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2022
New Varieties
From Our
Members
NGB’s New Plants
• Long-time NGB program
• Now over 100 members can
contribute
• 99% of all annual, vegetable,
perennial and shrub breeders in
North America are members
• Your ONE go-to source for
images and details for New
Varieties
Abelia Vanilla
Brandy
• Tight, compact abelia
• White margins hold their color
even in full sun and heat
• Bloom May - October
• Height: 24-36”
• Zones 6-9
• Breeder: First Editions/Bailey
Achillea-ptarmica
Marshmallow
• Floriferous with double flowers
• Compact: 12” upright height
• First-year flowering
• Zones 3-8
• Breeder: Benary
Agapanthus
Ever Amethyst™
• Semi-dwarf, blooms very early
and reblooms
• Fast growing, drought tolerant
• Height: 24-30”
• Width: 12-18”
• Zones 8a – 11b
• Breeder: Plant Development
Services, Inc./Southern Living
Amsonia
String Theory
• Compact version to standard Amsonia
• Covered with light periwinkle flowers
in late spring on healthy dark leaves
• Brilliant orange fall color
• Deer resistant!
• Height: 18-22”
• Width: 32-36”
• Zones 4-9
• Breeder: Walters Gardens

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NGB New Plant Varieties for 2022

  • 2. NGB’s New Plants • Long-time NGB program • Now over 100 members can contribute • 99% of all annual, vegetable, perennial and shrub breeders in North America are members • Your ONE go-to source for images and details for New Varieties
  • 3. Abelia Vanilla Brandy • Tight, compact abelia • White margins hold their color even in full sun and heat • Bloom May - October • Height: 24-36” • Zones 6-9 • Breeder: First Editions/Bailey
  • 4. Achillea-ptarmica Marshmallow • Floriferous with double flowers • Compact: 12” upright height • First-year flowering • Zones 3-8 • Breeder: Benary
  • 5. Agapanthus Ever Amethyst™ • Semi-dwarf, blooms very early and reblooms • Fast growing, drought tolerant • Height: 24-30” • Width: 12-18” • Zones 8a – 11b • Breeder: Plant Development Services, Inc./Southern Living
  • 6. Amsonia String Theory • Compact version to standard Amsonia • Covered with light periwinkle flowers in late spring on healthy dark leaves • Brilliant orange fall color • Deer resistant! • Height: 18-22” • Width: 32-36” • Zones 4-9 • Breeder: Walters Gardens
  • 7. Begonia Iconia Scentiment Peachy Keen • Won Industry’s Choice & FleuroStar Awards • Fantastic Fragrance bred into popular Iconia begonias! • Great for containers and hanging baskets • 10-14” tall • Breeder: Dümmen Orange
  • 8. Begonia Nonstop Joy Rose Picotee • Intense bicolor flowers • Dark foliage means a great contrast • Height: 9” • Breeder: Benary
  • 9. Begonia Rex Bewitched Night Owl • Cut leaf Rex with a bright tricolor pattern • Shade indoors or out • Excellent lifespan indoors • Stores its own water in stems, so very little care is required • H: 15-18” • W: 18-24” • Breeder: Green Fuse
  • 10. Begonia Viking Explorer Rose on Green • High impact color • Unique trailing habit • Early flowering • All-weather resistant • Height: 20-24” • Width: 35-39” • Breeder: Sakata Ornamentals
  • 11. • High impact color • Unique trailing habit • Early flowering • All-weather resistant • Height: 20-24” • Width: 35-39” • Breeder: Sakata Ornamentals Begonia Viking Explorer Red on Green
  • 12. Blackberry Superlicious ™ • Thornless! Dwarf! • Fruits reliably and good for patio pots • Height: 3-4’ • Width: 3-4’ • Zone 4-9 • Breeder: Monrovia
