2013 National Garden Bureau Member's New Varieties-flowers


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2013 National Garden Bureau Member's New Varieties-flowers

  1. 1. •Perennial zone 8•Fleuroselect Gold Medal Winner•Deep indigo 3-inch spikes•Fragrant blooms from late spring to frost•Long flowering, disease-resistant, hardy•Highly versatile - patio pots, containers,borders, landscape “en masse” plantings•Agastache hybrida
  2. 2. •Adds height and interest toflowerbed borders and containers•Long-lasting fresh colors•Very little maintenance•Deer and rabbit resistant•Angelonia angustifolia
  3. 3. •Vigorous spreading/mounding habitideal for containers, baskets and beds•Thrives in sunny or shady spots•Tolerates high heat and humidity•Self-cleaning no deadheading needed•Begonia x hybrida
  4. 4. •Vigorous trailing begonia perfect forlarge-size hanging baskets•Large light yellow blooms brighten upthe shade!•Easy to grow - little maintenancekeeps it blooming summer through fall•Begonia boliviensis
  5. 5. •Tough-as-nails plant can tolerateextreme weather conditions•Perfect for landscapes, hangingbaskets or containers•Full, lush looking plant is loaded withflowers all season long•Begonia boliviensis
  6. 6. •Dazzling tangerine flowers shoot outfrom bronze foliage•Great choice for shady garden areas•Maintenance free for easy gardening•Blooms early spring until frost•Begonia hybrida
  7. 7. •Fragrant flowering bush attracts allpollinators to your garden•Adds color to landscape borders andlarge containers summer until frost•Hardy to USDA zone 5•Buddleia hybrid
  8. 8. •Ideal companion for pansy and violain spring and fall•Prefers cool sunny spots in gardenbeds or containers•Add edible petals to brighten salads•2 to 3-inch blooms attract pollinators•Calendula officinalis
  9. 9. •True double flowers add upscale look•Trailing habit ideal for hangingbaskets, low edging, or containers•Annual blooms late spring to frost•Self-cleaning, no deadheading needed•Calibrachoa cultivars
  10. 10. •Large bell shaped flowers•Available in either lilac or blue•Annual - flowers all summer•Compact, medium height containerplant or as a houseplant•Campanula medium
  11. 11. •Award winning first F1 canna from seedadds a tropical touch to your garden•Floriferous bloomer with showy 4-inchscarlet flowers all summer long•Robust flower-laden 4-5 foot tallspecimen plant or tall focal point•Canna generalis
  12. 12. •Vibrant color on spiky blooms addstexture to mixed containers•Versatile plant for patio pots,landscapes, or as a pot plant indoors•Low-maintenance plant with highappeal, performs great in full-sun•Celosia caracus
  13. 13. •Unique color for Cosmos with dark rubyred flowers maturing to deep rose•Gorgeous in flower beds and borders•Height 24-32” tall with a 14-20” spread•Performs well in heat, rain and wind•Attracts helpful bees and butterflies•Cosmos bipinnatus
  14. 14. •Stylish and elegant, adds fragrance tocontainers and flower beds•More compact habit with long, strongstraight stems great for cutting gardens•Loves cool-season weather with coldand frost tolerance•Dianthus barbatus
  15. 15. •Forms masses of large blooms on alow growing plant•Mix of three unique „Diana Picotee‟colors: Crimson, Scarlet and Lavender•Excellent as a low edging or mediumheight divider in the garden•Dianthus chinensis
  16. 16. •Enjoy more days of vibrant color•Flushes early in spring, blooms lateinto summer, and flushes again in fall•Zone 4 cold hardy annual with thehardiness of a perennial•Dianthus interspecific
  17. 17. •Beautiful perennial heirloom withunique lacy flower petals•Sweet intoxicating fragrance•Heavily fringed flowers in white, pink,lilac, and rose, some bi-colored or withcontrasting eyes or rings•Dianthus hybridus
  18. 18. •New interspecific hybrid with a dwarfand strong branching plant habit•Exceptionally good garden performerblooms summer to frost•Cold, heat, drought, rain, frost, andwind tolerant bushy upright plants•Dianthus interspecific hybrid
