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All-America Selections
All-America Selections National and Regional Winners have been tested for garden performance by a panel of expert judges.The AAS Winners offer gardeners reliable new varieties that have proven their superior garden performance in Trial Grounds across North America, thus, their tagline of "Tested Nationally and Proven Locally®".

When you purchase an AAS Winner, you know that it has been put through its paces by an independent, neutral trialing organization and has been judged by experts in their field. The AAS Winner label is like a stamp of approval. And by requirement, all AAS Winners are bred or produced without using genetic engineering, commonly referred to as genetic modification or GMO.

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Botanical Name
Cultivar
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Canterbury Bells Campanula medium
1. Mix
Rose, white or blue, cup shaped flowers with a saucer-like base. 1933   Click to display Biennial 24"-36" 20" 4-9 4" Green
Summer Squash Cucurbita pepo
2. Early Prolific Straightneck
  1938 7D-North Click to display n/a n/a n/a 24" n/a Flat (48-Count)
Hollyhock Alcea rosea
3. Indian Spring
Old-fashioned single flowers are 3-5" across and attract hummingbirds and butterlies to the garden. Biennial or short-lived perennial. Flowers are edible! 1939 6B-North Click to display Biennial 5'-7' 24"-36" 4-9 4" Green
Okra Okra
4. Clemson Spineless
High yields of spineless, dark green pods with excellent flavor. Traditional favorite for adding to soups, stew, or chicken gumbo. 1939   Click to display n/a n/a 48" 10" n/a 4" Green
Pepper (Sweet Hungarian) Capsicum annuum
5. Sweet Banana
A profuse bearer of long, sweet peppers that mature from yellow, orange, nd then to crimson red. Excellent for pickling, frying, or fresh in salads. 1941 7D-North Click to display n/a n/a n/a 18"-24" n/a Flat (48-Count)
Lima Beans (Bush) Lima Beans (Bush)
6. Fordhook
Bush varieties mature earlier than pole limas and don't need support. Heat-resistant plants thrive in adverse conditions. Heavy yields of 4" pods, with 3-4 large... 1945   Click to display n/a n/a n/a 3"-4" n/a Flat (48-Count)
Columbine Aquilegia 
7. McKana Hybrids
The 'McKana' hybrid provides a lovely mix of fresh colors, both in the garden and in a vase. Colors include blue/white, pink/white, and red/yellow, with... 1955   Click to display 24"-30" 18"-24" 3-9 4" Green
Brussels Sprouts Brassica oleracea
8. Jade Cross E
Plant produces high yields of solid 1 ˝" deep green brussels sprouts. Compact plants has less subject to wind damage and can be sown later... 1959   Click to display n/a n/a 30"-32" n/a n/a Flat (48-Count)
Snapdragon Antirrhinum majus
9. Rocket™ Red
Vigorous, heat-tolerant plants reach a uniform height and are topped by excellent-quality, closely set blooms in a comprehensive array of colors. Planting early, the home... 1960 9D-South Click to display 30"-36" 14"-18" n/a Flat (48-Count)
10. Rocket™ Rose
Tall snapdragons that are great for landscape color and cutflowers. 1960   Click to display 30"-36" 14"-18" n/a Flat (48-Count)
11. Rocket™ Rose Shade
Vigorous, heat-tolerant plants reach a uniform height and are topped by excellent-quality, closely set blooms in a comprehensive array of colors. Planting early, the home... 1960   Click to display 30"-36" 14"-18" n/a Flat (48-Count)
Delphinium Delphinium belladonna
12. Connecticut Yankee
Heavy blooming bush-type plant. Mixed flower colors. June and possibly again in September. Use for borders, cutting, beds. 1963   Click to display 30"-36" 18"-24" 3-8 4" Green
Lettuce (Bibb) Lactuca sativa
13. Buttercrunch
Forms a small, open but tightly bunched, 6" rosette that is fan-shaped rather than round. The leaves are dark green, and the small, compact hearts... 1963 7D-South Click to display n/a n/a   9"-15" 6"-8" n/a Flat (48-Count)
Foxglove Digitalis
14. Foxy