  • 13. Bougainvillea Burgundy Queen® • Perfect climber for trellises, fences and patio pots • Stunning flowers and gorgeous deep wine-red foliage • Height: 20-30’ vines • Zone 10-11 • Breeder: Monrovia
  • 14. Broccoli Burgundy • Unique purple sprouting broccoli produces multiple harvests! • Tender and sweet, great for crudite platters, in salads, steamed or grilled • Height: 24-36” • Width: 24” • Breeder: Bejo Seeds
  • 15. Buddleia Sparkler® Purple Petite • Dense, compact form packed with nectar-filled blooms • Sturdy and less brittle stems • Height: 3-4’ tall and wide • Zone 5-10 • Breeder: Monrovia
  • 16. Buddleia Violet Cascade • Great cascading habit • At least 4 years of sterility observed • 4.5’ H x 5-6’ W • Zone 5-10 • Breeder: Walters Gardens
  • 17. Calycanthus Simply Scentsational® • Fantastic smelling..is it melon, pineapple, banana, strawberry or Juicy Fruit gum?! • Deep maroon blooms late spring through summer • Height: 6’ • Width: 5’ • Zones 4-9 • Breeder: Spring Meadow
  • 18. Campanula Flore Pleno Mix • Mix of white/cream, violet and blue semi-double flowers that bloom from July-September • Height: 30” • Width: 12-18” • Zone 3-9 • Breeder: Jelitto Perennial Seeds
  • 19. Cape Daisy Zulu Prince White • Creamy white 3-4” blossoms with purple inner petal edges • Heat, sun and drought tolerant • Height: 24” • Annual tolerates some frosts • Breeder: Botanical Interests
  • 20. • Easy to grow, great for new gardeners • Heat and drought tolerant • Great for mixed containers also • Height: 14-16” • Breeder: Hem Genetics Celosia argentea Arrabona Red
  • 21. Cleome Sparkler™ Mix 2.0 • Heat loving annual, improved uniformity • Three colors: Blush, Lavender and Purple • More compact with richer color • Height: 36-44” • Width: 24-36” • Breeder: Syngenta Flowers
  • 22. Coleus Spitfire • A vibrantly colored “micro” coleus, perfect for small spaces • Height: 10-16” • Width: 14-16” • Sun or shade! • Breeder: Ball FloraPlant
  • 23. Crape Myrtle Summerlasting™ Coconut • Dramatic contrast of white blooms on black foliage • Long blooming and can rebloom if deadheaded • Height: 6’ • Width: 3’ • Zone 7-10 • Breeder: Monrovia
  • 24. Craspedia GOLF™ Beauty Improved • More flower power • Bright yellow blooms • Height: 14-18” • Width: 8-10” • Tender perennial zones 8-11 • Breeder: Danziger
  • 25. Dahlia Labella Grande Fun Red White • Better branching means more flowers. • Stable bicolor • Height: 10-12” • Width: 10” • Breeder: Beekenkamp
  • 26. Daylily Skye™ Series Stormy • Reblooming daylilies in 5 colors • Dramatic colors with thick, sturdy petals • Height: 12-18” • Width: 18” • Zone 4-11 • Breeder: Monrovia
  • 27. Dianthus Jolt Purple • Stunning new color in popular Jolt series, good disease resistance • Height: 16-20” • Width: 12-14” • Zones 7a – 11, most used as an annual • Breeder: PanAmerican Seed
  • 28. Digiplexis Falcon Fire • Hybrid between hardy Digitalis and tender Isoplexis • Incredibly long bloom time of pink flowers with mango orange interiors • Height: 36-42” • Width: 16-18” • Hardy to zone 8 • Breeder: Walters Gardens
  • 29. Eggplant Icicle F1 • Great taste, fewer seeds, fewer spines • Sturdy plants support generous yields of fruit • Height: 48” • Width: 24” • NGB Member: AAS/Known-You Seed
  • 30. Fig Fignomenal ™ • Extremely dwarf and low mounding habit • Perfect for urban and container gardening • Lots of sweet, medium-sized figs (brown outside, red inside) • Height: 28” • Width: 28” • Breeder: UpShoot LLC
