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PLANT NOVELTIES COMPETITION

 The winners are:

strzalka blue  trees, shrubs, climbers, small shrubs and perennials from climactic zones USDA 1-7b,

strzalka blue  plant novelties  - "new", just introduced into production, cultivated in Poland for no more than 5 years, or returning to the market after a very long break, and cannot be plants attending at previous editions of the Plant Novelties Competition,

strzalka blue  plants submitted by companies from the GREEN IS LIFE & FLOWER EXPO POLAND exhibitors and producers, breeders, creators of new varieties that do not participate in it, who would like to disseminate their plants and offer them to a wide audience,

strzalka blue  selected by an international jury as the most valuable!

strzalka blue  17 years of tradition - meet all the winning plants 2004-2020

 

You can get know abut the submitted and winning plants:

strzalka green  on the special competition exposition at the fair GREEN IS LIFE & FLOWER EXPO POLAND 2021,

strzalka green  at websites of the Polish Nurserymen Association (Związek Szkółkarzy Polskich) and GREEN IS LIFE & FLOWER EXPO POLAND,

strzalka green in a printed Exhibition Guide,

strzalka green  the Polish Association of Garden Centers (PSCO) and its members, which will also order and offer them to clients,

strzalka green  in Facebook posts on the profiles of the Association and the Exhibitionas well as at e-katalogroslin.pl, which was visited by over 730,000 users only in May this year,

strzalka green  in horticultural publishing houses in Poland: AVC, Abrys, Media Expets, Burda Media, Hortpress, Plantpress, and leading foreign media, such as DeutscheBaumschule, FloraCulture International, Floral Daily, Horti Daily

strzalka green  in special interest media, lifestyle media and gardening bloggers,

strzalka green  in the Nursery Catalogue of the Polish Nurserymen Association distributed among professionals, and the silhouette of the plant awarded with a gold medal will appear on the cover.

 

The objective of the competition is to broadly promote new interesting trees, shrubs, climbers, and perennials which have huge commercial potential. This year, the plants will be once again assessed by an international jury. As part of the promotion of the plants submitted to the competition, the winner will also be chosen by representatives of the industry media, as part of e-mail voting, as well as by gardeners and plant lovers, as part of a plebiscite organized on Facebook and/or Instagram.

 

2021 - AWARDED PLANTS AND SUBMITTED TO THE COMPETITION:


Alstroemeria RIVER VALLEY® ‘Tessumriver’ PBR 

alstroemeria

A variety of the SUMMER PARADISE® series from the VALLEY line, growing only up to 35 cm in height. A characteristic feature of the plant is its low compact habit, creamy-fringed leaves and large pink flowers with a yellow throat and exotic-looking, dark stripes on the inner petals. The flowers form on the tops of the stems emerging from underground rhizomes, gathered in umbellate inflorescences. The perennial blooms long and profusely, from late June to the first autumn frosts. The plant prefers fertile, humus, well-drained, moderately moist, slightly acid soils, in sunny to slightly shady positions. When planted in the ground, it requires careful protection against frost, and covering with a 10-15 cm thick layer of bark before winter. Plants grown in containers on balconies and terraces should be stored in rooms with a temperature close to 0°C. The variety is recommended for planting on the edges of flower beds and flower beds, and for cultivation in containers on balconies and terraces.

Breeder: HilverdaFlorist-Hortipartners, The Netherlands Market launch: 2017

Applicant: CLEMATIS ŹRÓDŁO DOBRYCH PNĄCZY Sp. z o.o. Sp. k. ul. Duchnicka 27, 05-800 Pruszków, Poland

 

 

 


 

Buddleja davidii BUTTERFLY TOWER ‘Tobud1305’PBR 

buddleja

A variety with an interesting, upright habit, taking the form of a profusely flowering column or a narrow cone. It grows up to 2 m in height and 1 m width. It creates numerous, soaring shoots covered with greenish-gray, lanceolate leaves with smooth edges. Fragrant purple-violet flowers gathered at the tops of shoots in elongated paniculate inflorescences, 20-25 cm long, directed upwards. It blooms from July to fall, and attracts numerous butterflies and other pollinating insects. Systematic cutting of faded inflorescences stimulates the formation of new flower buds. The plant has average soil requirements, prefers sunny positions, sheltered from the wind in winter. Withstands temperature drops down to about -20°C. In the spring it needs to be trimmed 10 cm above the ground. The plant is recommended for planting in home gardens, singly or in groups, in compositions with other shrubs and perennials.

