the progress of the rhubarb selection which gained its nickname Sid when someone misread label Selection 51D creating its fun nickname and giving this plant a boost of personality. After many meetings trying to give Sid the right new name, we are now so proud to announce the … CLICK TO READ MORE

 

 

 

6th Feb 2018: Hagreaves Plants Release Brand New Patio CollectionAsparagus and Berry specialist, Hargreaves Plants Ltd, has launched a patio collection perfect for the home garden market new for 2018; Opening the door for an easier, healthier lifestyle. In the age of promoting a healthier lifestyle, we’re proud to release this new collection that will help people to lead a healthier lifestyle with ease. The new patio blackberry has already proven popular having been released Autumn 2017, named “Purple Opal”. It has a similar berry growth to the ....CLICK TO READ MORE

 

 

 

Hargreaves Plants Receive Grant: Identifying how popular Rhubarb has become in Britain in recent years, (the Rhubarb business has grown from being worth £15 million in 2007, to £23 million in 2010) Hargreaves Plants Ltd decided to invest in research to develop new varieties of Rhubarb to meet demand and capitalise on this lucrative product. Hargreaves Plants Ltd applied to the Eastern Agri-Tech Growth Initiative for a grant of £47,000, to grow new varieties of rhubarb that will improve ...CLICK TO READ MORE