  • 31. Fig Little Miss Figgy • Excellent ornamental and fruit-bearing landscape plant • Dwarf, compact habit • Height: 4-8’ • Width: 3-4’ • Zone 7a – 10b • Breeder: Plant Development Services, Inc./Southern Living/Sunset
  • 32. Gerbera ColorBloom™ Bicolor Red/White • Colorful blooms show off above compact foliage, early to flower, non-fading colors • Height: 4-6” • Width: 6-8” • Indoor or outdoor plant • Breeder: PanAmerican Seed
  • 33. • New herb mixes for various culinary uses • Height: varies • Width: varies • Breeder: Benary Herbs Mix a Herb Barbeque
  • 34. Hibiscus Edge of Night • Most compact of SUMMERIFIC series at 3-3.5’ tall • Jet black foliage • Large 7-8” rosy pink flowers • Width: 36-42” • Zone 4-9 • Breeder: Walters Gardens
  • 35. • Ideal for brightening a shady spot • Great for containers • Height: 15-20’ • Zone 6a – 9b • Breeder: Plant Development Services/Sunset/Southern Living Holly Golden™ Oakland
  • 36. Holly Ruby Colannade® • New foliage emerges deep red • Transitions to traditional glossy green • Stays narrow and dense • Height: 10-12’ • Width: 6-8’ • Zone 7-9 • Breeder: Monrovia
  • 37. Hosta Miss America • Majestic, large variegated hosta with striking white flowers with a lavender pattern in the center of the petals • Height: 19” • Width: 55” • Zone 3-9 • Breeder: Walters Gardens
  • 38. Hydrangea Fairytrail Bride® • First Cascade® Hydrangea in North America. Each trailing stem brims with blooms. • Blooms on new wood • Do not prune to achieve trailing habit • Height: 48” • Width: 48” • Zone 7-9 • Breeder: Spring Meadow Nursery
  • 39. Hydrangea Let’s Dance ¡Arriba! ™ • Reblooming and fast-growing hydrangea • Height: 24-36” • Width: 34-36” • Zone 4-9 • Breeder: Spring Meadow Nursery
  • 40. False Hydrangea Vine FLIRTY GIRL™ • Abundance of lightly fragrant, creamy blooms in no time at all! • New growth emerges purple • Height: 40-50’ • Width: 6-9’ • Zone 5a-9b • Breeder: Spring Meadow Nursery
  • 41. Hydrangea arborescens Invincibelle Lace ™ • First ever smooth h. with plum- purple lacecap flowers and dark ruby stems • Height: 48-60” • Width: 48-60” • Zone 3-8 • Breeder: Spring Meadow Nursery
  • 42. First Editions® Hydrangea Little Hottie™ • Compact and heat tolerant • Versatile panicle hydrangea • Open green and turn a sparkling white • As temps drop, blooms turn antique shades of white and pink • Height: 36+” tall • Breeder: Bailey Nurseries, Inc.
  • 43. Hydrangea Little Lime Punch™ • Blooms emerge lime green and mature to white, light pink and rich red! (paniculata) • Height: 30-60” • Width: 30-60” • Zones 3-8 • Breeder: Spring Meadow Nursery
  • 44. Impatiens Beacon Rose • New color for the IDM resistant impatiens • Blooms from spring-late summer • Height: 14-18” mounded plants • Width: 12-14” • Breeder: PanAmerican Seed
  • 45. Impatiens Spectra™ • 5 Colors: Bright Red, Orange, White, Pink and Magenta • New Guinea impatiens with interspecific breeding • Large flowers, excellent branching, intense colors • Height: 10-14” • Width: 10-14” • Breeder: Syngenta Flowers
  • 46. • 4 Colors: • California Coral • Mad Magenta • Premium Pink • Radiant Rose • Very low maintenance • Drought-tolerant • Height: 8-10” • Breeder: Dümmen Orange Kalanchoe Deck’d Out
  • 47. Kale Rainbow Candy Crush F1 • Pink edible and ornamental • Mounded habit like a bush • Vibrant hot pink center with bright green edges • Mildly sweet flavor • Height: 8-12” • Breeder: Pure Line Seeds, Inc.
