2015 All-America Selections Flower Winners
Add some color to the garden with the 2015 All-America Selections flower winners.
Impatiens lovers and those gardening in shade may want to try Bounce impatiens. This downy mildew impatiens is covered with bright pink bicolor blooms that add lots of color to any sunny or shady location in your landscape.
Or try the spreading shell pink sunpatiens. The trailing habit, soft pink flowers and downy mildew resistance make it perfect for containers, hanging baskets or groundcovers in sun or shade.
Brighten up those sunny spots in the garden or containers with Trilogy red petunia. The Trilogy petunias form dome shaped mounds and are covered with large non fading blooms all season long.
Add Jewel white salvia to the garden or container. The compact plants are covered with blooms all season long, making them a standout in small and large landscapes.
A bit more information: All these winners will help attract bees, butterflies and hummingbirds to the garden. Plus, the warm colors of the impatiens and petunias can be used to create a focal point in the landscape. The white spires of Jewel white salvia help brighten the nighttime landscape.
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