  19. 19. •Award winning stunning first-yearflowering sturdy perennial•Delightful mix of colors from richpurple, red, orange tones to lighteryellows and creams and white•Mid-summer through fall bloomer•Echinacea hybrida
  20. 20. •Perennial with proven hardiness toZone 5 blooms late spring and summer•Compact plant with good branching•Adds bright color to cottage, perennialand butterfly gardens•Echinacea purpurea
  21. 21. •Vigorous mounding habit ideal forbaskets, large pots and landscape beds•Large semi-double flowers withstunning color late spring and summer•Blooms in full sun or part shade•A true heat lover•Pelargonium interspecific
  22. 22. •Extremely well-branched, vigorousmounding habit•Hanging baskets, large pots, and inlandscapes as a medium height divider•Large semi-double flowers bloom insun or part-shade locations•Pelargonium interspecific
  23. 23. •Horizon „Divas‟ have real Wow! factor•Subtle but striking bicolor flowers areblush white with rosy red•Perfect for bright sunny locations•Deadheading will keep it lookingclean and encourage more flowering•Pelargonium x hortorum
  24. 24. •Great climbing, trailing variety forhanging baskets, window boxes, patiopots, and as a ground cover on hillsides•It will also climb on your fence•In southern parts of USA, this annualstays in flower the whole year•Large 3- to 4-inch blooms•Pelargonium ivy
  25. 25. •Vibrant colored large doubleflowering umbrels of 4-6 inches•New series of ivies specifically bredfor heat tolerance•Blooms early spring through fall•Pelargonium peltatum
  26. 26. •Natural dwarf geranium which doesnot stretch•Profusion of large salmon flowerswith attractive dark leaves•Use in containers or as a low edging•Stays compact summer to frost•Pelargonium zonale
  27. 27. •Large salmon blooms with a whiteedge are very free flowering•Medium green foliage with a dark zone•Good garden performance in coolweather and in heat and humidity•Performs well in full sun to part shade•Pelargonium x hortorum
  28. 28. •Distinctive flower form and biggerupright, bushy plant habit•Blooms from early spring through fallin sun to part-sun garden location•Rich red/orange 4 to 5-inch blooms•Excellent as cut flower or house plant•Gerbera jamesonii hybrida
  29. 29. •Exciting addition to the „Royal‟ series•Primarily vibrant red with a ring ofwhite at the center of the flower•Upright plants bloom continuously•Garden container or houseplant•Gerbera jamesonii
  30. 30. •Stylish blooms with shades of redhighlighted by an inner ring of white•A non-stop bloomer with a color showthat doesn‟t quit•Compact plant to be enjoyed as ahouseplant or to brighten up a patio•Gerbera jamesonii
  31. 31. •Color so vivid it practically pulsates•Large brilliantly colored flowers thatrise just above the plant•Superior blooming habit producing aconstant supply of new blooms•Sunny container or houseplant•Gerbera jamesonii
  32. 32. •Jewel-like red flowers continue togreet you week after week•Compact plant for sunny containersor as a houseplant•Ideal hostess gift or something to liftyour spirits•Deadheading recommended•Gerbera jamesonii
  33. 33. •Native plant from American prairies•Winter-hardy USDA Zone 4 perennial•Free-flowering all summer long•Luminous bicolor of white and yellow•Pollinator friendly 10-inch tall plants•Heliomeris multiflora
  34. 34. • Vibrant tri-color “cosmic” coloredblooms shimmer in the shade•Brightens shady garden spaces withnon-stop flowers from spring to frost•Gorgeous colorful low-maintenancehanging baskets, containers or edgings•Impatiens walleriana
  35. 35. •Can grow up to 36 inches in heightand width in full to partial sun•Takes the heat and humidity and keepson blooming•Dense plants are covered with bloomsfrom spring through a few light frosts•Impatiens x hybrid hort
  36. 36. •Large vibrantly colored oval shapedpeppers are held above compact plants•Trendy, stylish and colorful•Available in several colors: deeporange, light orange, red, yellow,multicolor orange and multicolor red•Excellent in containers or as houseplant•Capsicum annuum
