6" spreading 8" pot, 10" spreading 12" gdn; Compact habit with genetic short internodes needing little or no PGR, dense flower canopy, tidy in pots and packs and very early vs comparisons. Vigorous base branching, strong vigor, durable in gdn. For pots, bedding, combo containers.
Colors: Mix (9 colors), Purple, Purple Ice, Red, White.
5" spreading 10"; Easy adaptable pot crop with bright green foliage and numerous, durable ,sweetly fragrant 1" flowers across the canopy. Flat mounded habit fills pots quickly. Can be produced in 10-12 weeks from spring and summer sowings. Sell from spring to fall in pots ranging from 2.5" to 6".
Colors: Deep Blue, Deep Rose, Mix, White
8" spreading 6" pot, 10" spreading 8" gdn; FYF, no vern needed. This trait allows marketing in bloom 3-6 months earlier than the biennial varieties and opens the possibility of fall sales without refrigerated prechill. Easy to mix with annual programs.
Colors: Blue, Mix (3 colors incl white), Pink.
5" spreading 7"; Improved series with eye-popping bicolors, greater uniformity in habit & timing, and up to 10 days earlier bloom. For premium quart container sales.
Colors: Bicolor Orange Yellow, Cherry with LIght Eye, Mix (5 colors), Yellow with Dark Eye.
**DMR - Downy Mildew Resistant.**
11" spreading 14"; Highly resistant to Impatiens Downy Mildew (P. obducens). Large 1.25-1.5" flowers. Habit, vigor, timing, flower size and colors are similar to the well known Super Elfin XP. Easy, fast filling color that now lasts all summer again.
Colors: Bright Red, Coral, Orange, Salmon, Select Mix, Violet Shades.
7" pot spreading 9", 10" gdn spreading 12"; FYF. A much improved Spanish Lavender. Compact quick-filling plant flowers heavily, nearly covering the plant at peak. Stays mounded and resists breaking open at late season. Uniform habit and timing, can be bench run. Durable, flowering throughout season and self cleaning, with strong secondary flushes. For garden containers, 4" pots up to gallons.
Colors: Deep Purple, Deep Rose, Mix, Pink, Purple.
24" at looser spacing, 36" at tight spacing; Large vibrant flowers and strong stems. Uniform for earliness, stem length and full doubleness. Can be grown at tight spacing especially when disbuded. Coco Orange is very deep and intense. Crop in 12-15 weeks from sowing. Bred for professional cutflower growers, high tunnel or fieldgrown.
Colors: Deep Orange, Gold, Mix, Yellow.
**Gold is 2018 AAS National Winner, others are regional winners.**
12" spreading 10" pot, 18" spreading 15" gdn; Robust, densely branching kneehigh habit. Foliage stays fresh and deep green through all weathers. Keeps blooming on and on into summer with huge blooms reaching 4" diam when full grown. Blooms of younger plants or containers will be 3-4" in size. Extremely double, nearly spherical flowers. For gallons, combo containers, bold lasting color in bedding. Crop time 45-55 days from sowing.
Colors: Gold (AAS Winner), Mix, Orange (AAS), Yellow (AAS).
8"; Heat tolerant, big thick spikes. Glossy dark-green foliage. New spikes cover the old. Day-neutral and early.
Colors: Mix (5 Colors), Purple, Red (very deep red), Red Bicolor, Salmon, White.
32"; Group 2. Selectable. Excellent seed quality for selectable stock. Timing & stem length extra uniform. Professional cutflower, good for spring crop.
Colors: Blue, Lavender, Mix (listed colors), Pink, White, Yellow.
36" spreading 12"; Large Dahlia-flowered full double blooms. Rich color range includes special bright green and a deep ruby red. For tall borders and specialty cutflowers in field or high tunnel.
Colors: Mix (8 colors), Pistachio (bright green), Ruby.
**Scarlet is 2019 AAS Winner.**
6" spreading 8" pot, 8" spreading 10" gdn; Extremely heat tolerant, born & bred in hot-humid tropical conditions. Large 3-3.5" full double Dahlia type flowers. Superbly branching erect plants plants. Foliage stayed green and clean all summer, showing no sign of bacterial disease. Sowing to bloom in 65-70 days. For bedding & containers.
Colors: Bright Pink, Mix, Orange, Scarlet (AAS Winner), White, Yellow.
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