Breeder: Branded Garden Products Ltd. (Thompson & Morgan), United Kingdom. Market launch: 2019

Applicant: HOOGENRAAD HANDELSKWEKERIJEN BV Rijksweg 30a, 6744WB Ederveen, The Netherlands

 

 

 


 

Clematis 'Floral Dance' PBR 

cercis

A Polish variety from the Late Blooming Large-Flowered Clematis Group, with always double and semi-double, dark blue flowers appearing on this year's shoots. Medium-sized flowers, 5 to 7 cm in diameter, consist of purple-blue tepals with a purple stripe. Stamens composed of yellow anthers mounted on filet-greenish threads. Main flowering runs from mid-June to the end of July. The plant repeats less abundant flowering at the end of September. Compound leaves, two or three leaflets, sometimes single, heart-shaped. The climber attaches to supports with petioles. Reaches 2-2.5 m in height. The plant prefers light, not too hot, fertile, moderately moist and well-drained soil. Frost resistant variety, useful for growing next to trellises, obelisks and other garden supports, and in large containers on balconies and terraces. It can climb up natural supports, such as coniferous and deciduous shrubs.

Breeder: Szczepan Marczyński, Poland. Market launch: 2021

Applicant: CLEMATIS ŹRÓDŁO DOBRYCH PNĄCZY Sp. z o.o. Sp. k. ul. Duchnicka 27, 05-800 Pruszków, Poland

 

 

 


 

 BRONZE MEDAL 

Cercis canadensis GOLDEN FALLS ‘NC2015-12’PLP 

cercis

A small tree with decorative golden leaves and picturesquely overhanging shoots, growing up to 2-3 m in height. It is the first weeping Judas tree variety with golden foliage. Large, heart-shaped, yellow leaf blades set on long petioles. The variety is characterized by good vigor, healthy leaves not damaged by direct sunlight. Decorative pink flowers develop at the turn of April and May. They form directly on trunks and branches, and on young branches. The tree grows well in neutral to alkaline garden soils, moderately moist and well-drained. Prefers sunny to semi-shady, warm locations, sheltered from the wind in winter. The variety is recommended for planting in home and estate gardens, in exposed places and in compositions with plants with dark foliage.

Breeder: Dennis James Werner, USA. Market launch: 2019

Applicant: SZKÓŁKARSTWO OZDOBNE OLSZEWSCY 42-262 Poczesna, Poland

 

 

 


 

Clematis 'Jan III Sobieski' PBR 

clematis

A Polish variety with velvety, dark red, semi-double and single flowers. Thanks to its compact habit and abundant flowering, it is suitable for cultivation in containers on balconies and terraces. The flowers are large, 13 to 18 cm in diameter, semi-double on last year's shoots, and single on annuals, composed of 6-8 elliptical, slightly wavy, rounded tepals. Stamens composed of yellow anthers mounted on yellow-greenish threads. Some of the stamens turn into decorative staminodes. It blooms from mid-May to mid-July, starting flowering from the very bottom of the plant (20 cm from the base). Single heart-shaped, dark green leaves, whole-edge and tripartite leaves as well as elliptical, sharply pointed leaves. The climber attaches to supports with petioles. Reaches 1.5-2 m in height. The plant prefers light, not too hot, fertile, moderately moist and well-drained soil. Frost resistant variety, useful for growing next to trellises, obelisks and other garden supports, and in large containers on balconies and terraces. It can climb up natural supports, such as coniferous and deciduous shrubs that do not require hard pruning.

Breeder: Szczepan Marczyński, Poland. Market launch: 2021

Applicant: CLEMATIS ŹRÓDŁO DOBRYCH PNĄCZY Sp. z o.o. Sp. k. ul. Duchnicka 27, 05-800 Pruszków, Poland

 

 

 


 

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