  1967   Click to display n/a n/a Biennial 36"-36" 18" n/a 4" Green
Marigold (African Double) Tagetes erecta
15. First Lady
This standard for taller African marigolds makes outstanding mass plantings. Lady produces very strong stems and a neat, tidy habit. An abundance of fully double,... 1968 10D-North Click to display 18"-20" 8"-10" n/a Flat (48-Count)
Vinca Catharanthus roseus
16. Titan™ Polka Dot
Titan makes a very large plant covered by the biggest blooms on the market, in the most vivid, popular colors. A vigorous grower even in... 1969   Click to display 14"-16" 10"-14" n/a Flat (48-Count)
Butternut Squash Cucurbita moschata
17. Waltham
Butternut winter squash has a distinctive tan color, stores all winter, and tastes delicious made into "pumpkin" pie. 1970 7D-North Click to display n/a n/a n/a 48" n/a Flat (48-Count)
Hollyhock Alcea rosea
18. Summer Carnival Mix
Old-fashioned double flowers attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Reliable blooming, even as young plants. Biennial or short-lived perennial, allow to reseed. Flowers are produced lower on... 1972 6C-North Click to display Biennial 48"-6' 24"-36" 3-9 4" Green
Acorn Squash Cucurbita pepo
19. Table King Bush
Winter squash can be stored for eating all winter long. Delicious when halved and baked with butter and maple syrup. 1974 7D-North Click to display n/a n/a n/a n/a 8-10 Flat (48-Count)
Broccoli Broccoli
20. Premium Crop
Premium Crop Hybrid Broccoli holds mild flavor when hot, dry weather causes others to taste "strong" or bitter. Tall, upright plant produces bright blue-green domes... 1975   Click to display n/a n/a n/a 18" 8-10 Flat (48-Count)
Cauliflower Cauliflower
21. Snow Crown
Very early, pure white heads up to 2 lbs. Try raw with dips or broken into salads. Tie outer leaves over developing heads to prevent... 1975 7D-South Click to display n/a n/a n/a 18" n/a Flat (48-Count)
Sugar Snap Peas Sugar Snap Peas
22. Sugar Snap Peas
A triple-purpose variety which can be used as a snow pea (pod and all) when yound, as a snap pea, or regular shell pea when... 1979 7D-North Click to display n/a n/a n/a 5" n/a Flat (48-Count)
Petunia (Grandiflora) Petunia x hybrida
23. Dreams™ Red Picotee
Large, fragrant flowers. Ideal for flower or hummingbird gardens and containers. 1983 10D-South Click to display 10"-15" 10"-14" n/a Flat (48-Count)
Tomato Lycopersicon esculentum
24. Celebrity
All-America Winner. All-purpose variety with superb flavor, disease resistance and heavy yield on determinate plants. Crack-resistant fruits average 7 oz. 1984 7D-South Click to display n/a n/a n/a 24"-36" n/a Flat (48-Count)
Basil Ocimum basilicum 
25. Purple Ruffles
Stunning foliage and attractive pink flowers are pretty in the herb or flower garden. Aromatic leaves add a spicy flavor to sauces, salads and meat... 1987   Click to display 18"-26" 18"-24" n/a 4" Green
Petunia (Double) Petunia (Grandiflora)
26. Pirouette Purple
Striking flowers, beautiful in the garden or mixed containers. 1987 10D-South Click to display 14"-16" 12"-15" n/a Flat (48-Count)
Cockscomb Celosia plumosa
27. New Look®
Dark, bronze foliage is set off by bright red, long lasting flower plumes. 1988 8D-South Click to display n/a 12"-14" 10"-12" n/a Flat (48-Count)
Shasta Daisy Leucanthemum superbum 
28. Snow Lady
This popular dwarf plant produces numerous bright white flowers all summer. 1988 6C-South Click to display 10"-12" 12" 4-9 4" Green
Petunia Petunia (Grandiflora) 
29. Daddy™ Orchid
A constant supply of very large, plum purple flowers with darker veins all summer. 1989 10D-South Click to display 15"-15" 9" 9-10 Flat (48-Count)
Tickseed Coreopsis grandiflora
30. Early Sunrise
A profusion of brilliant golden-yellow, semi-double flowers, each flushed orange-yellow in the center, bring unbeatable color to perennial and cottage gardens. This is one of... 1989 5D-South Click to display 18"-18" 15"-24" 4-9 4" Green
Yarrow Achillea millefolium
31. Summer Pastels
