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Throughout the NGB website, you can add items to your personal list. When you're ready to go shopping simply take your MyList page to your local nursery or garden center to have complete variety information at your fingertips.

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Featured Varieties

  • Cosmos Xanthos™

     Cosmos: the sky is the limit, but Cosmos Xanthos goes beyond. 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, bedding and cut flowers. Flowers: Round flowers, single and some with collarette in a sunning soft yellow with lighter edges.

  • Impatiens 'SunPatiens Compact Hot Coral'

    These remarkable plants represent a breeding breakthrough: robust, sun-loving, heat-loving New Guinea-type impatiens that thrive in full sun or part shade and deliver continuous color from spring through hard frost. Unaffected by downy mildew, SunPatiens® are an excellent alternative to seed impatiens, offering non-stop color and impressive 3-to-1 coverage in the garden.
    With shorter internodes and exceptional branching for dense, bushy plants, the Compact SunPatiens grow 16-32 inches/40-80 cm tall and 14-24 inches/35-60 cm wide in the landscape.

  • Snapdragon Snaptastic™

    Grow it in spring or fall. Snaptastic™ has a strong root system that makes this flower more resilient in the heat. Its stronger stems provide support so you have less breakage.

  • Pansy 'Freefall'

    The versatile new ‘Freefall’ pansy series were developed with the grower and the consumer in mind. Early flowering, ‘Freefall’ pansies are covered with 1 ½ inch flowers. ‘Freefall’ pansies start as low mounding plants and develop into their full spreading or cascading habit as they grow. Ideal for baskets, the ‘Freefall’ pansies can also be used in color bowls and in the landscape. Requiring fewer plants per square yard in the landscape and fewer plants per pot in a basket, ‘Freefall’ pansies cover an area with color. Available in five separate colors and a formula mix. The Deep Violet which is almost black, Lavender, Purple and White, Purple Wing which is a bright yellow with purple upper petals, and Yellow which is a rich golden color with small whiskers.
     

  • Sunflower 'Goldie'

    Excellent for tall borders.  Goldie produces showy double flowering heads of bright yellow.  Easy to grow and establish.  Multi heading plants grow up to 5-6 feet.

  • Celosia 'Twisted'

    Unique bold color that is sure to catch your eye! Good all-season garden performance with low maintenance. Heat tolerant with continuous growth if fertilized. New from Ball Seed.

  • Dianthus 'Rainbow Loveliness'

    This beautiful heirloom adds enchantment to the garden with unique, lacy flower petals and a sweet, intoxicating fragrance. Developed in the early 1920's at the famous Allwood's nursery in England, the mounding plants are topped with heavily fringed flowers in white, pink, lilac and rose, some bicolored or with contrasting eyes or rings. Blooms the first year when started indoors. Wonderful flower for an old-fashioned cottage garden, cutting garden or perennial border.

  • Petunia ‘Soleil™ Purple’
    Drought tolerant petunia. It loves to be grown dry. A real convenience plant for consumers and a great landscaping variety. This petunia loves sun and tolerates heat. It grows when watered and flowers when drought stressed. A great plant for gardeners not only because it requires less water, but more importantly because it will recover after days without watering. Abundant small semi-double purple flowers.