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Sweet potato vines are essential components for container combinations that perform admirably across North America in sun and part shade. This year, we’ve improved the habit of our popular Sweet Caroline Bewitched to make it easier for growers to use in combinations. We’ve also added a lime green selection to pair with it perfectly, and given the purple selection in our Sweet Caroline Sweetheart line an extra boost of deep purple, colorfast pigment. It’s a good year for Ipomoea!

Evergreen shrubs are the ideal plants for low maintenance landscapes where they are cold hardy and durable. Discover the broad range of forms, textures and species available for use as hedges, upright accents, groundcovers and flowering fillers here.

Proven Winner Perennials

Notice how the first pot has the eyes barely visible while in the second pot they are completely exposed. The difference is seemingly slight but very crucial for the successful growing bare root baptisias.

It’s time to think about spicing up the landscape with Proven Winners annuals. From a groundbreaking Calibrachoa for in-ground plantings to a rainbow of Supertunias, you'll find something to suit every garden style. Here are our top ten recommended annuals for landscapes.

Solve one of the biggest issues with hydrangeas—unreliable bloom—by planting panicle hydrangeas from Proven Winners. Whether you’re looking to plant a living screen or fill patio pots, there’s a hydrangea to fit your needs.

Sunsatia® Blood Orange

Fall is an ideal time to work outdoors--conditions are ripe for planting and the crisp, clear air is invigorating. Create a bounty of beauty this fall with season-extending annuals, perennials and shrubs from Proven Winners. Here are ten excellent picks.

Tired of planting the same thing every year for shade? Try these unique ideas.

Hostas and Yews are dependable standbys for shade, but there are many alternatives you may not have considered yet. Calycanthus, Itea, Tiarella and Coleus light up shady landscapes with their colorful foliage and fragrant blooms. Here are ten different shade plants you can use to give your clients’ shade gardens a little more spunk. Try pairing them with the unique shade planting partners suggested with each item.

Today’s busy gardeners want and need low maintenance landscapes. They desire a beautiful yard but often don’t have the time or expertise to achieve the look they want. Do them a favor and offer these low maintenance annuals, perennials and shrubs to guarantee their success.

North Pole Thuja (arborvitae)

Winter can be a drab time for gardens but interesting plants can be added for winter color and interest. Some key essentials for winter gardens are exfoliating bark, stem color, berries, foliage and texture.

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