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Five Must Have Plants for Spring

Here they are...the five plants you want to be on the lookout for this spring! From the patio container, to the hanging basket, to the landscape—Proven Winners® new plants for spring will help you bring spectacular color to the outside areas of your home. Easy to grow, easy to love….color your home with the help of Proven Winners®.



Supertunia® Pretty Much Picasso®


The unique bicolor of this Supertunia® has created a tremendous amount of interest from gardeners with its deep violet throat and softer violet petal which is surrounded by a chartreuse edge.

This vigorous plant is great alone or mixed in combination with other colorful varieties. Wherever you plant it, Pretty Much Picasso makes a striking focal point in the garden.

Superbells® Pomegranate Punch


Rich, velvety red flowers with a black throat and a striking yellow eye. This beauty is perfect in combinations or on its own in window boxes, hanging baskets or patio containers. Superbells offers superb heat tolerance and will hold its color all season long.



Superbells® Lemon Slice

Don’t forget about SUPERBELLS® Lemon Slice Calibrachoa! What is totally unique with this variety is the yellow and white pinwheel color pattern that has never been seen before in Calibrachoa. It has a mounding habit with the same superior Superbells® performance and disease resistance you rely on from Proven Winners®.




Summerific® Cherry Cheesecake


Another gorgeous addition to the popular SUMMERIFIC® series!  This year’s new gal on the block is a compact, well-branched and heavily budded selection that forms an attractive shrub-like clump of thick, leathery, maple-like dark green leaves. And the 8" blooms will stop traffic in any garden or neighborhood!




'Sweet Summer Love'


Wouldn't it be great if Sweet Autumn clematis flowered sooner and longer and came in other colors? Now it does! 'Sweet Summer Love' gives you everything you want: the flowers, the fragrance, the ease of growth and cranberry-violet blooms that start over a month earlier than others. 'Sweet Summer Love' will start blooming in July in the midwest and northeast, and will last until mid-September. 


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