  • 48. Kale Oldenbor • Only fusarium yellow resistant kale on the market. Leaves stay healthy late into the season • Height: 24-36” • Pick and eat through fall then cover and overwinter for additional spring harvest in many zones • Breeder: Bejo Seeds
  • 49. • 5 Colors: • Sunset • Sunrise • Full Moon • Really Red • Neon > • Vigorous, fill in faster • More floriforous • Height: 8-10” • Breeder: Dümmen Orange Lantana Heartland
  • 50. Lavender LaDiva Eternal Elegance • Spanish angustifolia but very early to bloom, great fragrance • Height: 12-20” • Width: 18-22” • Breeder: Dümmen Orange
  • 51. Lavender Sensational • Broad, thick bright silver leaves • Sensationally large (4”) and intense purple flower spikes • Blooms abundantly summer to fall • Height: 18-24” tall • Breeder: UpShoot LLC
  • 52. Lettuce Bauer • Dark green, compact round head • Harvest at baby leaf stage or grow into full sized head • Height: 4” • Width: 8” • NGB Member: AAS/Vitalis Organic Seeds
  • 53. Lettuce Ezpark • Vibrant green tango with impressive yield and interesting texture • Part of Eazyleaf brand • Use as cut and come again or as a full head • Height: 6-10” • Breeder: Vitalis Organic Seeds
  • 54. Leucanthemum Banana Cream ll • An improvement on the much- loved classic Banana Cream • More flowers, earlier to flower • Height: 20-24” • Width: 20-22” • Zones 5-9 • Breeder: Walters Gardens
  • 55. Leucanthemum Sweet Daisy Birdy • Robust, long-lasting blooms • Tidy, sturdy habit • Height: 18-24” • Hardy to zone 3 • NGB Member: AAS/ Dümmen Orange
  • 56. Leucanthemum White Lion • Leucanthemum from seed offers better uniformity and habit. • Blooms from late spring to late summer • Height: 8-10” mounded • Width” 8-12” • Zones 3b – 9a • Breeder: PanAmerican Seed
  • 57. First Editions® Lilac Pinktini • Cross between ‘Charisma’ and ‘Miss Canada’ results in a more compact, tidier form • Rich pink blooms, lightly fragrant • Height: 4-5’ • Width: 3-4’ • Breeder: Bailey Nurseries, Inc.
  • 58. Lobelia Starship Scarlet • Eye-catching spires of long lasting flowers bloom from early summer into mid-fall • Height: 20-24” • Width: 12-14” • Zones 5 - 10 • Breeder: PanAmerican Seed
  • 59. Mandevilla Madinia® Elegant Velvet Red • Hot colors that WOW! Limited vining. • Drought tolerant • Height: 12-14” vining • Zone 9-11 • Breeder: Syngenta Flowers
  • 60. Mandevilla Madinia® Maximo Scarlet • Huge flowers, great in containers and can be trellised • Drought tolerant • Height: 12-14” vining • Width: 18-36” • Zone 9-11 • Breeder: Syngenta Flowers
  • 61. Mandevilla Sun Parasol® SunBeam • First yellow mandevilla! • Bushy habit great for containers, hanging baskets, balconies and bedding • Height: 12-24” • Width: 24-26” • Breeder: Suntory
  • 62. Mandevilla Sunvilla ™ Red • Free-flowing tropical color • Vigorous twining stems with dark green foliage • Slow-to-fade blooms • Height: 15-20’ • Zone 9-11 • Breeder: Monrovia
  • 63. Marigold Endurance ™ • 3 Colors • Orange, Yellow, Sunset Gold • Everlasting garden performance • Triploid breeding: African and French marigold cross gives the best of both worlds • Height: 12-16” tall and wide • Breeder: Syngenta Flowers
  • 64. • Compact series with 2” blooms • 3 Colors: • Deep Orange • Deep Yellow • Gold • Height: 10-12” compact • Width: 10-12” • Breeder: Benary Marigold Super Hero
  • 65. Marigold Xochi Orange • Marigold for cut flower gardens • Stronger stems and richer color • 3-4: blooms • Height: 24-36” • 10+ days for vase life • Breeder: PanAmerican Seed
