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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

  • Rose ‘Pink Home Run®’
    Eye-popping electric pink blooms contrast beautifully with the dark green plant. Single 2-inch diameter blooms cover the compact, bushy 3-foot tall plant. Heat and cold tolerant shrub rose. Grow this heat and cold tolerant perennial shrub rose in full sun locations.
  • Viola 'Gem™ Lavender Apricot' F1

    Viola 'Gem Lavender Apricot' has amazing flower power with strong over-wintering ability. It also has exceptional heat tolerance and will last through those sudden bursts of warmth that can occur in spring.

  • Geranium 'Nano Salmon'

    Natural dwarf geranium which does not stretch. Develops a profusion of large flowers in combination with attractive dark leaves and stays compact all season long.

  • 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.

  • Zinnia Crouching Tiger

    Winner of a 2015 Fleuroselect Novelty Award for its improved double flowers and versatile habit (landscaping as well as cut-flowers), Crouching Tiger is compact, bushy, free-flowering, and so easy to grow! The giant 3-inch blooms open single, with a daisy form, then mature to fully double, petal-packed pompons. Long-lasting on the plant or in the vase, they crowd among fresh green foliage on vigorous, well-branched plants. Perfect for containers as well as the annual bed!

  • Begonia  'Gryphon'

    The superb topical-like foliage of 'Gryphon' Begonia combines majestic beauty with strength and durability. This showy plant with silver and green leaves delivers "WOW" in the garden and makes a bold, dramatic statement in mixed or solo containers. Easy-to-grow 'Gryphon' has low water needs and works best in the shade. To extend its season and your plant enjoyment, bring 'Gryphon' indoors before frost and return it to the garden when warmer weather returns.

  • Rudbeckia ‘Denver Daisy’
    ‘Denver Daisy’ offers extreme heat tolerance, summer-long flower power, and an ability to stand up under extreme weather variations throughout the United States. Not only is it strong, but it is pretty too. The attractive large 3 to 4 inch blooms are bright yellow with a dark red ring. At 18 to 20 inches tall, ‘Denver Daisy’ is perfect for combination planters or landscape beds. Full sun annual.