This delightful mixture offers a rich blend of soft shades, from white to peach to lavender and rose. They look great together, and their gentle... 1990 6C-S; 11C-S Click to display 18"-27" 18"-23" 3-10 4" Green
Pinks Dianthus chinensis x barbatus
32. Ideal Select™ Violet
Pinks in the Ideal Select series are crosses between China pinks (Dianthus chinensis) and sweet William (Dianthus barbatus). Dense clusters of small violet-colored flowers with... 1992 8D-South Click to display 8"-10" 8"-10" 6-10 Flat (48-Count)
Salvia Salvia coccinea 
33. Lady in Red
Award-winning variety with dazzling spires of scarlet red flowers until frost. 1992   Click to display 15"-15" 12" n/a Flat (48-Count)
Cup Flower Nierembergia
34. Mont Blanc
An extra-dwarf, spreading plant with small white star-shaped flowers. 1993   Click to display 4"-5" 12" 7-10 4" Green
Tomato Lycopersicon esculentum
35. Husky Gold
  1993   Click to display n/a n/a n/a 24"-36" n/a Flat (48-Count)
Verbena Verbena speciosa 
36. Imagination
Valued for its rich, violet-blue flower clusters and lacy foliage. Blooms until frost. Dense plants are great as groundcovers on slopes and banks, as well... 1993 9D-South Click to display 12"-20" 12"-24" n/a Flat (48-Count)
Lavender (English) Lavandula angustifolia 
37. Lady
Wonderfully aromatic flowers and leaves, striking in the herb or flower garden. Attracts butterflies. Dried flowers and leaves are prized for potpourri, sachets or crafts.... 1994   Click to display 10"-18" 18" 5-9 4" Green
Black-eyed Susan, Gloriosa Daisy Rudbeckia hirta
38. Indian Summer
Huge showy flowers bloom all summer. Stunning in butterfly or flower gardens and lovely kn bouquets. Grown as an annual or short-lived perennial; will reseed. 1995   Click to display 36"-42" 24" 4-10 4" Green
Petunia (Spreading) Petunia x hybrida 
39. Wave™ Purple
Creates a ground-hugging carpet of purple! This series is the lowest growing in the Ride The Wave™ family. It also spreads out, making a beautiful... 1995 2C-South Click to display 4"-6" 12"-18" 9-10 6-pack
Petunia Petunia (Milliflora) 
40. Fantasy™ Pink Morn
This unique petunia features smaller 1" flowers and dramatically dwarfed habit compared to the standard petunias we are all accustomed to. The mini habit covered... 1996   Click to display 8"-10" 9" 9-10 Flat (48-Count)
Sage (Mealycup) Salvia farinacea
41. Strata
Refreshing bicolor blue and white flowers. Good in beds, borders, cut or dried. 1996   Click to display 12"-14" 12" n/a Flat (48-Count)
Cabbage Brassica oleracea
42. Dynamo
Tasty, single-meal-sized heads resist disease and weather damage. 1997   Click to display n/a n/a n/a 18" n/a Flat (48-Count)
Cockscomb Celosia cristata
43. Prestige Scarlet
Unusually abundant flowers on tidy, well-branched plants. Superb cut or dried. 1997   Click to display 10" 24" n/a Flat (48-Count)
Petunia Petunia (Grandiflora) 
44. Prism Sunshine
This award-winning variety has been judged the best yellow flowering petunia in its class. 1998 10D-South Click to display 10"-12" 9" 9-10 Flat (48-Count)
Swiss Chard Swiss Chard
45. Bright Lights
These brilliantly-colored stems are so beautiful that you may forget to harvest the succulent, sweet leaves! Electric yellows, pinks, crimsons, oranges, purples, whites, and greens... 1998   Click to display n/a 20" 6"-8" n/a 4" Green
Marigold (French Dwarf) Tagetes patula
46. Bonanza Bolero
The market leader in crested French marigolds, the Bonanza series is noted for its earliness, large flowers, uniformity and superior performance under a wide range... 1999   Click to display 10"-12" 9" n/a Flat (48-Count)
Moss Rose Portulaca oleracea
47. Sundial™ Peach
  1999   Click to display n/a 4"-5" 12"-15" 9-11 Flat (48-Count)
Red Hot Poker Kniphofia uvaria 
48. Flamenco
Tall spikes of spectacular flowers bloom in a mix of hot colors including red, yellow and orange. Superb as cut flowers. 1999 6D-North Click to display 24"-30" 18"-24" n/a 4" Green
Verbena Verbena hybrid 
49. Quartz™ Burgundy
