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DARWIN PERENNIALS ® 2025

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2025 NEW

VARIETIES

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Coreopsis UpTick™ Gold ................................................ 37

2. Digitalis Arctic Fox™

Lemon Cream...........................44

3. Buddleia Chrysalis™

Steel Blue.....................................31

4. Phlox Spring Splash™

Lilac............................................. 106

5. Phlox Spring Splash™

Pink.............................................. 106

6. Veronica Skyward™

Lilac.............................................. 136

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Echinacea Sombrero ® Mandarin Mambo....................48

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Violet .......................................... 106 9. Delosperma Ocean Sunset™ Violet Flare.................................39 10. Sedum Shamrock..................................129 11. Echinacea Sombrero ® Fuchsia Fandango..................48 12. Lavandula Lavinnova ® Frost Pink.....................................76 13. Lavandula Lavinnova ® Frost Purple................................76 14. Agastache Summerlong™ Coral ................................................21 15. Agastache Summerlong™ Lemon ............................................21 16. Agastache Summerlong™ Magenta ........................................21 17. Achillea New Vintage™ Terracotta.....................................16 18. Saxifraga Marto™ Red ................................................ 123 19. Armeria Dreameria Hypnotic Dreams....................27 20. Lavandula Anouk Burgundy......................................74 21. Lavandula Anouk Doublescape..............................74 22. Lavandula Anouk Royal Anouk................................74 23. Saxifraga Marto™ Red Picotee..............................123

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Achillea........................................ 16, 18, 20 Agastache........................................... 21, 22 Alyssum........................................................ 26 Armeria.......................................................... 27 Artemisia...................................................... 29 Brunnera..................................................... 30 Buddleia........................................................ 31 Caryopteris................................................. 35 Centaurea.................................................... 34 Coreopsis.................................... 36, 37, 38 Delosperma............................................... 39 Delphinium.................................................. 41 Dianthus................................................ 42-43 Digitalis.......................................................... 44 Echinacea............................................ 45-48 Erysimum.................................................... 50 Eupatorium.................................................. 51 Gaura..................................................... 53, 54 Grasses.......................................................... 55 Helenium..................................................... 56 Helianthus................................................... 57 Heliopsis............................................... 57-58 Herbs..................................................... 59, 62 Heuchera............................................ 64-65 Iberis....................................................... 66, 67 Kniphofia ...................................................... 69 Lavandula................... 70, 71, 74, 75, 76 Leucanthemum..................... 77, 78, 80 Lysimachia.................................................. 82 Monarda.............................................. 83-85 Nepeta.................................. 87, 88, 91, 92 Oenothera................................................... 93 Penstemon............................... 94, 96, 97 Perovskia............................................. 98-99 Phlox.......................... 100, 101, 102, 106 Polemonium............................................. 111 Saxifraga.................................................... 123 Salvia..................... 112-115, 117, 120-122 Scabiosa..................................................... 124 Sedum............................................... 127-129 Stachys........................................................ 133 Verbena...................................................... 135 Veronica................................. 136-137, 139 Viola............................................................... 142 DARWIN PERENNIALS VARIETIES

Everyone at Darwin Perennials gets up each day to Color the World with perennials. Our production team is intense about executing all the details to provide consistent and reliable supply. Our marketing team gets crazy-excited about finding the best ways to share stories about our plants. Our technical team listens to your challenges and aspirations and brings that back to the development team. The development team works hard to make sure the products we bring forward are solution oriented. During our trialing, we collect as much information as possible to share with you the culture you need to grow the best plants possible. Beyond bringing exceptional products to market, our entire team is passionate about helping you, our customers, grow great plants. That’s why we put so much emphasis on providing education and easy-to-use production resources. For example, our YouTube channel is the go-to place for production education and getting a look at new varieties. Our Facebook videos are all about giving you a view of our in-person events, even if you can’t attend. And finally, our www.firstyearfloweringtool.com is a one-of-a-kind collaboration with Kieft Seed to bring the most comprehensive scheduling to a digital interface that is easy to use and fully accessible. We can introduce great new perennials but – at the end of the day – it’s really you, our customer, who has the opportunity to Color the World with perennials. We hope this catalog provides inspiration to build your ideas and ignite your passion for this coming year.

ICONS

Sincerely,

Attracts Hummingbirds

Seth R. Reed Sales & Marketing Manager 630 588-3473 SReed@darwinperennials.com

Deer Resistant

Cut Flower

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Phlox Garden Girls™ 'Dream Girl', pg 104

WALTERS GARDENS Always Expanding on the Finest Genetics Walters Gardens, Inc. has built their reputation on an extensive new plant development and hybridizing program to deliver the highest-quality perennial plant genetics in the market. We are excited to continue this partnership by offering their genetics from Darwin Colombia. The selection includes several new varieties, such as: NEW Agastache 'Pinky Pie'................................................................................................................................... 23 NEW Buddleia Monarch ® Cherry Royale................................................................................................... 32 NEW Phlox Garden Girls™ 'Dream Girl' (part of the Dream Girl series)............................. 104 NEW Veronica 'Da Vinci Delight'..................................................................................................................... 138

Buddleia Monarch ® Cherry Royale, pg 32

Turn the pages to see 90+ more varieties waiting for you!

