• Angelonia 'Archangel Purple'
Angelonia 'Archangel Purple'


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Angelonia 'Archangel Purple'

Angelonia angustifolia

Angelonia 'Archangel Purple'

Angelonia angustifolia

'Archangel' Angelonia has the largest size flowers of any Angelonia. A perfect combination of delicate mini-orchid looking flowers, but tough as nails.

One of the world's leading breeder and producer of F1 hybrid and open-pollinated flower seed, PanAmerican Seed markets its products to both wholesale and retail distributors around the globe. The company continually strives to solve grower production and sales issues with high-quality products whose benefits are carried all the way to the consumer level. For over 60 years – from breeding to customer service – reliability, consistency and creativity have been the company’s primary goals. Every product introduction is carefully researched to ensure that it meets the demands of the market. Growers and distributors worldwide rely on PanAmerican Seed for the newest and best seed products in the industry. Just a few notable innovations developed by PanAmerican Seed include a series of “firsts” for seed ornamentals – Divine New Guinea Impatiens, Serena™ Angelonia and Wave™ Spreading Petunias, plus the first F1 hybrid seed impatiens with the Super Elfin™ series.

Address: 622 Town Road
City: West Chicago
State IL
Zip/Postal Code: 60185
Country: USA


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