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Top picks for 2016 sales


Need some guidance on our predicted best sellers for the 2016 season?

The varieties below are some of our most outstanding performers and are currently available in good numbers.

Achillea ‘Little Moonshine’


Same bright gold flowers as Achillea ‘Moonshine’, a long-time Must Have Perennials™ favorite, but with a compact habit that's ideal for containers and smaller garden spaces.
- compact
- reblooms
- early bloomer
See full variety information.


Anemone Pretty Lady Series


Unlike other Anemone hupehensis varieties, those in the Pretty Lady series all have compact habits. These long-lived garden plants are great for mixing with Dendranthema hardy mums and other fall-flowering perennials. Very floriferous August to November.
- compact
- fall flowering
‘Pretty Lady Diana’
‘Pretty Lady Emily’
‘Pretty Lady Julia’
Pretty Lady Maria


Dendranthema Igloo Series


Three new additions bring improvements and a new flower form in the orange-bronze color range.
- Unusual new flower forms
- First-year flowering
- Easy to grow
- Look like Garden Mums
- Uniform flowering
- Long blooming and repeat blooming in the garden
- reliably hardy to -20 F
‘Pumpkin Igloo’ - orange daisy flowers, a new flower form in this color.
‘Radiant Igloo’ - improved vigor, habit, and flowering compared to ‘Sunny Igloo’.
‘Snowy Igloo’ - improved vigor, habit and flowering compared to ‘Frosty Igloo’.

For full Series information, download the Dendranthema Igloo Series PDF from the Growing Guides page.


Echinacea Supreme™ series


Bred by Terra Nova Nurseries, this series features double anemone blooms atop elegant and stately plants. Lively colors are a stand out in the landscape. Varieties include Supreme™ ‘Cantaloupe’, Supreme™ ‘Elegance’ and Supreme™ ‘Flamingo’.
- Heavy bloomers
- Strong color saturation
- Large flowers
- first year flowering
- Superior branching
- Full, compact habit
- Hardy
- Drought-resistant once established


Geranium 'Azure Rush'


Light-blue flowered sport of the 8.5 million-selling 'Rozanne', featuring the same vigorous, long-blooming and heat-tolerant qualities on a more compact plant with shorter internodes, resulting in a neater low-growing mounded habit.
- Profuse "annual-like" long blooming
- Suitable for containers and hanging baskets
See full variety information


Geranium Rozanne®


A celebrity among perennials, since its introduction in 2000 Rozanne has proven itself to be the most garden-worthy hardy Geranium you can grow. Over 8.5 million plants sold to date can't be wrong!
- Profuse "annual-like" long blooming
- Suitable for containers and hanging baskets
- RHS Award of Garden Merit (2006)
- PPA Perennial Plant of the Year 2008
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Heucherella ‘Buttered Rum’


Recently introduced variety from Terra Nova has gorgeous glossy maple-like foliage in a luscious, buttery caramel color, which changes to a lovely rose-red as temperatures cool in fall for season-long interest.
- Compact mounding habit
- Cold, heat and humidity tolerant
- Vigorous and easy to grow
- Natural resistance to rust

See full variety information


Heucherella ‘Cracked Ice’


Best Heucherella in Shade 2012 (Ohio State University). Unusual, frosted blue and green tones are punctuated with dramatic veining in summer. In early spring and fall, leaves get a lovely silvery pink overlay. The fantastic deeply cut foliage, changing color and veining add textural pizazz to any container or landscape.
- Compact mounding habit
- Cold, heat and humidity tolerant
- Vigorous and easy to grow
- Natural resistance to rust
See full variety information


Heucherella 'Fire Frost'


This garden diva from Terra Nova provides season-long interest with its yellow to lime green leaves featuring large, striking red centers and a strong white overall veil.
- Vigorous, mounding habit.
- Cold, heat and humidity tolerant in part shade to shade.
- Vigorous and easy to grow
- Natural resistance to rust

See full variety information


Heucherella 'Honey Rose'


Terra Nova presents the pinkest leaf Heucherella there is! Fantastic color changes from coral rose in spring to sable in summer. Dark veins and intricate patterns add dimension to the ornate, deeply incised foliage.
- Compact, tidy habit
- Vigorous growth
- Cold, heat and humidity tolerant in part shade to shade.
See full variety information


Hibiscus Cordials Series


Enormous flowers set off against dramatic foliage shapes hues bring a new look to garden Hibiscus.
- Vernalization not required for flowering
- Sturdy, upright habit
- Unusual foliage colors
- Satisfies current enthusiasm for native plants
- All varieties bloom within 10 days of one another
- Heat loving, blooms in July and August
‘Brandy Punch’
‘Cherry Brandy’
‘Cinnamon Grappa’
‘Peppermint Schnapps’


Leucanthemum Freak!®


Winner of the Greenhouse Grower Medal of Excellence for its showstopping visual appeal, unusual flower form and ease of production. This 2012 introduction is fast accumulating awards for its showstopping visual appeal, unusual flower form and ease of production.
- Longblooming
- Easily programmable for flowering plants over a long season
- Fast production. Finished plants in about 11 weeks
- Compact habit makes transport more economical
Watch video about Leucanthemum Freak!
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Lychnis ‘Petite Jenny’


Dwarf form of the popular Must Have Perennials™ introduction Lychnis 'Jenny'. Plants are just 14" tall,topped with masses of soft lavender-pink flowers from mid-May into fall. Has a longer blooming period due to the flowers being sterile.
- compact
- long blooming
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Rosa Black Forest™


Non-fading bright red flowers bloom abundantly from early summer till frost. This excellent disease resistant Floribunda shrub rose won the prestigious ADR award, the toughest no spray trial in the world.
- Long lasting, non-fading, fiery-red color
- Abundant blooms and non-stop flowering – early summer to frost
- Excellent resistance to black spot and mildew
- Bred by Kordes®, renowned German rose breeder
See full variety information


Viola Bonnie Lassies™ series


imageBred in Scotland by Hugh Boyd, the Viola Bonnie Lassies™ series consists of fully hardy varieties that put on very long-lasting shows of larger-than-normal flowers. Typical bloom time May to July with some sporadic rebloom afterwards. Varieties have either mounding or trailing habits and come in a range of flower colors that are very differentiated from pansies. They are a low temperature crop produced from vegetative cuttings - NOT seed raised.
- Fully hardy
- Long blooming
- Large flowers

'Emma' - deep violet blue with a burgundy splash in center and a yellow eye
'Isabella' - Ivory-white blooms with a purple flush towards the petal edges
'Laura' - Yellow/purple bicolor
'Sarah' - Light buttermilk yellow with a yellow eye. Light blush flush in cooler temperatures.

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