Quartz verbenas are strong garden performers, with good uniformity in germination and flowering time, and proven mildew tolerance. Spreading, mounded plants display huge umbels of... 1999   Click to display 10"-12" 10"-14" n/a Flat (48-Count)
Zinnia Zinnia hybrida
50. Profusion™ Cherry
Bright flowers attract butterflies to the garden. Robust, heat-tolerant plants. 1999   Click to display 12"-18" 14"-16" n/a 4" Green
51. Profusion™ Orange
Bright flowers attract butterflies to the garden. Robust, heat-tolerant plants. 1999 4C-North Click to display 12"-18" 14"-16" n/a 4" Green
Sunflower Helianthus annuus
52. Soraya
Soraya is the first sunflower in AAS history to earn an AAS Award. One of the distinct qualities is orange petals - most sunflowers have... 2000 n/a Click to display 5'-6' 18"-24" n/a 4" Green
Vinca Catharanthus roseus
53. Stardust Orchid
Easy to grow with large, early flowers. Each bloom is highlighted by a large, star-shaped, white eye surrounded by bright orchid. 2000   Click to display 10"-12" 6"-10" n/a Flat (48-Count)
Lisianthus Eustoma grandiflorum
54. Forever Blue
The indeterminate flowering habit of the series means that they continue to grow and flower all season long. They have excellent garden vigour and heat... 2001   Click to display 8"-10" 6"-10" n/a 4˝" White
Pepper (Sweet Bell) Capsicum annuum
55. Giant Marconi
A giant among Italian grilling Peppers in flavor and size, this variety is tasty raw but transforms to a whole new level of smoky sweetness... 2001   Click to display n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a Unknown
Sunflower Helianthus annuus
56. Ring of Fire
Decidedly different from other sunflowers, 'Ring of Fire' stands out in a crowd of plain gold or yellow flowers. 'Ring of Fire' is a 5”... 2001   Click to display n/a n/a   42"-48" 18"-24" n/a 4" Green
Zinnia Zinnia hybrida
57. Profusion™ White
These bushy plants, 12" high and 15" wide, are simply smothered nonstop all season with cheerful, 2" daisy-formed blooms of freshest white (with frilly yellow... 2001   Click to display 12"-15" 14"-16" n/a 4" Green
Black-eyed Susan, Gloriosa Daisy Rudbeckia hirta 
58. Cherokee Sunset
Brilliant blend of bronze, mahogany, orange, & yellow shades on double & semi-double blooms. 2002   Click to display 24"-30" 12" 4-10 4" Green
Geranium (Seed) Pelargonium x hortorum
59. Black Velvet Rose
  2002   Click to display n/a n/a 10"-10" 14"-16" n/a 4" Green
Pepper (Ornamental) Capsicum annuum
60. Chilly Chili
This child-safe variety bears non-pungent fruit, making it ideal for indoor and outdoor use in both public and residential areas. The F1 vigour makes it... 2002 4C-North Click to display 9"-10" 12"-16" n/a 4" Green
Petunia (Spreading) Petunia (Hedgiflora) 
61. Tidal Wave™ Silver
This All-America Selections and Fleuroselect Quality Mark winner is a great addition to the Tidal Wave™ series. 2002   Click to display 16"-22" 12"-24" 9-10 4˝" White
Petunia x hybrida 
62. Wave™ Lavender
Pretty lavender 2-3" blossoms form a rich flood of color. Spreads 3-4'. Great weather tolerance and vigor. Use as a groundcover or in beds, baskets... 2002   Click to display 4"-6" 12"-18" 9-10 6-pack
Spider Flower Cleome hassleriana
63. Sparkler Blush
This dwarf hybrid Spider Flower gives you armloads of blooms over a very long season on plants that don't exceed 4 feet tall! The butterflies... 2002 4C-North Click to display 36"-48" 24" n/a 4" Green
Black-eyed Susan, Gloriosa Daisy Rudbeckia hirta 
64. Prairie Sun
Brilliant flowers gro 5" wide and attract butterflies to your garden. Striking plants make a bold statement in the perennial garrden and are lovely planted... 2003   Click to display 36" 8"-24" 4-10 4" Green
Carnation Dianthus
65. Corona Cherry Magic
Large bicolor blooms in solid or picotee patterns of lavender and cherry. A beautiful choice for bedding, edging, or containers. 2003   Click to display 8"-10" 8"-12" 5-8 Flat (48-Count)
Dianthus caryophyllus
66. Can Can Scarlet
