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Better Homes & Gardens reveals top plant picks for 2010

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Check out which varieties your customers will be asking about this spring

Garden Center | February 22, 2010

The editors at Better Homes & Gardens recently unveiled their top plant picks for 2010. The magazine mentions 27 vegetables and herbs, 35 perennials and 39 annuals. Some of the favorites are…

Vegetables & herbs
‘Cherries Jubilee’ tomato
‘Krakatoa’ pepper
‘Shiny Boy’ watermelon
‘Gourmet Gold’ squash

Perennials
Blue River clematis
‘Prairie Twilight’ penstemon
Black Adder New Zealand flax (pictured above)
‘Pink Double Dandy’ peony

Annuals
Lucia Dark Blue lobelia
Superbells Lavender calibrachoa
Easy Wave Burgundy Star petunia
Tex Mex Hot Pink geranium
 

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