Annuals

Annuals

Begonia Surefire Red
  Surefire Red begonia  plants are versatile working in either sun or shade, which makes them a wonderful unifying plant for use in areas with both sun and shade.  Unlike older begonia varieties, these are quite vigorous and are great in large containers or in the landscape.  They can tolerate some drought conditions, but will look their best with more consistent moisture and regular feeding.  They love the heat and do not need to be deadheaded to bloom all summer long.  What’s not to love! Surefire Rose is also available.
Calibrachoa Superbells™ Tangerine Punch
Calibrachoa Superbells Tangerine Punch is a new color with flowers blooming tangerine orange with a burgundy orange center and throat.  As with other Calibrachoa, no deadheading is required to keep them blooming all summer.  Great in hanging baskets and combo planters.  Keep it fertilized and avoid over-watering.
Coleus Coleosaurus
Campfire is a new variety of coleus with bright orange foliage that is a real eye-catcher! It grows 18 to 24 inches tall and about as wide. Great for landscapes and patio containers in both sun and shade.
Cuphea Vermilloinaire™
Vermillionaire™ is a variety of Mexican heather that was new from Proven Winners™ last year. We tried it in a container on our patio and it truly was one of our favorite plants. It was covered with small, orange flowers from spring through fall and looked fabulous all season. The best thing about it was that it was a hummingbird magnet, which we enjoyed as much as the plant itself! Drought tolerant and disease resistance are added benefits.
Lobularia Lavender Stream
This hybrid variety of alyssum was so beautiful edging one of our planting beds last summer! It was really a “plant it and forget it” type of plant, with only occasional watering and fertilizing needed. It is covered in tiny, very fragrant, lavender flowers, which are a darker, almost purple in cool weather. The low-growing, 4 to 8 inch tall plants spread or trail up to 3 ft., are great in full sun to light shade and attract butterflies. They can be grown in beds, baskets and combos from early spring right through light frost.
Petunia Supertunia™ Vista Paradise
Supertunia Vista petunias from Proven Winners™ are very vigorous, with mounding habits that can reach up to 2 feet in height in the landscape and will trail over the edges of baskets and containers up to 4 feet by the end of the season.  They are fantastic landscape plants and are great in large containers, where they function as both fillers and spillers.  In garden beds, they will work either in the front or middle of the bed.  They have medium-sized flowers. Paradise is the new color added to the series which includes Bubblegum, Fuschia and Silverberry. It is a darker, brighter pink than Bubblegum, so it will really stand out in beds, baskets and planters. Be sure to give them plenty of fertilizer to keep them looking fantastic into Fall!
Verbena Firehouse Purple
Firehouse verbena is a new variety bred to have continuous bloom all season. They are medium vigorous, growing 8 to 10 inches high and spreading 18 to 22 inches wide, are heat and drought tolerant, and grow in part-sun to sun.  They are great for use in hanging baskets, mixed containers and landscape beds. They also have strong powdery mildew resistance.