  37. 37. •Blooms from early spring until frost•Stands out for its large flowers andhigher vigor than market comparisons•Great for patio planters, garden bedsand as a divider•Osteospermum ecklonis
  38. 38. •A stand-out for its larger flowers andhigher vigor than comparisons•Blooms early spring until frost•Full sun to partial sun garden location•Annual hardy to zone 10•Osteospermum ecklonis
  39. 39. •Easy care and vibrant color in springand fall•Plants will overwinter through Zone 5and be the first pop of color in Spring•Spreads and trails over containers andhanging baskets and as a ground cover•Viola wittrockiana
  40. 40. •Large pansy flowers•Extremely trailing and floriferous•Unique “spills” for containers andhanging baskets•Vigorous, well-branching habit•Pansy wittrockiana hybrida
  41. 41. •Petchoa is a wonderful combination ofpetunia and calibrachoa traits•Large 3” uniquely colored blooms aresure to brighten up a porch or patio•Plants hold up very well in all types ofweather including the heat!•Performs well early spring through fall•Petchoa hybrid
  42. 42. •Loaded with dainty flowers that tophighly-branched, spreading plants•Extra-early flowering, even undershort days•Containers and hanging baskets•Pollinator friendly•Petunia hybrida milliflora
  43. 43. •Vibrant, deep purple blooms bring highimpact to your patio pots and baskets•Mounded, spreading plants keep classyappearance through heat, rain, windand light frosts•Height 7-10 inches, 30-36” spread•Petunia hybrida
  44. 44. •Bring a zing of lime to your garden withthese big, splashy 3-4” blooms•Excellent specimen plant for gardens,baskets and containers•Upright 10-15” tall with 10-12” spread•Plant will tolerate heat•Petunia hybrida
  45. 45. •Upright growing and aggressive•Makes tons of flowers on plants thatlend themselves to trellis production•The only petunia on the market thatcan grow this way•Blooms summer to frost•Petunia x hybrida
  46. 46. •Unique dome shape and flowerpower will wow you•Excellent performer in containers, inbaskets and in the garden•Will spread up to 30-36 inches whenplanted in the ground•Petunia x hybrida
  47. 47. •Available in 4 colors•Thrives in a warm shaded area, insidethe house or outside in the garden•Much more compact habit and smallerleaves than older varieties•Less susceptible to diseases•Streptocarpus x hybridus
  48. 48. •Attention getting Burpee prize winner•Dazzling flame type sunflower willkeep your vases ablaze with color•Showy 6-inch blooms•5-6 foot tall pollinator friendly plant•Requires a sunny garden spot•Helianthus annuus
  49. 49. •Vibrant golden yellow-orange petalssurround the rich dark chocolate center•Enjoy as a cut flower or to add heightin sunny garden beds and containers•Bright 5-inch blooms attract butterflies•Tall sturdy plants are wind tolerant•Helianthus annuus
  50. 50. •New series of trailing snapdragonavailable in 5 bright colors•Great choice for hanging baskets orcontainers in the spring or fall•Pollinator friendly full sun annual•Antirrhinum majus namum pendula
  51. 51. •Dwarf bush type sweet pea•Sweet scented blooms•Flowers abundantly•Ideal for container gardening•Attracts all pollinators•Lathyrus odoratus
  52. 52. •Striking candy cane colored flowerswith a distinctive star pattern•Available in a wide color assortment•“Best in Class” garden performance•Exceptional powdery mildew resistance•Verbena hybrida
  53. 53. •Withstands temperatures down to 14 F•Vibrant, prolific bloomer•Enjoy cheery red color in spring and fallcontainers and gardens•Edible ornamental•Viola cornuta
  54. 54. •Amazing blue color must be seen inperson to believe•Ideal for early spring and late fall as itwithstands temperatures down to 14 F•Edible ornamental•Viola cornuta
  55. 55. •Something new to grow alongsidepansies and violas in fall and spring•Survives the winter down to zone 5•Available in yellow, primrose andpurple bicolor, plus a mix with red•Sweetly scented blooms•Cheiranthus cheiri