2011 AAS Winners
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

2011 AAS Winners

on

  • 1,043 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
1,043
Views on SlideShare
1,043
Embed Views
0

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
1
Comments
0

0 Embeds 0

No embeds

Accessibility

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

2011 AAS Winners 2011 AAS Winners Presentation Transcript

  • All-America Selections2011 Winners
  • Pepper ‘Orange Blaze’AAS Vegetable Winner
  • Pepper ‘Orange Blaze’
    Genus species: Capsicum annuum
    Common name: Pepper
    Unique qualities: Earlier maturing orange pepper, very sweet, disease resistance
    Fruit size: 3 to 4 inches
    Fruit color: Orange
    Plant height: 24 inches
    Plant spread: 18-24 inches
    Garden location: Full sun
    Length of time from sowing seed to harvest: 100 days
    Closest comparisons on market: ‘Gourmet’ and ‘Gypsy’
  • Gaillardia ‘Arizona Apricot’AAS Flower Award Winner
  • Gaillardia ‘Arizona Apricot’
    Genus species: Gailardia x grandiflora
    Common name: Blanket flower
    Unique qualities: Earlier flowering, unique apricot color for this class
    Flower size: 3 to 3.5 inches
    Flower form: Daisy-like single flower
    Flower color: Apricot
    Foliage color: Bright green
    Plant height: 12 inches
    Plant spread: 12 inches
    Garden location: Full sun
    Length of time from sowing seed to flower: 90 days
    Closest comparisons on market: ‘Granada’ and ‘Golden Goblin’
  • Salvia ‘Summer Jewel Red’AAS Bedding Plant Winner
  • Salvia ‘Summer Jewel Red’
    Genus species: Salvia coccinea
    Common name: Hummingbird sage, Scarlet sage, Texas sage
    Unique qualities: More compact and earlier to flower
    Flower color: Bright red
    Foliage color: Dark green
    Flower form: Spike
    Flower size: ½ inch
    Plant height: 20 inches Width: 16 inches
    Plant type: Dwarf, branching
    Garden location: Full sun
    Garden spacing: 10 to 12 inches apart
    Days from sowing seed to flower: 50 days
    Closest comparison: ‘Lady in Red’
  • Kale ‘Glamour Red’ F1AAS Cool Season BP Winner
  • Kale ‘Glamour Red’ F1
    Genus species: Brassica oleracea
    Common name: Ornamental kale
    Unique qualities: Non-waxy shiny leaves, brighter color tone
    Flower size: Head size is 10 to 12 inches
    Flower form: Fringed leaf type
    Flower color: Purple Foliage color: Green
    Plant height: 12 inches Width: 14 inches
    Garden location: Full sun
    Garden spacing: 12 inches apart
    Days from sowing seed to flower: 90 days to first color.
    Closest comparisons: ‘Kamome Red’ and ‘Nagoya Red’
  • Viola ‘Shangri-La Marina’ F1AAS Cool Season BP Winner
  • Viola ‘Shangri-La Marina’ F1
    Genus species: Viola cornuta
    Common name: Viola
    Unique qualities: Early flowering, new color
    Flower color: Light blue with baby face
    Flower size: 1.25 inches
    Flower form: Single flower
    Foliage color: Green
    Plant type: Low growing, mounding habit
    Plant height: 6 inches Width: 12 inches
    Garden location: Full sun
    Garden spacing: 8 inches apart
    Days from sowing seed to flower: 70 days
    Closest comparison on market: ‘Four Seasons Cooler Improved’
  • Pumpkin ‘Hijinks’ F1AAS Vegetable Winner
  • Pumpkin ‘Hijinks’ F1
    Genus species: Cucurbita pepo
    Unique qualities: Uniform shape and size, easy harvest, excellent stem attachment
    Fruit size: 5.6 inches long with 7.4 inch diameter; weight of 6 to 7 pounds
    Fruit color: Deep orange
    Plant type: Typical long vines
    Plant height: 2 feet Width: up to 15 feet
    Garden location: Full sun
    Garden spacing: Allow 10 feet between rows of plants, space 2-3 feet apart in row
    Disease tolerances: Powdery mildew
    Length of time to harvest: 100 days from sowing seed, 85 days from transplant
    Closest comparisons on market: ‘Orange Smoothie’ and ‘Hybrid Pam’
  • Tomato ‘Lizzano’ F1AAS Vegetable Winner
  • Tomato ‘Lizzano’ F1
    Genus species: Solanum lycopersicum
    Unique qualities: First Late Blight tolerant cherry fruited semi-determinate variety on the market
    Fruit size: 0.4 ounces Color: Red
    Plant type: Semi-determinate small cherry, compact bush, trailing habit
    Plant height: 16 to 20 inches
    Plant width: 20 inches
    Garden location: Full sun
    Garden spacing: 20 inches apart
    Disease tolerances: Late Blight tolerant
    Days to harvest: 63 days from transplant
    Closest comparisons: ‘Tumbler’ and ‘Tumbling Tom Red’
  • Tomato ‘Terenzo’ F1AAS Vegetable Winner
  • Tomato ‘Terenzo’ F1
    Genus species: Solanum lycopersicum
    Unique qualities: Tidy trailing plant, easy-to-grow, little maintenance
    Fruit size: 0.67 ounces Color: Red
    Plant type: Determinate cherry, Trailing habit
    Plant height: 16 to 20 inches
    Plant width: 20 inches
    Garden location: Full sun
    Garden spacing: 20 inches apart
    Length of time to harvest: 56 days from transplant
    Closest comparisons on market: ‘Tumbler’ and ‘Tumbling Tom Red’