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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

  • 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.

  • Osteospermum 'Margarita Supreme Lilac'

    Great variety which blooms from early spring until frost. It is constantly covered with large amount of flowers. Plant is great for patio planters, garden beds and as a divider. This variety stands out for its large flowers and higher vigor in comparison to other osteospermums which are on the market.

  • Impatiens 'SunPatiens Compact Red'

    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.

  • Geranium 'Great Balls of Fire Deep Rose'

    'Great Balls of Fire Deep Rose' shows off its vibrant color with large double flowering umbels.  This trailing ivy geranium is part of a new series or ivies which are specifically bred for heat tolerance.  Bring this elegant plant back into your garden and enjoy this generational favorite all summer long.

  • Lophospermum 'Lofos Compact'

    Bred by Suntory Flowers, 'Lofos Compact' is a form of Lophospermum and is an excellent hanging or climbing plant. It is very vigorous and will bloom throughout the growing season. Blooms will just drop off when they have finished and this makes the plant self cleaning. To make the plant climb, some training will be necessary. Colors include Compact Rose and Compact White.

  • Marigold 'Narai Yellow'

    Bred under hot and humid conditions. Extremely strong and stiff stems producing large and bushy plants that will not fall over with heavy rain. Very suitable for cut flower vase and bouquet production. Also suitable for bedding and landscape use. Plants produce many firm and large flowers. Blooms have unique light yellow cream color exclusive to the industry.

  • 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.
  • 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.