ROCKIN’® Fuchsia Salvia
Here’s a new plant for your hummingbird lovers! The first of its kind, Rockin’ Fuchsia is a fabulous color breakthrough for Salvia guaranitica types with large, intense fuchsia flowers with black bracts above dark green foliage. Like Rockin’ Deep Purple, it has a neat and tidy habit, so it will look spectacular on your garden center shelves. Pollinators, especially hummingbirds, are strongly drawn to its fuchsia blooms. A “must have in stock” variety this season.
SUPERTUNIA VISTA® Paradise Petunia
Your customers love our Supertunia Vistas for their incredible vigor and outstanding all-season performance, so this spring introduce them to Supertunia Vista Paradise! In trials this summer Supertunia Vista Paradise delivered the same vigor and habit as Supertunia Vista Bubblegum, and now your customers can enjoy glowing pink blooms that will blanket their landscapes from spring through fall.
TRUFFULA™ Pink Gomphrena
How fun is this? These hot pink, cotton ball-shaped blossoms stand tall in landscapes and containers, while attracting pollinators like crazy from spring into fall. Truffula Pink thrives in heat and humidity and is drought tolerant too. Wonderful as a thriller in a container recipe and a great addition to dried arrangements.
SUPERBELLS® HOLY COW!™ Calibrachoa
One-of-a-kind flowers are trending with today’s customers, and they will absolutely love our expanded series of patterned calibrachoa. It began with the crazy cherry red and gold splashed flowers of Superbells Holy Moly!®, and this year we’re adding Superbells® Holy Cow and Superbells® Holy Smokes to the lineup. Both will deliver large, abundant flowers that will delight the eye from early spring through fall without deadheading.
This is truly a game-changing plant — the first downy mildew-resistant variety of Italian sweet basil. This vigorous, large, well-branched plant will produce a higher yield and last all season. The more your customers harvest, the better it grows — up to 3 feet in height! It’s time to offer something other than the old, disease-prone varieties; it’s time to include Amazel in your garden center displays.