  • 66. Melissa officinalis Lemoncello • Traditional lemon balm • Strong, true lemon scent • Height: 6-8” • Width: 20-24” • Hardy to zone 4 • Breeder: Hem Genetics
  • 67. Miscanthus Gentle Breeze • Long season interest • Silver silvery white flower heads bloom from July-October • Height: 2-3’ • Zone 4-10 • Breeder: PlantHaven International
  • 68. • Live plantlings • Branded plants can be purchased online • Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, Cauliflower, Cabbage, Kale, Spinach, Lettuce and Swiss Chard • Member: Ferry Morse Mixed Edible Plantlings
  • 69. Nemesia Nesia Inca • More heat tolerant than other nemesia • Summer long blooms cover the plants • Height: 10-14” • Width: 10-12” • Breeder: Danziger
  • 70. • Large flower w double petals • 3D effect • 5 colors • Valravn Violet > • Cotton Candy pink • Red Racer • Tandy Taffy • White Lightning • Breeder: Dümmen Orange New Guinea Impatiens Roller Coaster
  • 71. Onion Elsye • Intermediate day yellow onion • Strong vigor and good tolerance to bolting • Mild, sweet flavor • Transplant or direct sow seed • Height: 12-18” • Breeder: Vitalis Organic Seeds
  • 72. Onion Warrior Red • Sister to AAS Winner Warrior • Long slender white stem with small red bulb. • Flavor is mild • Height: 18-24” • NGB Member: Seeds By Design
  • 73. Pak Choi Bopak Organic • Now available as organic seed • Classy, white stemmed Pak Choi/ • Height: 18-24” • Breeder: Bejo Seeds
  • 74. Pennisetum Fountain Grass Lemon Squeeze • Brightly colored chartreuse grass adds contrast • Height: 36” • Width: 30” • Zone: 5-9 • Breeder: Walters Gardens
  • 75. Pepper Buffy • High yield, thick walls, strong upright plants, early to mature, easy to harvest • Height: 28” • Width: 18-20” • NGB Member: AAS/Known-You Seed
  • 76. Pepper Candy Cane Chocolate Cherry • Variegated leaves! Striped fruits! • Mini bell-shaped peppers • Can be eaten at any stage of ripeness • Height: 18-24” • Width: 12-18” • Breeder: PanAmerican Seed
  • 77. Pepper Chile Biquinho Red & Yellow • Unique shape, tart and tangy with a bit of heat, usually pickled • Biquinho (bee-Kee-nyo) means “little beak” in Portuguese • Height: 15-20” • Width: 15-20” • Breeder: Botanical Interests
  • 78. Pepper Dragonfly F1 • High yield, thick walls, beautiful purple color • Height: 24-36” • Width: 18-20” • NGB Member: AAS/Bejo Seeds
  • 79. Pepper Lilac Bell • Beautiful purple bell pepper • Starts yellow green then ages to purple and matures to red • Peppers are 4.5”h x 3.5”w • Height: 18-24” • Width: 12-15” • NGB Member: Seeds By Design
  • 80. Pepper Peppy Cornissimo • Seedless fruits! Outstanding thick walled peppers. • Grow in isolation to prevent seeds but even next to other peppers, the seeds are minimal or tiny. • Height: 36-48” • Width: 24-36” • Breeder: PanAmerican Seed
  • 81. Pepper Pot-a- Peño F1 • Very compact but still produces a great yield of jalapeno peppers • Height: 12-15” • Width: 12-15” • Perfect for small gardens and containers • NGB Member: AAS/PanAmerican Seed
  • 82. Pepper Samurai S10 • Bred to resist Bacterial leaf spot while still maturing early to mid- early, with high yields of extra-large fruits. Also high resistance to TMV. • Height: medium height • Breeder: Sakata
  • 83. Phormium Blondie • Ideal for brightening a shady spot • Bright variegated foliage and a unique weeping habit • Perfect for containers • Height: 1.5-2’ • Width: 3-4’ • Zone 8b-10b • Breeder: Plant Development Services, Inc.