TRUSTED BREEDER PARTNER

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Veronica 'Da Vinci Delight', pg 138

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Achillea Tutti Frutti 'Pomegranate', pg 17

Top Performers from MUST HAVE PERENNIALS ® Tried & Trusted™ Thanks to years of meticulous trialing and testing behind every plant, you can rely on Must Have Perennials to provide only the very best genetics. Look for these Must Have top performers available exclusively as unrooted cuttings through Darwin Colombia: Achillea Tutti Frutti 'Pomegranate'................................................................................................................................ 17 Buddleia Butterfly Gold ....................................................................................................................................................... 32 Campanula Blue Waterfall................................................................................................................................................ 33 Centaurea 'Amethyst in Snow'........................................................................................................................................ 36 Delosperma 'Mountain Dew'............................................................................................................................................ 40 Euphorbia 'Bonfire' (available as callused cuttings) ....................................................................................... 52 Leucanthemum Freak! ® ...................................................................................................................................................... 79 Lychnis Petite Jenny................................................................................................................................................................ 81 Rudbeckia 'Viette’s Little Suzy'.................................................................................................................................... 110

Delosperma ‘Mountain Dew', pg 40

Leucanthemum Freak! ® , pg 79

TRUSTED BREEDER PARTNER

Lychnis Petite Jenny, pg 81

Product information and culture charts at darwinperennials.com

4 | Must Have PerennialS

Saxifraga Marto Hot Rose, pg 123

FLORENSIS

Global Partners Florensis – our partner breeder and young plant producer in The Netherlands – has been providing professional growers with excellent plant propagation materials and solutions since 1941. With decades of experience in the perennials marketplace, our long-standing partnership with Florensis allows us to broaden our network and offer the most exciting, innovative varieties on the market. Introducing NEW Saxifraga Marto Each amazing variety: • Features a long bloom window. • Produces masses of flowers from March to June. • Endures a higher cold tolerance for more forgiveness in early frosts. The gorgeous colors of NEW Saxifraga Marto – Hot Rose, Red, Red Picotee and Rose – can be found on page 123. We are pleased to also offer these top-quality Florensis varieties from Darwin Colombia: Achillea Milly Rock™ series, featuring Red, Rose Yellow and Yellow Teracotta.................................................................................................................................... 18 Gaura Gaudi™ series, featuring Pink and Red.......................................................................... 52 Salvia Sensation ® Compact series, featuring Bright Rose, Deep Blue and Sky Blue............................................................................................ 116 Salvia Sensation ® Medium Deep Rose.......................................................................................... 116

Salvia Sensation ® Compact Sky Blue, pg 116

TRUSTED BREEDER PARTNER

Achillea Milly Rock™ Yellow Teracotta, pg 18

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We are here to help you grow better plants. Just ask our experts!

I love helping with propagation techniques. My 30 years in production have helped bring firsthand experience to customers.

Christopher Fifo Products Representative Cfifo@darwinperennials.com

I have worked in many facets of the perennials industry. I enjoy helping growers build better programs and can provide helpful production tips.

Darren Barshaw Products Representative Dbarshaw@darwinperennials.com

Looking for help after business hours? Check out our YouTube channel youtube.com/@darwinperennials.

6 | PERENNIAL TRAINING

Which one would you ship? When blooms can make or break a crop, you can’t afford to guess about timing.

Don’t guess. Visit FirstYearFloweringTool.com

FIRST YEAR FLOWERING TOOL | 7

Better Blooming. Better Performance. Better Availability.

After being trialed and evaluated for landscape performance across North America – and up to five years of market sales – we are pleased to present our top three Better Versions!

Lavender ‘SuperBlue’ is better than Lavender ‘Hidcote’ because of bigger blooms and a better habit in the landscape. pg 71

Nepeta Junior Walker ™ is better than Nepeta ‘Walker's Low’ because of earlier blooming in

Salvia ‘Blue by You’

is better than Salvia May Night because of earlier blooming, better habit and more reflushes throughout the season. pg 117

the landscape and a better habit that won't lodge open. pg 91

Product information and culture charts at darwinperennials.com

8 | Better Versions

Agastache Summerlong™ Coral, pg 21

Penstemon 'Cherry Sparks,' pg 96

Nepeta Junior Walker™, pg 91

Easily create a hummingbird-focused retail display by including these varieties: Agastache............................................................................................. 21-24 Buddleia................................................................................................ 31-33 Gaura....................................................................................................... 52-54 Heuchera.............................................................................................. 64-65 Monarda............................................................................................... 83-86 Nepeta.................................................................................................... 87-92 Penstemon.......................................................................................... 94-97 Phlox................................................................................................ 100-109 Salvia.................................................................................................... 112-122 Attracting hummingbirds is every gardener’s dream come true!

Veronica Skyward™ Pink, pg 136

To find hummingbird attractors throughout the catalog, look for this icon!

Gaura 'Little Janie', pg 53

Monarda BeeMine™ Pink, pg 85

Digitalis Arctic Fox™ Lemon Cream, pg 44

Buddleia Chrysalis™ Steel Blue, pg 31

Agastache Summerlong™ Lemon, pg 21

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The Journey of a cutting starts here... Darwin Colombia

Delivering to you in full. Delivering to you on time. Delivering to you with high quality.

Take a virtual tour of Darwin Colombia and see how we deliver to you in full and on time .

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Genesis ™ Callused Cuttings Mean More Success

The benefits of Genesis callused cuttings include: • Two weeks less in propagation. • More uniform rooting. • Less shrink. Reduced Crop Time and Decreased Loss Darwin Colombia has spent the last few years developing a proprietary process to bring Genesis callused cuttings to the market. We have extensively trialed this program with growers in North America and the results speak for themselves.

Lavandula Primavera

Callused Cuttings at 2 weeks

Unrooted Cuttings at 2 weeks

Available as Genesis Callused Cuttings Armeria.............................. 27 Artemisia................... 28-29 Buddleia ..................... 31-33 Euphorbia......................... 52 Herb-Rosemary �������������61 Iberis............................ 66-68 Lavandula… ............. 70-76 Perovskia................... 98-99 Salvia ........................112-122 Veronica.................136-140 Viola .......................... 141-142 Check our website, darwinperennials.com, for the most current list.

