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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

  • Begonia 'Santa Cruz Sunset'

    Begonia 'Santa Cruz Sunset' is super heat tolerant! It thrives in well drained soil and can handle moderate drought once it is established. Firey red-orange blooms cover the plant from late spring until frost. The well branched plant looks full and lush in a pot or hanging basket by itself or in a garden with a rainbow of other colors.

  • Pansy  'Plentifall Lavender Blue'

    Plentifall Pansies spread and trail vigorously to fill and cover cool-season hanging baskets. It’s the perfect choice as a “spiller” in mixed containers or as groundcover. Plentifall has medium-size blooms in crisp colors of Lavender Blue, Purple Wing, White, and a Mix. It holds up well in rain and chilly weather. Watch it trail over large containers or garden borders. Bred for excellent overwintering qualities as well.

  • Petunia 'Exserta'

    Petunia exserta is one of a kind—a rare, hummingbird pollinated petunia with brilliant red coloring and gold pollen dusting the tips of the out thrust, curved stamens. It was pushed to the brink of extinction by its accommodating behavior, for it freely hybridized with nearby Petunia axillaris in its native Brazil. Unique among petunias, it is the only in its genus to be pollinated by hummingbirds and the only red flowered species found in the wild. A mere fourteen specimens made it to North America in 2007, and since then, it has been traveling hand to hand in the gardening world as passionate gardeners share their find with others with a hankering for the unique.

  • Gerbera ‘Landscape Redwood®’
    Large plant provides flowers that can be cut and enjoyed in a vase. The plant continues to bloom and will produce more than 40 flowers. Large 3 to 4 inch blooms are red with yellow edge. Tall upright plants reach 36 inches and spread 24 to 36 inches. This annual will add color to a part sun location.
  • Corn, Ornamental 'Japonica Striped Maize'

    Beautiful ornamental pop corn from Japan, grows 5-6 feet tall, variegated leaves striped with green, white, yellow and pink, dark purple tassels, burgundy kernels, better color development when plants are widely spaced, listed in the 1890s as 'Striped Leafed Japanese Maize.'  Bonus - The black/purple small ears are an edible pop corn to be enjoyed by the birds.  

  • Dianthus 'Telstar™ Burgundy' F1

    Vibrant flowers are produced on well-branched plants.  The Telstar series was developed to have a high degree of resistance to Phytophthora and other damp-off pathogens.

  • Geranium 'Divas Petticoat'

    Horizon Divas are the varieties with real Wow! factor. Petticoat is the latest edition to the series with it's subtle but striking, bicolor flowers which are blush white on the face and rosey red on the reverse. It is perfect for bright sunny locations from later spring through till first frost and needs minimal water to thrive. Dead heading will keep it looking clean all season long and encourage more flowers to come through. 

  • Fuchsia ‘Stand-Up Red/Purple’
    Stand-Up is a semi-upright fuchsia. It grows 9 inches tall with a spread of 9 inches. Unlike other fuchsias, ‘Stand-Up’ is heat tolerant. The attractive bicolor blooms are red and purple. In the home garden this annual is perfect for containers, baskets and garden beds in a full sun location.