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HPS ANNUAL LECTURE DAY AND AGM, Saturday 30th March, details on our Events page

Featured Conservation Plants

The HPS Conservation Scheme aims to identify and preserve some of the garden plants in danger of being lost. HPS members across the country, either within their local group or individually, grow plants chosen for the scheme and report back on their experience of growing and propagating them.

Since the present scheme started in 1998, we have been successful in conserving over 30 plant varieties which we consider worthy of being grown in British gardens. However, a large number of potentially gardenworthy plants is still in need of conservation.

The scheme is open to all HPS members. You can find more information about it here.

You can find a full list of earlier 'Featured Conservation Plants' here.

If you are interested in making this or any other of our conservation plants available commercially, please contact our National Coordinator.

2016

December's Featured Conservation Plant

Chrysanthemum ‘Lucy Simpson’

This hardy chrysanthemum was introduced to the Conservation Scheme in 2002 with a plant from Collinwood Nurseries ....

November's Featured Conservation Plant

A lovely picture of Hemerocallis 'Helle Berlinerin' was chosen for the new Conservation Scheme page on the HPS website although it is no longer on the Active List. It was added to the Scheme in 2002 as an RHS AGM plant that was hard to find ...

September's Featured Conservation Plant

Phlox paniculata ‘Caroline van den Berg’ is believed to have been introduced by Bonne Ruys in 1927. Ruys was a Dutch nurseryman who founded the Moerheim Nurseries in about 1888 (Moerheim was one of the most influential perennial nurseries of the 19th century and made many introductions of phlox, heleniums and other perennials). Phlox p. ‘Caroline van den Berg’ was included in the RHS Phlox Trial ...

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