Buddleia Chrysalis™ Cranberry

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2025 DARWIN PERENNIALS TEAM

Karl Batschke General Manager KBatschke@ darwinperennials.com

Cristina Brusco Darwin Colombia General Manager CBrusco@darwinperennials.com

Catherine Blaney Vegetative Operations Manager CBlaney@darwinperennials.com

Seth Reed Sales & Marketing Manager SReed@darwinperennials.com

Sarah Greenwood Global Product Manager SGreenwood@ darwinperennials.com

Lisa Kelderhouse Darwin Operations Manager LKelderhouse@ darwinperennials.com

Mitchell Blocker Operations Specialist MBlocker@darwinperennials.com

Taylor France Operations Specialist TFrance@darwinperennials.com

Logan Valk Tissue Culture Business Manager LValk@darwinperennials.com

Sara Mellard Product Development Project Manager SMellard@darwinperennials.com

Marion Meesenburg Marketing Specialist MMeesenburg@ darwinperennials.com

Christopher Fifo Product Representative CFifo@ darwinperennials.com

Darren Barshaw Product Representative DBarshaw@ darwinperennials.com

Jennifer Tinerella Section Grower JTinerella@ballhort.com

Christine Huggins Assistant Grower/ Research & Development CHuggins@ballhort.com

Aubra Hickerson Assistant Grower & Research Development AHickerson@ballhort.com

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TEAM FAVORITES

“One of my all-time favorite Darwin Perennials varieties is Alyssum

Golden Spring. There really is nothing like it in the market! Its bright golden-yellow flowers and tough silver-green foliage bring a welcome splash of sunny color to Spring gardens when it’s needed the most.”

Alyssum Golden Spring, pg 26

Karl Batschke

“ Knifphofia Glowstick is my favorite because it has a really long bloom time – from midsummer until frost. When it's not blooming, it has an attractive, fine, grass-like foliage. It is unique because it is available as an unrooted cutting. It is such a super-cool plant!”

Kniphofia Glowstick, pg 69

Seth Reed

“Prelude™ Blue is a newer-to-the-market species of Nepeta with bigger leaves and flowers that add a dramatic look to the landscape. Lovely blueish-purple flowers appear in dense clusters from Spring into Summer and draw in a range of pollinators.”

Sarah Greenwood

“My favorite Darwin Perennial is Veronica Skyward™, especially the beautiful NEW Lilac. Skyward is an outstanding improvement upon the medium-sized Veronica that’s on the market. Skyward has a higher flower count, tougher mildew resistance and a stronger, upright habit that stands up to garden center traffic without breaking open.”

Veronica Skyward™ Lilac, pg 136

Nepeta Prelude™ Blue, pg 92

Christopher Fifo

“I love all our new Double Scoop™ Deluxe varieties, with Watermelon being the standout for me. The color, the flowers and the flower types are so amazing, they almost look fake! Every plant is uniform, with exceptional branching. The self-cleaning flowers last quite a long time, which means an extended shelf life. They’re so easy to produce!”

Darren Barshaw

Echinacea Double Scoop™ Watermelon Deluxe, pg 46

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Monarda BeeMine™ Red, pg 85

Bouquets for Days Take advantage of the cut flower garden trend by adding these top-performing perennials to your program: Achillea.................................................................................................. 16-20 Delphinium.................................................................................................... 41 Digitalis............................................................................................................ 44 Echinacea............................................................................................. 45-49 Lavandula.............................................................................................. 70-76 Leucanthemum............................................................................... 77-80 Monarda................................................................................................ 83-86 Perovskia............................................................................................... 98-99 Phlox................................................................................................. 100-109 Salvia..................................................................................................... 112-122 Veronica............................................................................................. 135-140

Phlox Ka-Pow ® White Bicolor, pg 101

To find cut flowers throughout the catalog, look for this icon!

Salvia 'Blue by You', pg 117

Echinacea Double Scoop™ Watermelon Deluxe, pg 46

Digitalis Arctic Fox™ Rose, pg 44

Product information and culture charts at darwinperennials.com

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A-Z LISTING

Grow your best season ever with more than 600 popular varieties!

ACHILLEA (YARROW) Achillea millefolium DARWIN PERENNIALS NEW VINTAGE™ SERIES

ACHILLEA NEW VINTAGE ™

FirstYearFloweringTool.com for easy scheduling

Height: 26 to 28 in. (66 to 71 cm) Bloom Months: April to September USDA Hardiness Zones: 4a to 9b • Bold colors mature to attractive shades instead of fading to brown, like other varieties. • Great for late-Spring, 2.5-qt. NEW Terracotta Masses of bold, terracotta-orange flowers on lacy foliage age to a complementary champagne-yellow color. Blooms attract pollinators. ‘Balvinterra’ TOP SELLER Violet ‘Balvinolet’ PP25,750 White ‘Balvinwite’ PP25,711 Tidy plant habit with no gap between foliage and flowers – outstanding in landscape. and 1-gal. programs. Red ‘Balvinred’ PP25,618 Rose ‘Balvinrose’ PP25,712

Rose

Red

Terracotta

Violet

White

Product information and culture charts at darwinperennials.com

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Achillea ‘Strawberry Seduction’

Achillea ‘Saucy Seduction’

Achillea Tutti Frutti ‘Apricot Delight’

Achillea ‘Sunny Seduction’

ACHILLEA (YARROW) Achillea millefolium

MUST HAVE PERENNIALS SEDUCTION SERIES

MUST HAVE PERENNIALS LITTLE MOONSHINE

Height: 23 to 27 in. (58 to 69 cm) Bloom Months: Mid-June to July USDA Hardiness Zones: 4a to 8b Excellent flowering uniformity with remarkably dense columnar habit. Saucy PP20,782 Strawberry PP18,401 Sunny PP20,808

Height: 9 to 12 in. (23 to 30 cm) Bloom Months: June to September USDA Hardiness Zones: 4a to 8b ‘ACBZ0002’ PP28,179 Similar to ‘Moonshine’ but more compact, with bright golden yellow flower clusters, gray-green foliage and very early blooming. ‘PAPRIKA’ Height: 24 to 30 in. (61 to 76 cm) Bloom Months: June to September USDA Hardiness Zones: 3a to 9b TOP SELLER Low, spreading plants have red blooms with yellow centers; gray-green, fern-like foliage.

MUST HAVE PERENNIALS TUTTI FRUTTI SERIES

Achillea Tutti Frutti ‘Pink Grapefruit’

Height: 22 to 29 in. (56 to 74 cm) Bloom Months: Mid-June to July USDA Hardiness Zones: 4a to 8b Outstanding compact habit is sturdy and full, with excellent flowering uniformity.

