Welcome Spring with Beautiful Flowers


Posted with permission of the National Garden Bureau:

 

Welcome Spring!

Welcome New 2016 Flower Varieties! 

Take a moment to look through the National Garden Bureau’s New Varieties for exciting new flower varieties that will make your home garden a stand-out!

Each year, NGB’s members submit their best new varieties for inclusion in NGB’s exclusive assortment of annuals, perennials, edibles and other plants that are new for your 2016 gardens.

Stunning images along with descriptions and growing information of over 100 exciting new ornamentals, flowers and edibles are now available on the National Garden Bureau website.

Here are just a few that say “Plant Me!” 

Viola Gem Rose Antique F1

Viola Gem Rose Antique F1

Rose Antique lends a unique color for early spring or fall gardening. Gem Viola features a compact habit with many flowers that begin early in the spring through late May.
Begonia Marshmallow

Begonia Marshmallow

Lots of two-tone blooms cover this strong-performing, compact begonia. The flowers start out white/cream and mature to a pink/rose hue.  Perfect for 2016 The #YearOfTheBegonia
Cosmos Xanthos™

Cosmos Xanthos™

Cosmos Xanthos is an amazing new Cosmos. It has an unique soft yellow color never seen before in early flowering Cosmos bipinnatus. Nice compact and well-branched plants for tubs, borders and bedding.
Petunia Limbo *GP* Blue Veined™ F1

Petunia Limbo *GP* Blue Veined™ F1

Lavender blue flowers with dark blue veining, very attractive color. The Limbo *GP* series of hybrid Petunias was bred to be compact in the garden.
Spiraea First Editions® Pink Sparkler™ Birchleaf Spirea

Spiraea First Editions® Pink Sparkler™ Birchleaf Spirea

Pink Sparkler™ blooms in early summer with large pink flowers. In autumn, new smaller flowers bloom adding pink color to the fall landscape.
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