Skip to Content Skip to Navigation


One of a kind flowers are trending with today’s consumers who will absolutely love our expanded series of patterned calibrachoa. It began with the crazy cherry red and gold splashed flowers of Superbells Holy Moly!®. This year, we’re adding a lavender and white selection with speckled, star-patterned flowers and a yellow throat in Superbells Holy Smokes. It easily makes a statement on its own in mono containers, but also adds life to recipes when paired with solid colored flowers. Expect large, abundant flowers to cover the cascading stems from early in the spring through fall without deadheading. This variety has been screened specifically for resistance to Thielaviopsis. 6-12” tall x 12-24” spread. Part sun to sun.

SUPERBELLS® Doublette LOVE SWEPT Calibrachoa ‘**’ USPPAF CanPBRAF US Utility US7,786,342
Its petite, tightly mounded shape rendered it useful in completely different ways than the airy habit of Diamond Frost. That’s what you’ll find with our new Superbells Doublette series. These tightly compact calibrachoa are ideal for smaller scale plantings—think petite mono pots, window boxes, and porch rail planters. They won’t grow out of bounds through the season and will remain full of flowers from spring through fall without deadheading. Did we mention the flowers look like roses, too? Doublette Love Swept is a completely novel look for calibrachoa, bearing fully double, hot pink flowers with pure white picotee edges outlining every petal. 6-12” tall x 12-24” spread. Part sun to sun.

TRUFFULA Pink Gomphrena pulchella ‘**’ USPPAF CanPBRAF 
Here’s a new and improved vegetative Gomphrena that looks fantastic in containers and thrives even in the Florida heat. Neater in appearance, this bushy selection keeps its shape all season and won’t tip over when it’s in full bloom. It becomes covered in hot pink, cotton ball-shaped blossoms that attract pollinators like crazy from spring into fall. The flowers have a long vase life and dry the same color, making them useful in both fresh and dried arrangements. Truffula Pink thrives in heat and humidity, and is drought tolerant once rooted in. Pair this high vigor variety with other strong growers in recipes, or let it shine on its own in large containers and landscapes. 22-30” tall x 22-26” spread. Full sun.

ROCKIN’® Fuchsia Salvia ‘BBSAL00301’ USPPAF CanPBRAF
The first of its kind, Rockin’ Fuchsia is a fabulous color breakthrough for gauranitica-type salvias. Large, intense fuchsia flowers with black bracts are held on strong stems above the compact, well-branched, dark green foliage. Like Rockin’ Deep Purple, its habit is greatly improved over Amistad, presenting well in containers at retail and in large combination container recipes. It’s also an outstanding performer in landscapes. Pollinators, especially hummingbirds, are strongly drawn to its fuchsia blooms. This revolutionary new salvia is a must-have this season. 24-36” tall x 24-30” spread. Part sun to sun.  

PRIMO® ‘Peachberry Ice’ Heuchera USPPAF CanPBRAF
• Color expansion to the Primo line
• Apricot with silver overlay in spring
• Intense apricot blush coloration in summer
• Cream flowers in midsummer
• H. villosa hybrid; naturally vigorous withgood heat and humidity tolerance
• Zones 4-9
• 8-10" foliage height; 24" flower height; 30-34" spread
• Sun or shade

• Near-black foliage forms a dramatic backdrop for deep red, 8-9” flowers
• Bright green calyxes pop against dark foliage
• Blooms from top to bottom of plant in midsummer through early fall
• Robust, shrub-like habit
• Zones 4-9
• 4-4½' height; 4½-5' spread
• Part sun to sun

‘Cat’s Pajamas’ Nepeta USPPAF CanPBRAF
• Dwarf selection, smaller than ‘Cat’s Meow’
• Earlier blooming than ‘Cat’s Meow’ by 2-3 weeks beginning in late spring
• Darker blue flowers bloom from crown to tip
• Rosy purple calyxes extend the season of interest
• Excellent perennial for pollinators
• Zones 3-8
• 12-14" height; 18-20" spread
• Full sun

Temple of Bloom Heptacodium  
Four seasons of beauty. Heptacodium has always been an under-used shrub: let’s change that! This new variety was years in development and improves on the straight species with a more compact habit and an earlier bloom, which means that its cherry-red bracts show up sooner for a memorable fall display. Handsome, high quality foliage and attractive peeling bark make this truly a plant for all seasons.

Tuff Stuff Ah-Ha Hydrangea Serrata
Standing out notably in our field and container trials for its outstanding reblooming ability, the newest member of the Tuff Stuff series has massive dinner plate-sized blooms. Sterile florets are doubled and waterlily-like, taking on outstanding pink or blue coloration depending on soil conditions. Like all Hydrangea serrata, it has outstanding bud hardiness.

Pugster® Amethyst Buddleia
Meet the newest member of the Pugster series of Buddleia, Pugster Amethyst. Characterized by extra-large flowers on a dwarf plant, Pugster Amethyst butterfly bush  brings a cool purple to the mix. Thick, sturdy stems makes this series less brittle in growing and at retail and increases winter survivability for these plants, even in colder climates.



Back to Top

Find plants you love and create idea boards for all your projects.

To create an idea board, sign in or create an account.