‘Apricot Delight’ PP18,738 ‘Pink Grapefruit’ PP20,741 ‘Pomegranate’ PP20,763

Achillea Tutti Frutti ‘Pomegranate’

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ACHILLEA (YARROW) Achillea millefolium FLORENSIS, B.V. MILLY ROCK™ SERIES

ACHILLEA MILLY ROCK ™

FirstYearFloweringTool.com for easy scheduling

Height: 10 to 12 in. (25 to 30 cm) Bloom Months: April to September USDA Hardiness Zones: 4a to 9a Known for its compact, mounding habit that holds together nicely all Summer long. Plants will bloom from late Spring until Fall. Ideal for 1-qt., 2.5-qt. and 1-gal. pot sizes. Red ‘FLORACHRE1’ PP31,757 TOP SELLER Rose

‘FLORACHRO1’ PP31,620 Yellow (pictured right) ‘FLORACHYE0’ PP33,259 Yellow Terracotta ‘FLORACHYE2’ PP35,113

MILLY ROCK is a U.S. trademark of Florensis, B.V.

Compact plant looks great in containers.

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Achillea ‘Sassy Summer Lemon’

Achillea ‘Sassy Summer Sangria’

ACHILLEA (YARROW) Achillea ‘CORONATION GOLD’ Height: 36 in. (91 cm)

WALTERS GARDENS

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SASSY SUMMER SERIES

Height: 28 to 32 in. (71 to 81 cm) Bloom Months: July to September USDA Hardiness Zones: 3a to 8b Taller, more substantial presence in the garden than other Achillea on the market. Lemon Bright sunny yellow flowers. PP31,693

Bloom Months: Mid-June to July USDA Hardiness Zones: 3a to 9b Large, deep yellow heads are excellent for drying. ‘MOONSHINE’ Height: 18 to 24 in. (46 to 61 cm) Bloom Months: June to September USDA Hardiness Zones: 4a to 8b Bright yellow flowers over silvery foliage; wide heads come in early Summer and are slow to fade. If cut back, more leaves – and sometimes flowers – appear later.

Sangria PP31,355 Sunset PP31,412 Taffy PP31,755

Achillea ‘Sassy Summer Sunset’

Achillea ‘Sassy Summer Taffy’

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Achillea Moon Dust

ACHILLEA (YARROW) Achillea hybrida DARWIN PERENNIALS MOON DUST

ACHILLEA (YARROW) Achillea ptarmica WALTERS GARDENS ‘PETER COTTONTAIL’

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FirstYearFloweringTool.com for easy scheduling Height: 12 to 14 in. (30 to 36 cm) Bloom Months: June to July USDA Hardiness Zones: 5a to 8b ‘Novaachdus’ PP25,838 Compact habit is perfect for containers.

Height: 18 to 24 in. (46 to 61 cm) Bloom Months: July to October USDA Hardiness Zones: 3a to 8b PP31,756 Low, mounding habit with singular, white flower clusters.

ACHILLEA (YARROW) Achillea x lewisii ‘KING EDWARD’

• Soft yellow blooms. • Silvery-green foliage. • Blends well with other colors in the garden.

Achillea ‘Peter Cottontail’

Height: 6 to 10 in. (15 to 25 cm) Bloom Months: Mid-June to July USDA Hardiness Zones: 3a to 8b Pale primrose-yellow flowers over woolly foliage.

Achillea ‘King Edward’

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AGASTACHE (MEXICAN GIANT HYSSOP) Agastache mexicana DARWIN PERENNIALS NEW FOR 2025 SUMMERLONG™ SERIES

AGASTACHE SUMMERLONG ™

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Height: 16 to 22 in. (23 to 30 cm) Bloom Months: April to September USDA Hardiness Zones: 7a to 10b • Earlier to bloom and longer lasting in full bloom for an extended sales window and better garden performance. • Easy to use in mixed deco pots for higher sales value. Coral Features delightful salmon-pink flowers. ‘Balsumlora’ PPAF Lemon Shines with yellow flowers. ‘Balsumlem’ PPAF Lilac Features pink-lilac flowers. ‘Balsumlilac’ Magenta Boasts purple-pink

flowers. ‘Balsumlmag’ Peach Sparkles with peach-colored flowers. ‘Balsumleac’ PPAF

Ideal for pollinator and Fall programs.

Coral, Lemon and Lilac

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Lemon

Lilac

Magenta

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AGASTACHE (ANISE HYSSOP, HUMMINGBIRD MINT) Agastache rugosa DARWIN PERENNIALS ‘LITTLE ADDER’

AGASTACHE ‘LITTLE ADDER’

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Height: 15 to 18 in. (38 to 46 cm) Bloom Months: April to September USDA Hardiness Zones: 5a to 9b PP26,514 • This mint family member is an outstanding source of nectar

for bees and butterflies. • Half the height of ‘Black Adder’ or ‘Blue Fortune,’ with better branching.

• Great show at retail and in the garden for better sell-through and repeat sales.

Three times the blooms of ‘Black Adder’ for three times the flower power.

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Agastache ‘Pinky Pie’

Agastache ‘Guava Lava’

AGASTACHE (ANISE HYSSOP, HUMMINGBIRD MINT)

AGASTACHE (ANISE HYSSOP) Agastache rupestris WALTERS GARDENS

WALTERS GARDENS NEW FOR 2025 ‘PINKY PIE’

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‘PEACHIE KEEN’ Height: 20 to 24 in. (51 to 61 cm) Bloom Months: August USDA Hardiness Zones: 6a to 9b PP25,886 Densely compact, rounded clump of aromatic, bright green foliage is topped with loads of apricot-peach flowers with complementary purplish-pink calyxes. Flowers for many months beginning in mid-Summer (earlier in warmer zones). Easy to grow.

