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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

  • Sunflower 'Frilly' F1

    It’s hard to believe your eyes when you first encounter this uproariously striking sunflower. Standing 5’6” or so, the plants are loaded with a crowd of 6” flower heads, with their unique ragged narrow-stranded rays with curved inverted secondary petals. Flowering long and prolifically, ‘Frilly’s blooms create stunning flower arrangements.

  • Agastache  Arizona™ Sun

    Agastache Arizona Sun requires little care once established and produces an abundance of spikes loaded with flowers. Great at attracting hummingbirds and other pollinators.

  • Dianthus ‘Bouquet™ Rose’ F1
    Use this cool season first year flowering perennial as a tall garden item and as a backyard cut flower. The fragrant brightly colored half inch flowers attract bees and butterflies. The lacy, eye catching deep rose blooms are held on upright plants 18 to 24 inches tall that spread 10 to 12 inches wide. The strong stems make ideal cut flowers and do not require staking. Low maintenance, frost tolerant perennial (to zone 4.)
  • Impatiens SunPatiens® Spreading Shell Pink AAS 2015 Winner

    The truly unique genetic background of SunPatiens® Shell Pink delivers unsurpassed garden performance with season long, soft pink flowers that never slow down. Strong roots take hold quickly after transplanting and these impatiens thrive under high heat, rain and humidity. The AAS Judges loved these vigorous spreading plants that keep their shape all summer, plus, they do just as well in full sun as in shade. These low-maintenance plants are perfect for gardeners looking for impatiens that are resistant to downy mildew. 

    Available in plant form only. 

  • Petunia Trailing Burgundy Shine
  • Echinacea 'Sombrero Lemon Yellow'

    From Darwin Perennials

    'Sombrero' Echinacea offer bright, vibrant flowers coupled with garden performance and hardiness. Perfect for cottage, perennial and butterfly gardens, 'Sombrero' is a compact Echinacea with good branching and proven hardiness to Zone 5. You’ll have years of enjoyment in the garden! New ‘Lemon Yellow’ is rich and bright.

  • Petunia 'Sophistica Lime Green'

    Bring a zing of lime to your garden this summer! 'Sophistica Lime Green's big, splashy blooms offer bold impact on their own, and they provide a high-impact complement to deep purple, blue, and burgundy petunias. These bright green-yellow blooms make excellent specimen plants in the garden and perform very well in baskets and containers. 'Sophistica Lime Green's upright plant is easy to manage and tolerates heat. Height: 10-15", 10-12" spread. Seed is pelleted for easy planting.

  • Echinacea 'Cheyenne Spirit' AAS 2013 Winner

    This stunning first-year flowering echinacea captures the spirit of the North American plains by producing a delightful mix of flower colors from rich purple, pink, red and orange tones to lighter yellows, creams and white. This wide range of flower colors on well branched, durable plants are sure to please the color preferences of any gardener. As an added bonus, ‘Cheyenne Spirit’ does not require a lot of water and still offers a wide-range of uses from the perennial border, in a mass landscape planting, in a butterfly garden or as a cut flower. 

    The AAS judges and their trial garden visitors raved about the attractiveness of the flowers and the range of colors while appreciating its sturdiness and low water needs. Even during wind and rain, this compact plant does not topple over like many echinacea. The variety of intense, bright colors adds sparkle to the garden from mid-summer through fall. As an added bonus, this maintenance-free echinacea doesn’t even need deadheading to provide summer long beauty.