  • 84. Petunia Bee’s Knees • Vivid, eye-catching yellow petunia, does not fade. • Low maintenance • Height: 8-10” mounding • Width: Up to 24” • Breeder: AAS/Ball FloraPlant
  • 85. Petunia E3 Easy Wave • 6 Colors: • Blue, Coral, Pink Cosmo • Pink, Red, Sky Blue • The next generation of Wave petunias – fewer grower inputs mean earlier flowers for gardeners • Height: 6-12” • Width: 25-32” • Breeder: PanAmerican Seed
  • 86. Petunia Fun House ™ Potpourri • Dynamic petunias with unique flower colors and patterns • Create attention-getting variety • Height: 10-14” • Width: 18-22” • Breeder: Syngenta Flowers
  • 87. Petunia Garden Party • Large 3” splashy flowers on mounding plants. • Scarlet, lavender, rose and coral pink • Height: 10-15” • Width: 10-12” • Breeder: Botanical Interests
  • 88. Petunia Headliner™ Enchanted Sky • Medium-vigor, mounded petunia in new pattern (stripes and spots) • Height: 10-16” • Width: 20-30” • Breeder: Selecta
  • 89. • Beautiful new designer color • Compact grandiflora petunia • Height: 8-10” • Breeder: Hem Genetics Petunia Limbo GP Yellow Lime
  • 90. • Exceptional garden performance • Self-cleaning, non-sticky • Height: 14-28” • Width: 14-32” • Breeder: Sakata Ornamentals Petunia SuperCal Premium Sunset Orange
  • 91. Petunia Surfinia® Heavenly Cabernet • Dark burgundy color with dark throat • Semi-trailing, mounding • Height: 8-12” • Width: 12-18” • Breeder: Suntory
  • 92. Petunia Surfinia® XXL Taffy Pink • HUGE pink Grandiflora blooms • Height: 10-12” • Width: 18-24” • Breeder: Suntory
  • 93. Phlox Backlight • Highly sought after pure white flowers. Mildew resistant. Great for a moonlight garden! • Height: 2-30” • Width: 20-24” • Zone: 3-8 • Breeder: Walters Gardens
  • 94. Ptilotus Joey Improved • Large (3-4”) conical fuzzy spikes with silver-green foliage • More blooms, better branching • Unique, eye-catching plant • Great in combos • Height: 12-15” • Breeder: Benary
  • 95. Pyrrosia Jurassic ™ Brontosaurus Tongue • Great for rock gardens, woodland areas and in containers • Very drought tolerant • Great specimen plant • Height: 1’ tall and wide • Zone 8-11 • Breeder: Monrovia
  • 96. • Substantial, crunchy microgreens • Very fast growing • Great purple color • Breeder: Seeds By Design Radish Sango
  • 97. Rose Blushing Drift® • Excellent disease resistance • Compact size with small petaled blooms • Height: 18” • Width: 36” • Zone 4-11 • Breeder: Star Roses
  • 98. Rose Fiesta Veranda® • Strong, bright color • Contrasts against dark green foliage • Low hedge or in containers • Height: 3.5-4’ • Width:2-3’ • Zone 5-11 • Breeder: Star Roses
  • 99. Rose Pink Sunblaze® • Easy to grow, bloom all season • Two tone flowers • Good disease resistance • Height: 18” (compact) • Width: 18” • Zone 5-11 • Breeder: Star Roses
  • 100. Rose It’s A Breeze™ Red • Heat tolerant and extremely disease resistant, groundcover rose • Height: 2.5-3’ (semi-compact) • Width:3-4’ • Zone 4a-11b • Breeder: Plant Development Services, Inc./Southern Living/Sunset
  • 101. Salvia BODACIOUS® Hummingbird Falls • First salvia guaranitica bred for hanging baskets • Gorgeous dark blue flowers with black calyx • Height: 12-24” • Width: 18-36” • If perennial, zone hardiness • Breeder: Plant Haven/Dümmen Orange
  • 102. Salvia nemorosa Dark Matter™ • Early and uniform blooms, reblooms all summer long • Height: 17-20” • Width: 20-22” • Zones 4-9 • Breeder: Danziger