Strong, well branched plants produce many fragrant, bright red 2" blooms. 2003 5D-North Click to display 12"-14" 15" 4 4" Green
Hyssop Agastache
67. Golden Jubilee
Fragrant, long blooming blue flowers with gold foliage. Attracts hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees. 2003   Click to display 20" 18" 5-8 4" Green
Lisianthus Eustoma grandiflorum
68. Forever White
The indeterminate flowering habit of the series means that they continue to grow and flower all season long. They have excellent garden vigour and heat... 2003   Click to display 8"-10" 6"-10" n/a 4˝" White
Ornamental Millet Pennisetum glaucum 
69. Purple Majesty
Bold purple foliage and deep maroon 8-12" flower plumes make a dramatic addition to your garden or landscape. Striking in large containers, at the center... 2003 3D-South Click to display 48"-5' 24"-48" 9-11 4˝" White
Petunia Petunia 
70. Merlin Blue Morn
A striking display of bicolor flowers above neat, compact plants. Blooms maintain their fresh appearance even after heavy wind and rain. 2003 10D-South Click to display 10"-10" 9" 9-10 Flat (48-Count)
Petunia (Spreading) Petunia x hybrida 
71. Wave™ Blue
Beautiful blue 2-3" blossoms form a rich flood of color. Spreads 3-4'. Great weather tolerance and vigor. Use as a groundcover or in beds, baskets... 2003   Click to display 4"-6" 12"-18" 9-10 6-pack
Vinca Catharanthus roseus
72. Jaio Dark Red
  2003   Click to display n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a Flat (48-Count)
Cockscomb Celosia plumosa
73. Fresh Look Red
Feathery, bright red flower plumes fade to a nice rose color over time. Foliage covers faded flowers, then reblooms! 2004 8D-South Click to display 14"-20" 10"-16" n/a Flat (48-Count)
74. Fresh Look Yellow
Feathery, bright yellow flower plumes remain fresh in wind and rain all summer long. Foliage covers faded flowers, then reblooms! 2004 8D-South Click to display 14"-20" 10"-16" n/a Flat (48-Count)
Hollyhock Alcea rosea
75. Queeny Purple
This dwarf, upright variety displays double, purple blooms on short spikes all summer long. Excellent compact, branching habit. 2004   Click to display Biennial 20"-30" 12"-20" 2-8 4" Green
Petunia Petunia (Grandiflora) 
76. Limbo Violet
This compact, mound forming Petunia displays large, deep violet bloojms all summer long. Recovers nicely from wind and rain. 2004   Click to display 6"-7" 10"-20" 9-10 Flat (48-Count)
Blanket Flower Gaillardia aristata 
77. Arizona Sun
Compact, mounding plants produce vivid colored red, daisy-like blooms with yellow margins. Beautiful in summer bouquets - a very rewarding selection. 2005   Click to display 12" 12"-18" 2-10 4" Green
Tomato (Cherry) Lycopersicon esculentum
78. Sugary
Super-sweet flavor, a fun new shape, and huge, huge yields on plants that just keep growing up and up all season! 2005 7D-South Click to display n/a n/a 24"-36" 36"-48" n/a 4" Green
Vinca Catharanthus roseus
79. First Kiss Blueberry
  2005   Click to display n/a n/a 10"-10" 9" n/a Flat (48-Count)
Zinnia Zinnia elegans
80. Magellan™ Coral
Dwarf, uniform, fully double, large 5˝" flowers produced continuously 2005   Click to display 12"-14" 10"-12" n/a 4" Green
Carnation Dianthus
81. Supra Purple
Fringed flowers attract butterflies. Great for gardens, pots, cutting. 2006   Click to display 12" 8"-10" n/a 4" Green
Cilantro (Coriander) Coriandrum
82. Delfino
Unique fern-like foliage. Delayed flowering. Great in pots. 2006   Click to display n/a 20" 8"-12" 8 4" Green
Pepper (Hot) Capsicum annuum
83. Mariachi
'Mariachi' is named after the Mexican regional musical band that became popular in Jalisco, Mexico in the mid-1800's. Both the band and the pepper are... 2006   Click to display n/a n/a n/a 18"-24" n/a Flat (48-Count)
Pepper (Ornamental)
84. Black Pearl
This unique variety is the first black-leafed ornamental pepper on the market and an ideal choice for mixed containers. Bushy, upright and well-branched plants have... 2006   Click to display n/a n/a 13"-36" 10"-12" n/a 4" Green
Pepper (Sweet)
85. Carmen