Height: 18 to 20 in. (46 to 51 cm) USDA Hardiness Zones: 5a to 9b PPAF Compact, globe-shaped plants display long-lasting flowers. Displays a perfect habit for the front of borders. AGASTACHE (ANISE HYSSOP, HUMMINGBIRD MINT) Agastache WALTERS GARDENS TM ‘GUAVA LAVA’ Height: 20 to 22 in. (51 to 56 cm) Bloom Months: June to September USDA Hardiness Zones: 5a to 9b PPAF A dense, well-rounded Agastache that bursts to life in Summer

Agastache ‘Peachie Keen’

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‘ROSIE POSIE’ Height: 18 to 22 in. (46 to 56 cm) Bloom Months: August USDA Hardiness Zones: 6a to 9b PP25,857 TOP SELLER Densely compact, rounded clump of aromatic, bright green foliage is topped with loads of hot pink flowers with magenta-purple calyxes. Flowers for many months beginning in mid-Summer (earlier in warmer zones). Easy to grow.

with coral-orange flowers held on mauve calyxes.

Agastache ‘Rosie Posie’

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Agastache ‘Mango Tango’

Agastache ‘Blue Bayou’

AGASTACHE (ANISE HYSSOP) Agastache aurantiaca WALTERS GARDENS

‘PURPLE HAZE’ Height: 38 in. (97 cm)

Bloom Months: June to September USDA Hardiness Zones: 6a to 10b Cool violet-blue flowers last into Fall. AGASTACHE (ANISE HYSSOP, HUMMINGBIRD MINT)

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‘MANGO TANGO’ Height: 16 to 18 in. (41 to 46 cm) Bloom Months: August USDA Hardiness Zones: 6a to 9b PP28,747 Selected for its compact habit and vibrant flower color. Overall, the plant has a rich, mango- orange color. Individual flowers have dusky rose calyxes and light peach to dusky orange flowers. A deeper shade of orange than ‘Peachie Keen.’ Flowers cover the top three-quarters of the plant.

Agastache rugosa WALTERS GARDENS

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‘BLUE BAYOU’ Height: 16 to 18 in. (41 to 46 cm) Bloom Months: July to September USDA Hardiness Zones: 5a to 9b PPAF Long-lasting, lavender blue flowers attract bees, butterflies and hummingbirds. Dark calyxes remain attractive after the plant has finished blooming. This compact plant

Agastache ‘Blue Fortune’

AGASTACHE (MEXICAN HYSSOP) Agastache hybrid ‘BLUE FORTUNE’

has low water needs and excellent heat tolerance.

Height: 24 to 36 in. (61 to 91 cm) Bloom Months: June to September USDA Hardiness Zones: 6a to 9b Tall spikes of soft blue flowers with fragrant foliage.

TOP SELLER

Agastache ‘Purple Haze’

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Ajuga ‘Bronze Beauty’

Ajuga ‘Burgundy Glow’

Ajuga ‘Catlin’s Giant’

Ajuga ‘Mahogany’

AJUGA (BUGLEWEED) Ajuga reptans

AJUGA (BUGLEWEED) Ajuga x tenorii CHOCOLATE CHIP Height: 4 in. (10 cm) Bloom Months: May to June USDA Hardiness Zones: 3a to 9b ‘Valfredda’ • Mounded, dwarf form with narrow leaves and plenty of flowers. • Attracts hummingbirds. • Excellent for small spaces. • Vigorous and disease resistant. This dwarf Ajuga has miniature, narrow, chocolate-colored leaves and blue flowers that attract hummingbirds. It’s ideal for small spaces, at garden’s edge or in rock gardens. It pairs well with gold or variegated hostas or Japanese painted fern. Grows in moist soil in partial shade or part-day sun as its foliage can scorch in full sun.

‘BURGUNDY GLOW’

Height: 3 to 6 in. (8 to 15 cm) Bloom Months: May to June USDA Hardiness Zones: 3a to 9b

PLANTHAVEN INT’L, INC. ‘BLACK SCALLOP’ Height: 6 in. (15 cm) Bloom Months: May to June USDA Hardiness Zones: 4a to 8b

Blue flowers on pink and silver variegated leaves splashed with purple. Blue flower spikes of this

Compact habit shows off shiny, nearly black leaves with neat, scalloped edges and violet-blue flowers.

perennial plant complement its striking variegated leaves that display shades of white, purple, rose and green and change to deep bronze in the Fall. ‘CATLIN’S GIANT’ Height: 8 to 10 in. (20 to 25 cm) Bloom Months: May to June USDA Hardiness Zones: 3a to 9b Robust grower with bold leaves and large, dark purple flowers. ‘MAHOGANY’ Height: 4 to 6 in. (10 to 15 cm) Bloom Months: May to June USDA Hardiness Zones: 3a to 9b Dark burgundy to black foliage with bright blue flowers.

‘BRONZE BEAUTY’ Height: 8 in. (20 cm) Bloom Months: May to June USDA Hardiness Zones: 3a to 9b Deep bronze foliage topped by blue flower spikes.

Ajuga Chocolate Chip

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ALYSSUM Alyssum wulfenianum

ALYSSUM ‘GOLDEN SPRING’

DARWIN PERENNIALS ‘GOLDEN SPRING’ Height: 6 to 8 in. (15 to 20 cm) Bloom Months: April to May USDA Hardiness Zones: 4a to 9b PP25,710 • The first vegetative Alyssum of this species, with the largest flowers of its class. • Easy-to-grow, heat-loving, pest-free, hardy perennial. • Evergreen foliage. Exciting season extender brings a fresh class of “WOW” to the early-Spring flowering group.

