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Nick Macer at his Pan-global Plants Nursery

Nick Macer at his Pan-global Plants Nursery

Shots from 2010

Salix exigua and Chionochloa rubra

After the shocking cold of January 2010, the PGP garden took a serious hit to various marginally hardy exotics. However, many things recovered and the
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A selection of 2011 ‘new plants’

Well, new to Pan Global’s catalogue at any rate, though some are in fact new to cultivation in the UK and some have never been
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Website update and an update for the website

Any regulars will be aware that they are looking at an unfamiliar Pan Global’ website. Fear not, this one’s better than ever, as you may
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A nice batch of a very special fern

Pteris wallichiana

Here’s something I’ve sold for a couple or so years now, but one that needs a bit of a shout about, as I have finally
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Praise be. It’s the 2010 update at last.

Rejoice with me. This years catalogue update is finally in the bag, as it were. You’ll find 115 additions to the plant list this year,
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Some links (no that’s not men’s underarm whiff spray – that’s Lynx)

For all who like to follow my travels around the globe, you’ll no doubt be pleased to be directed towards a couple of photo-travelogues that
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Unbelievable…

…yet true. I am currently writing an entry in my blog. Not only is this a truly amazing feat in itself, but the added fact
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More new goodies….

Beschorneria albiflora in bud. (Photo courtesy Douglas Horrell)

Mark Fillan and I had already named a very good clone of the evergreen, shrubby Euphorbia x pasteurii after a good friend of ours, John
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Autumn 2007

Amicia zygomeris

My Amicia zygomeris reached huge proportions this year and is still in full flower as I write in early November. A Mexican perennial legume, it
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Summer 2007

This Agave salmiana has filled out

The summer of 2007 will go down in history as the wettest on record for the UK. Whilst this made for exceptional growth on some
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