'Carmen' is an improved sweet pepper with an unusual shape. 'Carmen' is an Italian bull's horn type which refers to its elongated shape, about 6... 2006 7D-North Click to display n/a n/a n/a 18"-24" n/a Flat (48-Count)
Sage (Mealycup) Salvia farinacea
86. Evolution
This is far and away the best Mealycup Sage ever grown, and it deserves a big planting in your sunniest garden spot! 'Evolution' really is... 2006 9D-South Click to display 16"-24" 12"-16" 8-11 Flat (48-Count)
Tobacco Plant Nicotiana
87. Perfume Deep Purple
Fragrant blooms attract butterflies and hummingbirds to containers, gardens. 2006 AAS Winner. 2006   Click to display 16"-18" 10"-12" n/a Flat (48-Count)
Zinnia Zinnia elegans
88. Zowie!™ Yellow Flame
Eye-catching blooms on sturdy stems are great for cutting. Easy to grow. 2006   Click to display 24"-29" 20"-24" n/a 4" Green
Petunia Petunia
89. Opera Supreme Pink Morn
Attracts hummingbirds. Ideal for gardens, baskets or pots. Spreads to 3'! 2007   Click to display 6"-10" 12" n/a 6-pack
Vinca Catharanthus roseus
90. Pacifica™ Burgundy
Very floriferous and well-branched, with large, fully rounded blooms that won’t show gaps when the temperatures rise. A terrific performer in hot and dry conditions.... 2007   Click to display 10"-14" 6"-10" n/a Flat (48-Count)
Eggplant Eggplant
91. Hansel
Best described as a miniature eggplant, ‘Hansel’ is a smaller-sized plant with finger-sized clusters of fruit. Just because of its smaller size, don’t make the... 2008 7D-South Click to display n/a n/a 36" 30" n/a 4" Green
Viola Viola cornuta
92. Skippy XL Plum Gold
An award-winning flower with large, heat-tolerant blooms of plum and gold with heavy black whiskering; very winter-hardy. Gardeners can rely on ‘Skippy XL Plum-Gold’ to... 2008   Click to display n/a Biennial 6" 8" 6-9 Flat (48-Count)
Eggplant Eggplant
93. Gretel
The earliest white eggplant perfectly describes ‘Gretel.’ Any gardener will agree, the earlier the better; since waiting for the best tasting, most nutritious food from... 2009   Click to display n/a n/a 36" 36" n/a 4" Green
Pansy Viola x wittrockiana
94. Rain Blue & Purple
One of the more heat resistant varieties of pansies, 'Rain Blue and Purple' also have a great spreading habit. The color changes from purple and... 2009   Click to display Biennial 6"-6" 10"-14" n/a 4" Green
Blanket Flower Gaillardia grandiflora
95. Mesa™ Yellow
Very drought tolerant once established, Mesa Yellow shows intense, non-fading color all season on upright, well-branched plants that perform well in landscapes and mixed containers. 2010 10C-N;5C-N Click to display 16"-18" 20"-24" 5-9 4" Green
Coneflower Echinacea purpurea
96. PowWow™ Wild Berry
This first year flowering perennial reportedly keeps on blooming without having to be deadheaded. Each stocky, relatively short plant carried a bouquet of fragrant, 3-4”,... 2010 5D-S;12C-N Click to display 18"-24" 12"-16" 3-8 4" Green
Snapdragon Antirrhinum majus
97. Twinny Peach
The double flower form is the origin for the name ‘Twinny’ or twins. Another unique quality is the blend of peach tone colors. The soft... 2010   Click to display 12"-14" 8"-10" n/a Flat (48-Count)
Zinnia Zinnia marylandica
98. Zahara™ Double Cherry
Famous for its resistance to mildew and leaf spot, its nonstop blooms, and its larger flower size. So tolerant of heat, humidity, and drought, it... 2010 4C-North Click to display 16"-20" 16"-20" n/a 4" Green
99. Zahara™ Starlight Rose
A stunning combination of new and old describes ‘Zahara Starlight Rose.’ Zinnias are old-fashioned flowers but these rose and white flowers are a new bicolor... 2010   Click to display 16"-20" 16"-20" n/a 4" Green
Blanket Flower Gaillardia aristata 
100. Arizona Apricot Shades
The compact, uniform mound of bright green foliage is covered in large 3-3.5in blossoms from early summer into fall. The flowers are apricot with... 2011   Click to display 10"-12" 12" 3-10 4" Green
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