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Get the details on the latest releases for 2013.

| November 19, 2012

Cool Wave Pansy

  • Cool Wave Pansies fill in landscapes fast, spreading up to 3 ft.
  • Vibrant color in early-spring, or plant in fall – they’ll overwinter through zone 5 for three seasons of color.
  • Cool Wave bounces back quickly from harsh rain and weather.

Visit www.panamseed.com.

 

Spring Matrix Pansy

  • The Matrix series of pansy has been restructured to better meet the needs of spring installations.
  • New Spring Matrix flowers earlier with more uniformity across key clear landscape colors and mixes.
  • Its large-size blooms won’t flop in flowerbeds and all colors can deliver at the same time.

Visit www.panamseed.com.



Divine New Guinea Impatiens

  • The Divine series is the disease-resistant impatiens from seed.
  • Highly tolerant of Impatiens Downy Mildew, Divine is the landscape solution for the shade. Plants establish quickly with an expanded range of colors and mix options.
  • The full, lush plants perform well in beds and containers.

Visit www.panamseed.com.

 

Little Lucky Lantana

  • Lantana are a great low-maintenance and low-water needs choice for landscapers.
  • New Little Lucky from Ball FloraPlant remains compact with a low seed, resulting in a much longer flowering season, especially for southern locations.
  • Available in four colors.

Visit www.ballfloraplant.com

 


Sombero Echinacea

  • The “new native” Sombrero series of Echinacea purpurea has vibrant perennial landscape color on very hardy plants (through zone 4).
  • Features even flowering and plant height across the entire bed, and its tolerance to drought.
  • Very well branched and floriferous for years of enjoyment. Available in four bright colors.

Visit www.darwinperennials.com.

 

 

 


 

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