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I use Fentongollan Farm, www.flowerfarm.co.uk.
They grow their own bulbs down in Cornwall.
Looks like Elaeagnus (Oleaster) to me.
Here's one in my garden earlier today.
Melanie, the plant in your picture is Dierama, also known as Angels fishing rod.
I don't know which variety though.
They seem widely available, my local independant garden centre had them in the spring.
Also seen them sold as Skyscraper lilies.
The company you saw at the show was probably T&M.
They are Tomatoes, not Parsnip.
From info I have seen White Feather is a very poor performing plant , some say it should never have released for sale.
You really do get what you pay for,
My Tree Lilies & Hemerocallis