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ARMERIA (THRIFT, SEA PINKS) Armeria pseudarmeria DARWIN PERENNIALS DREAMERIA ® SERIES

ARMERIA DREAMERIA ®

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Height: 10 to 12 in. (25 to 30 cm) Bloom Months: March to October USDA Hardiness Zones: 5a to 9a • Dreameria moves the genus from strictly early-Spring and late-Fall, cool-season perennial to season-long flowering. • Features large flowers on sturdy stems for an excellent color presentation. • Callused cuttings greatly enhance the grower’s ability to grow this crop. • Heat tolerant. • Tidy habit is perfect for landscape and patio containers. TOP SELLER ‘Daydream’ Shows bright pink flowers from Spring until Fall. PP29,381 ‘Dream Clouds’ Beautiful, pure-white variety provides nice accent color in Dreameria combos. PP33,597

‘Dream Weaver’ A deep rose-pink color. PP30,600 ‘Dreamland’

A dark salmon bloom. PP30,601 NEW ‘Hypnotic Dreams’ Large, unique, ruby red flowers. PPAF ‘Sweet Dreams’ Attractive lavender-mauve flowers. PP29,612 ‘Vivid Dreams’ Attractive, deep purple flowers. PP35,236

DREAMERIA is a registered trademark of Plants Management Australia. www.pma.com.au

‘Hypnotic Dreams’

The Dreameria series offers entirely new and unique breeding for the Armeria class.

‘Daydream’

‘Dream Clouds’

‘Dream Weaver’

‘Dreamland’

‘Hypnotic Dreams’

‘Sweet Dreams’

‘Vivid Dreams’

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Aster ‘Grape Crush’

Aster ‘Pink Crush’

Amsonia ‘Blue Ice’

Artemisia ‘Powis Castle’

Artemisia ‘Silver Mound’

Artemisia ‘Silver Brocade’

AMSONIA (BLUE STAR) Amsonia x hybrida ‘BLUE ICE’ Height: 16 in. (41 cm) Bloom Months: May to June USDA Hardiness Zones: 4a to 9b

ARTEMISIA (WORMWOOD) Artemisia stelleriana ‘SILVER BROCADE’ Height: 8 to 10 in. (20 to 25 cm) Bloom Months: July USDA Hardiness Zones: 3a to 8b Silvery foliage resembles Dusty Miller; outstanding for rock gardens and edging.

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‘PINK CRUSH’ Height: 20 to 24 in. (51 to 61 cm) Bloom Months: August to November USDA Hardiness Zones: 3a to 8b PP33,628 ‘Pink Crush’ produces a large, very round mound of densely packed flowers, bringing a refined look to Fall-blooming Asters.

Starry, blue blooms against narrow, bright green leaves that turn yellow in Fall.

ARTEMISIA (WORMWOOD)

‘PURPLE DOME’ Height: 20 in. (51 cm)

ASTER (NEW ENGLAND ASTER)

Artemisia arborescens ‘POWIS CASTLE’ Height: 24 to 30 in. (61 to 76 cm) Bloom Months: July USDA Hardiness Zones: 5a to 9b Features fine-textured, lacy silver foliage spikes that grow mounded and upright. Artemisia schmidtiana ‘SILVER MOUND’ Height: 6 to 12 in. (15 to 30 cm) Bloom Months: July USDA Hardiness Zones: 3a to 8b Compact, mounded plants have soft, silvery-gray foliage and small, yellow blooms. ARTEMISIA (WORMWOOD)

Aster novae-angliae WALTERS GARDENS

Bloom Months: August to October USDA Hardiness Zones: 4a to 9b Solid masses of purple flowers with yellow centers. ASTER Aster x frikartii ‘MOENCH’ Height: 24 in. (61 cm) Bloom Months: August to September USDA Hardiness Zones: 4a to 8b Deep blue flowers measure 2.5 in. (6 cm).

Aster ‘Purple Dome’

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‘GRAPE CRUSH’ Height: 26 to 30 in. (66 to 76 cm) Bloom Months: August to November USDA Hardiness Zones: 3a to 8b PP33,612 Bringing refinement to Fall- blooming Asters, ‘Grape Crush’ produces a large, very round mound of densely packed flowers.

Aster ‘Moench’

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ARTEMISIA (RUSSIAN WORMWOOD) Artemisia gmelinii DARWIN PERENNIALS SUNFERN™ COLLECTION Height: Varies by variety Bloom Months: Non-flowering USDA Hardiness Zones: 4a to 9a • This unique herbaceous perennial works as a companion plant in a container or in the landscape. • Plants are non-invasive and won’t spread. • Low maintenance and drought tolerant. Arcadia Height: 14 to 16 in. (36 to 41 cm) Features medium green leaves. ‘Balfernarc’ PP33.774 Olympia Height: 16 to 18 in. (41 to 46 cm) Dark green leaves with red stems. ‘Balfernlym’ PP33.775 SunFern is a novel collection with fern-like texture that thrives in full sun – the perfect accent plant.

ARTEMISIA SUNFERN ™

Arcadia

Olympia

Olympia

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Brunnera Frostline

Brunnera Permafrost

DARWIN PERENNIALS REINTRODUCTION FOR 2025 PERMAFROST Available as tissue culture-raised liners Height: 12 to 15 in. (30 to 38 cm) Bloom Months: April to May USDA Hardiness Zones: 4a to 9a ‘Balbrupost’ PPAF Large leaves with strong venation for shaded areas. • Brighten up your shade display with this large-leaf plant with strong veins. • Produces less Summer browning compared to the competition. • Ideal for the landscape. • Displays bright blue flowers in Spring.

DARWIN PERENNIALS REINTRODUCTION FOR 2025 FROSTLINE Available as tissue culture-raised liners Height: 10 to 12 in. (25 to 30 cm) Bloom Months: April to May USDA Hardiness Zones: 4a to 9a ‘Balbrufline’ PPAF Unique leaf pattern for more garden appeal! • Leaves feature a unique chartreuse halo not often found on Brunnera. • Displays strong, eye-catching leaf venation. • Bright blue flowers are an added bonus in Spring.

BRUNNERA (GREAT FORGET-ME-NOT) Brunnera macrophylla DARWIN PERENNIALS ‘FROSTBITE’ Available as tissue culture-raised liners Height: 6 to 9 in. (15 to 23 cm) Bloom Months: April to May USDA Hardiness Zones: 4a to 9a PP35,059 Perfect balance of silver-to-green foliage for shade gardens. • Heart-shaped leaves are slightly smaller, allowing production

in smaller containers. • Produces bright blue flowers in Spring.