  • 103. Sedum Back In Black • Near black leaves all summer, blooms with creamy petals and red centers later in the year • Height: 20-24” • Width: 26-30” • Zone 3-9 • Breeder: Walters Gardens
  • 104. Sedum Evolution ™ Purple Crush • Ideal for waterwise gardens • Dense, good basal branching • Pink summer flowers • Height: 12-18” • Width: 12-15” • Zone 4-9 • Breeder: Monrovia
  • 105. Snapdragon Snappy Rose Flame F1 • Dwarf series with strong basal branching • Beautiful pink rose blooms • Very uniform • Height: 8-10” • Width: 12” • Breeder: Hem Genetics
  • 106. • 5 Colors: • Yellow • Rose • White • Scarlet • Pink • Larger flowers on dwarf plants • Very low maintenance • Breeder: American Takii Snapdragon Statement
  • 107. Squash Goldilocks F1 • Vigorous, healthy plants produce acorn squash with a rich, nutty flavor • Can be used as an indoor ornamental • Height: 30” • Width: 4-5’ • NGB Member: AAS
  • 108. Sunflower Concert Bell F1 • Unique flower presentation of multiple blooms on one erect columnar stem • Height: 5-6’ • Bloom size: 5-6” • NGB Member: AAS
  • 109. Tecomaria Cape Town™ series • Breakthrough in cape honeysuckle breeding • Bushy plants for smaller spaces • Bloom through winter in frost free climates • Height: 4-5’ • Width: 3’ • Zone 9a – 11b • Breeder: Plant Development Services, Inc./Southern Living/Sunset
  • 110. Tomato Better Boy Plus F1 • An even better Better Boy • More flavor, disease resistance and adaptability • Height: 36+” tall • Breeder: Seminis Home Garden
  • 111. Tomato Big Beef Plus F1 • Better flavor, more adaptability, more disease resistance • Deeper red color & higher yield • Height: 36+” tall (indeterminate) • Breeder: Seminis Home Garden
  • 112. Tomato Celebrity Plus F1 • Everything you love about the original Celebrity plus more! • Resistant to Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus • Widely adaptable • Height: 36+” tall (Indeterminate) • Breeder: Seminis Home Garden
  • 113. Tomato Lemon Boy Plus F1 • All the qualities of Lemon Boy plus added flavor and disease resistance. • Height: Over 36” tall (indeterminate) • Matures in 75 days from transplant • Breeder: Seminis Home Garden
  • 114. Tomato Braveheart F1 • Hybrid favorite! 1 oz. cherry tomato. Sweet and juicy fruits. • Indeterminate • Height: Tall (over 5’) • 60 days to maturity from transplant • Breeder: Sakata
  • 115. Tomato Kitchen Mini Red Velvet F1 • Part of Kitchen Minis collection • Can be grown indoors in sunny spot or outdoors in containers • Height: 6-8” (very compact!) • Width: 6-8” • Breeder: PanAmerican Seed
  • 116. Tomato Frosted Green Doctors F1 • Gorgeous green cherry tomato • Both sweet and tart • Combination of bright and frosted fruits on one plant • Height: 36”+ (Indeterminate) • NGB Member: Seeds By Design
  • 117. Tomato Brad’s Atomic Grape F1 • Unique, elongated sweet cherry tomatoes are lavender and purple striped when immature, turning to green and red stripes when mature • Height: 36”+ (Indeterminate) • NGB Member: Seeds By Design
  • 118. Tomato Grinch Green Dwarf F1 • Don’t judge a tomato by its name! • Very sweet and delicious • Pear shaped, green skin and flesh • Height: 36”+ (Indeterminate) • NGB Member: Seeds By Design
  • 119. Tomato Sun Dried Cherry F1 • Perfect red cherry tomato to make your own sun-dried tomatoes! • Clusters of round 1” fruits • Height: 36”+ (Indeterminate) • Heat, rain and wind resistant • NGB Member: Seeds By Design
