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Independent Garden Center Show will feature Bella Anna

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Chicago show highlights the first pink Annabelle hydrangea in the Endless Summer Collection.

| August 6, 2010

ST. PAUL, Minn. – The Independent Garden Center Show in Chicago will be the first chance to see Bella, Anna, the first pink Annabelle hydrangea in the Endless Summer Collection. Stop by the Endless Summer booth to see this stunning new hydrangea and to learn all the details of the World’s Easiest Display Contest.

Pink is a unique color for Annabelle hydrangea. As its name suggests, Bella Anna will add beauty to your customer’s gardens all season long.

Bella Anna comes from the work of world-renowned breeder Michael Dirr. It features large, peppy pink blooms. It is easy to grow and easy to enjoy. Even harsh winter weather or severe pruning is not a problem for Bella Anna. This hardy, reliable hydrangea keeps blooming from early summer through fall, with minimal care.

Bella Anna is a wonderful stand-alone plant, or planted in groups to create a stunning back border. Its large blooms make an excellent cut flower for fresh or dried arrangements.

Endless Summer Bella Anna is exclusive to independent garden centers for spring 2011. Complete details on World’s Easiest Display Contest will be available at the IGC show booth #1401.

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