Brunnera ‘Frostbite’

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BUDDLEIA (BUTTERFLY BUSH) Buddleia hybrid DARWIN PERENNIALS CHRYSALIS™ SERIES

BUDDLEIA CHRYSALIS ™

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Height: 20 to 28 in. (51 to 71 cm) Bloom Months: March to October USDA Hardiness Zones: 5a to 9a • Bred and selected for its abundance of flowers that attracts butterflies. • Compact series provides continuous blooming from Spring through late Summer. • Root hardy to USDA Zone 5 and stem hardy in warmer locations. • Tolerant of rain and has a high drought tolerance once established. • Downy mildew resistant. Blue ‘Balchrylu’ PP33,842 Cranberry ‘Balchryran’ PP33,845 Pink ‘Balchryink’ PP33,843 Purple ‘Balchryurp’ PP33,847 NEW Steel Blue Compact butterfly bush has lavender-blue blooms. ‘Balchryeel’ PPAF White ‘Balchryite’ PP33,846 Compact Chrysalis features an abundance of flowers and continuous blooming!

Blue

Cranberry

Pink

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Steel Blue

White

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Buddleia Monarch ‘Cherry Royale’

Buddleia Monarch ‘Blue Knight’

Buddleia Monarch ‘Glass Slippers’

Buddleia Monarch ‘Prince Charming’

Buddleia Butterfly Gold

BUDDLEIA (BUTTERFLY BUSH) Buddleia

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MONARCH ® SERIES Height: 50 to 60 in. (127 to 152 cm) Bloom Months: August to September USDA Hardiness Zones: 5a to 10b

MUST HAVE PERENNIALS BUTTERFLY GOLD Height: 72 in. (183 cm) Bloom Months: July to August USDA Hardiness Zones: 6a to 9b ‘BUDHUR99’ PP33,807 Yellow to white and green variegated foliage helps this plant stand out even before its blooms appear. Large, mauve-purple flower spikes bloom in Summer. A very fragrant and floriferous shrub with a dense, compact habit.

Gorgeous butterfly bush produces incredibly long, 10 to 12-in. (25 to 30-cm)

panicles of colorful blossoms, a favorite of Monarch butterflies. Incredible flower coverage on its dense clump of leaves. ‘Blue Knight’ Outward-facing flower panicles open light lavender-purple and deepen to blue-purple. PP28,178 NEW ‘Cherry Royale’ Gorgeous magenta-colored blooms stand out against a green, leafy background. PPAF ‘Dark Dynasty’ Royal purple, fragrant flowers. PP27,834 ‘Glass Slippers’ Silvery-green foliage and icy, periwinkle-blue blossoms. PP27,832 ‘Prince Charming’ Bright cerise- pink flower spikes. PP28,903 ‘Princess Pink’ Light appleblossom-pink flowers. PP33,665 ‘Queen of Hearts’ Vibrant magenta-red blossoms. PP27,987

Buddleia Monarch ‘Princess Pink’

BUDDLEIA (BUTTERFLY BUSH) Buddleia davidii ‘BLACK KNIGHT’ Height: 84 in. (213 cm)

Bloom Months: July to September USDA Hardiness Zones: 6a to 9b Deep blue-black flowers and silvery foliage.

MONARCH is a U.S. registered trademark of Walters Gardens.

Buddleia Monarch ‘Queen of Hearts’

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Buddleia ‘Pink Cascade II’

Buddleia ‘Lilac Cascade’

Buddleia ‘Grand Cascade’

Buddleia ‘Violet Cascade’

Campanula ‘Birch Hybrid’

Campanula Blue Waterfall

BUDDLEIA (BUTTERFLY BUSH) Buddleia WALTERS GARDENS TM ‘PINK CASCADE II’

BUDDLEIA (BUTTERFLY BUSH) Buddleia hybrida WALTERS GARDENS TM ‘GRAND CASCADE’ Height: 66 to 72 in. (168 to 183 cm) Bloom Months: September to October USDA Hardiness Zones: 5a to 10b PP30,868 Enormous, cascading, light lavender-purple flowers with substantial presence in the garden.

CAMPANULA (BELLFLOWER)

CAMPANULA (BELLFLOWER) Campanula poscharskyana MUST HAVE PERENNIALS BLUE WATERFALL Height: 8 in. (20 cm) Bloom Months: May to July USDA Hardiness Zones: 4a to 9b ‘Camgood’ Low-growing, vigorous, spreading habit with some repeat blooming in Fall; excellent in containers and baskets.

Campanula garganica ‘DICKSON'S GOLD’ Height: 4 to 6 in. (10 to 15 cm) Bloom Months: May to July USDA Hardiness Zones: 4a to 9b Blue, star-shaped flowers on golden foliage. CAMPANULA (BELLFLOWER) Campanula portenschlagiana ‘BIRCH HYBRID’ Height: 4 to 6 in. (10 to 15 cm) Bloom Months: June to August USDA Hardiness Zones: 4a to 7b A dwarf form with pale blue flowers.

Height: 48 to 54 in. (122 to 137 cm) Bloom Months: July to September USDA Hardiness Zones: 5a to 10b PP35,438 Large Butterfly Bush with appleblossom-pink flowers. 12-in. (30-cm) long panicles cascade down the plant, appearing to weep like a Bridalwreath Spirea. Seed set has not been observed on this plant, indicating it is likely sterile.

CARYOPTERIS (BLUEBEARD) Caryopteris clandonensis ‘DARK KNIGHT’

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‘VIOLET CASCADE’ Height: 48 to 54 in. (122 to 137 cm) Bloom Months: August to September USDA Hardiness Zones: 5a to 10b PP34,298 Deep purple flowers on a cascading habit similar to other Buddleia Cascade varieties. Plus, it has passed four years of sterility testing with no seed set.

BUDDLEIA (BUTTERFLY BUSH) Buddleia davidii WALTERS GARDENS TM ‘LILAC CASCADE’

Height: 24 to 36 in. (61 to 91 cm) Bloom Months: July to September USDA Hardiness Zones: 6a to 9b Purple flowers complement dark green foliage.