  • 120. Tomato Marzito F1 • Elongated, mini Marzano tomato, excellent disease resistance • Versatile for eating fresh or cooking or preserving • Height: 60-84” (Staking required) • Width: 36-48” • Breeder: PanAmerican Seed
  • 121. Tomato Red Snapper F1 • Very easy to grow, many disease resistances, good fruit set in high heat areas. • Determinate • Height: 24-36” • Mature in 70 days from transplant • Breeder: Sakata
  • 122. Tomato Mountain Man F1 • Excellent yield, large beefsteak fruits • Resistant to TSWV • Good for containers • Height: Determinate • Breeder: Syngenta
  • 123. Tomato Pink Delicious F1 • Early maturing, heirloom look With improved disease resistances • High Brix for sweetness • Height: 6’ • Fruit weight: 11 ounces • NGB Member: AAS/Bayer/Seminis
  • 124. Tomato Purple Zebra F1 • Striped tomato with complex rich flavors & great disease resistance • Sweet yet acidic taste • Height: 5-6’ • Width: 24” • NGB Member: AAS/A.P. Whaley Seeds
  • 125. Tomato Sunset Torch F1 • Strong dramatic striping on an early tomato • Mildly sweet, fruity flavor with good disease resistance • Height: 5-6’ • Width: 24” • NGB Member: AAS/A.P. Whaley Seeds
  • 126. • Elongated reddish brown fruits • Very sweet, high Brix 13% • ‘Sun dried’ tomatoes right from the vine! (2 weeks after ripe) • Breeder: Pure Line Seeds Tomato Tutti-Frutti™ Deep Red Desire Raisin F1
  • 127. • Early, indeterminate • Firm, glossy, great for pastes and sauces • Not prone to cracking or BER • Breeder: Pure Line Seeds Tomato Rugby F1
  • 128. Torenia Hi-Lite ™ Mix • Brightest on the block! • Multi-branched • Perform well in high heat and humidity • Height: 6-8” mounding • Breeder: Syngenta Flowers
  • 129. Torenia Vertigo Deep Blue F1 • Vibrant non-fading blue petals • Excellent performance in Mountain/Southwest region • Compact habit • Height: 12” mounding • NGB Member: AAS
  • 130. Verbena Vectura Blue Wing • Bright new bicolor verbena has slightly larger flowers • Early to bloom • Height: 6-8” • Width: 18-24” • Breeder: Benary+
  • 131. Vinca Cora® Cascade Apricot Imp • Only trailing vinca with high resistance to aerial Phytophthora • Height: 6-8” mounding • Zone 9-11 • Breeder: Syngenta Flowers
  • 132. Watermelon Century Star F1 • Seedless, star-studded watermelon • Easy to grow 10 lb. fruits • 2-3 fruits per plant • Width: 9-11’ vines • NGB Member: AAS
  • 133. Watermelon Red Amber F1 • Seedless, crimson striped melon • Easy to grow, matures at about 16 pounds • Height: Under 12” • Width: 6’ vines • Breeder: Vitalis Organic Seeds
  • 134. Watermelon Sweetie Pie F1 • Large 13 lb. sugar baby type melon • Knock-out flavor, slightly crunchy, sweet and very juicy • Height: 12-18” tall • 6’ vines • Matures in 75 days from transplant • Breeder: Sakata
  • 135. Zinnia Profusion Red Yellow Bicolor • Beautiful yellow flowers with red centers that morph into shades of peach and salmon as they age • Height: 8-14” • Width: 12-15” • Heat, rain and wind resistant • NGB Member: AAS/Sakata
  • 136. • Covered with double blooms! • Disease resistance • Height: 14-18” • Width: 20-24” • Breeder: Sakata Ornamentals Zinnia Profusion Double Red
  • 138. Thank you! Come back this fall for Part 2! Many of these varieties have online links for where to buy. Or, ask for these new varieties at your favorite garden retailer. www.ngb.org