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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'

    Native to Bolivia, this tough-as-nails plant is perfect for landscapes, hanging baskets or containers that need to tolerate extreme weather conditions. 'Santa Cruz ® Sunset' doesn't need deadheading. It branches naturally so you will have a full, lush looking plant that's loaded with flowers all season long. The large 5" wide bright scarlet flowers show off in any location from full sun to partial shade. Throughout the record breaking heat this summer ,'Santa Cruz® Sunset' performed beautifully across the country.

  • Petunia 'Surfinia Heavenly Blue'

    Bred by Suntory Flowers, petunia 'Surfinia Heavenly Blue' is a gorgeous light blue. It is an upgrade to the popular 'Surfinia Sky Blue' in terms of plant habit and garden performance. Plants are covered with a mound of gorgeous blooms that trail and spread.

  • Impatiens Bounce™ Pink Flame PPAF 'Balboufink' AAS 2015 Winner

    Bounce impatiens provides gardeners with shade garden confidence. Bounce looks like an Impatiens walleriana in habit, flower form and count, but is completely downy mildew resistant, which means this impatiens will last from spring all the way through fall. Bounce Pink Flame boasts of a massive amount of stunning, bright pink bicolor blooms with tons of color to brighten your garden, be it in shade or sun. And caring for impatiens has never been easier: just add water and they’ll “bounce” right back! 

    Available in plant form only.

  • Zinnia Zinderella Peach

    Zinderella Peach blends shades of salmon, peach, pink and cream around its dark eyed center. This striking flower has scabiosa-shaped blooms with many doubled petals creating full mounded tops surrounded by a single row of larger petal on many. Excellent as a cut flower and very easy to grow, and disease resistant. Fleuroselect Approved Novelty.

  • Verbena Wicked Cool Blue

    The flowers of 'Wicked Cool Blue' verbena feature a striking contrast between bright white and vivid blue. Perfect for adding interest to mixed plantings, this verbena will play well with others and bloom non-stop all summer.

  • Impatiens New Guinea Florific™ Sweet Orange F1 AAS 2014 Winner

    Florific™ Sweet Orange New Guinea Impatiens is perfect for brightening gardens or patio containers in partial to full shade. Plants produce masses of large, uniquely bicolored flowers in shades of light salmon to deep orange. Naturally branching plants quickly fill beds and are perfect for planting ‘en masse’.  With resistance to impatiens downy mildew, Florific Sweet Orange is the perfect alternative for shade gardens where the disease is a concern. Unlike traditional impatiens, it will not succumb to Impatiens Downy Mildew and will, instead, provide reliable, bright color in the garden all season long.

  • Zinnia ‘Zahara Starlight Rose'
    Stunning white flowers with rose stripes are a new bicolor for zinnias. Superior disease resistance to leaf spot and mildew result in long lasting plants where other zinnias have failed. Enjoy this easy growing heat and drought tolerant zinnia in your sunny garden or container. Mature plants reaching 12 to 14 inches tall abound with large colorful 2.5-inch blooms all season long with minimum care. Full sun annual.
  • Sunflower 'Suntastic' F1 AAS 2014 Regional Winner

    Suntastic’ is a new dwarf sunflower perfect as a cheery long-blooming potted plant or window box accent or maybe to add a burst of color to a sunny garden bed. Gardeners will love the number of flowers each plant produces: up to twenty 5-6 inch flowers per plant in three successive blooming periods. ‘Suntastic’ will bloom in less than 65 days after sowing so by starting indoors, sunflower lovers can get their favorite bloom fix early in the summer.

    Great Lakes region