Height: 60 to 66 in. (152 to 168 cm) Bloom Months: August to November USDA Hardiness Zones: 5a to 10b PP33,844 The habit of this butterfly bush has panicles that cascade downward, like a waterfall. Features 12 to 18-in. (30 to 46-cm), huge, puffy panicles of pale lilac flowers.

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CENTAUREA (SNOWFLAKE DUSTY MILLER) Centaurea ragusina DARWIN PERENNIALS SILVER SWIRL

CENTAUREA SILVER SWIRL

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Height: 8 to 11 in. (20 to 28 cm) Bloom Months: June to July USDA Hardiness Zones: 6b to 9b ‘Balcentsirl’ PPAF • Plant has distinctive silvery white foliage with wavy leaf edges. • Ideal for combos and front- of-the-border plantings. • Offers better Winter hardiness than the competition.

Attract more attention to any display or landscape.

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Caryopteris ‘Emerald Crest’

Caryopteris ‘Gold Crest’

DARWIN PERENNIALS ‘GOLD CREST’

CARYOPTERIS (BLUEBEARD) Caryopteris x clandonensis DARWIN PERENNIALS ‘EMERALD CREST’

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Height: 28 to 36 in. (71 to 91 cm) Bloom Months: August to October USDA Hardiness Zones: 6a to 9a PP32,310 Colors will not fade in intense sunlight! • Shows beautiful golden foliage in Spring and Summer, accented by blue flowers in late Summer and Fall. • Features a mounded habit and broad leaves. • Ideal for 2.5-qt. pot size.

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Height: 28 to 36 in. (71 to 91 cm) Bloom Months: August to October USDA Hardiness Zones: 6a to 9a PP34,852 Provides a better finished plant with a high-impact color show! • A rare bright blue for Fall programs.

• Dense flower clusters in late Summer and Fall attract pollinators. • Compact plant has glossy green leaves and a nice, mounded habit.

DARWIN PERENNIALS GRAND BLEU ®

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Height: 48 in. (122 cm) Bloom Months: August to October USDA Hardiness Zones: 6a to 9b ‘Inoveris’ One of the best blue Caryopteris on the market. • Deep purple-blue flower clusters. • Compact, upright plant habit. • Blooms until first frost.

Caryopteris Grand Bleu

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Coreopsis ‘Golden Stardust’

Coreopsis ‘Super Star’

CENTAUREA (CORNFLOWER) Centaurea montana

CHRYSOGONUM (GREEN & GOLD) Chrysogonum virginianum ‘PIERRE’

DANZIGER “DAN” FLOWER FARMS SOLANNA™ GOLDEN SPHERE Height: 8 in. (20 cm) Bloom Months: May to September USDA Hardiness Zones: 5a to 9b ‘DECOREO16’ PP25,241

MUST HAVE PERENNIALS ‘AMETHYST DREAM’ Height: 20 in. (51 cm) Bloom Months: June to July USDA Hardiness Zones: 3a to 9b PP20,781 Unique “shingled” buds grow into showy, radiant, royal-purple blooms accented by softly haired, silver foliage. MUST HAVE PERENNIALS ‘AMETHYST IN SNOW’ Height: 14 in. (36 cm) Bloom Months: June to July USDA Hardiness Zones: 3a to 9b PP18,284 Lovely bicolor blooms in a striking new flower form with dense masses of silvery-green foliage. Ceratostigma plumbaginoides Height: 8 to 12 in. (20 to 30 cm) Bloom Months: April to September USDA Hardiness Zones: 5a to 8b Small blue flowers over shiny green foliage that turns bronze-red in Fall. CERATOSTIGMA (LEADWORT)

Height: 6 in. (15 cm) Bloom Months: May USDA Hardiness Zones: 5a to 9b Yellow daisy flowers on soft green foliage clumps.

Bright yellow, fully double flowers on a compact habit with lance-shaped foliage. SOLANNA is a U.S. trademark of Danziger “Dan” Flower Farms.

COREOPSIS (TICKSEED) Coreopsis hybrida DARWIN PERENNIALS ‘GOLDEN STARDUST’

DARWIN PERENNIALS ‘SUPER STAR’

Centaurea ‘Amethyst Dream’

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Height: 14 to 16 in. (36 to 41 cm) Bloom Months: March to November USDA Hardiness Zones: 5a to 9a PP30,805 Largest flowers – 2.5 to 3 in. (6 to 8 cm) – of any Coreopsis on the market.

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Height: 12 to 14 in. (30 to 36 cm) Bloom Months: March to November USDA Hardiness Zones: 5a to 9b PP30,770 This Coreopsis is carefree and easy to grow! • Produces abundant, star-shaped flowers throughout the

• Similar habit and garden performance to UpTick™. • Mildew resistant.

growing season. • Self-branching. • Mildew resistant. • Excellent heat tolerance.

Centaurea ‘Amethyst in Snow’

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COREOPSIS (TICKSEED) Coreopsis hybrida DARWIN PERENNIALS UPTICK™ SERIES

COREOPSIS UPTICK ™

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Height: 12 to 14 in. (30 to 36 cm) Bloom Months: March to November USDA Hardiness Zones: 5a to 9b • Tidy, mounded habit is easier to ship and shows better at retail. • Keeps its shape – and continuous color – in the landscape all Summer long.

• Low maintenance and very mildew resistant.

Cream This clean, creamy white is highly desired for landscape design. ‘Balupteam’ PP28,964 Cream & Red ‘Balupteamed’ PP28,866 NEW Gold Large, golden-yellow flowers are ideal for deco pots. ‘Baluptold’ PPAF TOP SELLER Gold & Bronze ‘Baluptgonz’ PP28,882 Red Nearly fully red in Spring; red with yellow petal tips in Summer. Mounded habit is similar to Yellow & Red. ‘Baluptred’ PP33,866 Yellow & Red ‘Baluptowed’ PP28,865 Easy-to-finish series has bigger flowers and longer blooming for more color at retail and in the garden.

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Cream

Red

Cream & Red

Gold & Bronze

Yellow & Red

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