Bright Lights™ Double Moonglow Osteospermum
This new look in Osteospermum is perfect for your spring collection. Everyone loves daisies, and this double-flowered selection is twice as nice with its large, white flowers and showy yellow centers. The center petals pull double duty, too, by keeping the flowers open all day, unlike single cultivars, which tend to close in low light. This variety is cold tolerant but can take more heat than typical Osteospermums, which helps to keep them in flower all season long. A definite must-try for your new item list. Grows 8 to 12 inches tall by 8 to 12 inches spread. Part sun to sun.
Rockin’™ Deep Purple Salvia
An improvement over Amistad, this new salvia boasts a more compact, well-branched, less rangy habit that presents well as a thriller in large container combinations and in landscapes. Its large, deep purple flowers held by black bracts keep this plant in color all season long, attracting pollinators with their sweet nectar. Grows 18 to 36 inches tall by 24 to 30 inches spread. Part sun to sun.
Superbells® Double Ruby Calibrachoa
We’ve searched long and hard for double-flowered Calibrachoa that live up to our rigorous standards and have finally found it. Superbells Double Ruby presents exquisite fully double, deep red flowers on bushy, cascading stems from spring into fall without deadheading. It runs in stride with other Superbells and is beautiful grown in combination with other medium vigor varieties or on its own in hanging baskets. Grows 6 to 12 inches tall by 12 to 24 inches spread. Part sun to sun.
Dahlightful® TUPELO HONEY™ Dahlia
A backdrop of dramatic deep green foliage makes the clear yellow, semi-double flowers of this beauty look especially Dahlightful! Bred to minimize tuber production, Dahlightful Dahlias have strong flower production from early through late season, maximizing your sales window. They make fantastic thrillers in combination containers and are beautiful in a landscape setting, too. Grows 24 to 30 inches tall by 20 to 24 inches spread. Full sun.