Coreopsis hybrida PPAF ‘Super Star’

With the largest blooms of any Coreopsis on the market, the petals on Super Star can grow as big as the palm of your hand! Super Star features long-lasting color and a star pattern in shades of cream and red. It demands attention on the shelf and in the landscape. Hardy in Zones 5a to 9a, it performs at its best in sunny locations. This low-maintenance variety also offers heat, frost and mildew resistance, while still attracting butterflies, bees and other pollinators for a big show.

Echinacea x hybrida PPAF ‘Balsomtresgo’ Sombrero® Tres Amigos

The absolute best landscape performing Echinacea! Sombrero offers Winter hardiness, well-matched colors, a uniform look in the landscape and season-long color. Tres Amigos features three vibrant colors at once: opening to peachy-coral, aging to rose and fading to burgundy. Hardy in Zones 4b to 9b, this highly floriferous series is naturally well-branched and compact for easy shipping. Plant Sombrero in the Spring and sell it the same year!

Iberis hybrid PPAF ‘Summer Snowdrift’

This summer-flowering Iberis has pure white blooms with an extremely long flowering window, and it reliably flowers in the first year. With a high heat tolerance and hardiness in Zones 6b to 9a, Summer Snowdrift extends the Iberis selling window in the South and is a great annual in the North. It is also used as an alternative to lobularia in mixed containers. This summer Candytuft will bloom from mid-spring until late-summer, and makes a beautiful, low-maintenance accent plant.

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