A new year calls for new plants! See what’s coming your way this spring from Proven Winners. All 120+ new selections have been trialed extensively, with multiple award winners for exceptional performance. From intriguing growth habits to groundbreaking color developments and fragrances, we’re sure you’ll find an exciting new addition for your garden. Some of our new favorites include (pictured):
- Superbena ® Pink Cashmere™ – One of the most vigorous Superbena ® verbenas with huge umbels of soft pink flowers that bloom all season without deadheading.
- Flavorette™ Honey-Apricot – A fresh approach to roses, offering a delightful and edible addition to your garden. Beautiful, sweetly fragrant flowers bloom all summer long.
- El Nino™ Desert Orchid – A unique, easy-care, hybrid shrub with orchid-like flowers that have a sweet scent and bloom from late spring into summer.
- Supertunia ® Saffron Finch™ – A vibrant, well-branched petunia, featuring intense yellow flowers that pair wonderfully with bold purples, reds, and magentas.
- Let’s Dance Lovable™ – Enjoy a summer filled with the beauty of this reblooming hydrangea that boasts a profusion of intensely colored pink, purple, or blue blooms, as well as fall foliage interest.
- Save your favorites to a personalized Idea Board
- Contact your local garden center to see if they’ll be stocking your favorites
- Or, pre-order now for spring delivery right to your doorstep
Speaking of what’s new for 2024, check out these 10 gardening trends that are on the rise this year, including using edimentals. What’s an edimental, you ask? Plants that are both edible and ornamental, and can include perennials, shrubs, and trees. Are you incorporating any of these growing trends in your garden?
Discover the drama that alocasia plants, also called elephant’s ear, can add to any sunny room with their bold foliage and reptilian patterns. Although many elephant ear plants can get quite large, jewel alocasias are compact, ranging from 1 to 2 feet tall, making them perfect for an eye-catching indoor focal point, whether displayed solo or in a group. Pictured center: The leafjoy ® 2024 Houseplant of the Year, Mythic ® Dragonite™ jewel alocasia (Alocasia melo). Photo by: Proven Winners.
When do you do your garden planning? Is it something that happens bit by bit throughout the year, or do you like to sit down and devote a good chunk of time to it all at once? Find out why planning during winter works well for many gardeners and what you can do now to ensure a more beautiful spring and summer. See what some of our friends have to say about winter planning as well: How I Plan Garden Projects in Winter – Erin from The Impatient Gardener It’s Garden Planning Season – Janey from Dig, Plant, Water, Repeat Winter: The Best Time to Work on Your Garden – Joe Lamp’l from JoeGardener
Start the new year off right with a webinar featuring Dan Benarcik from Chanticleer. If you’ve ever admired the stunning plant combinations at Chanticleer or have been captivated by photos of their gardens, then you don’t want to miss this!