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All-America Selections

AAS (All-America Selections) recognizes a flower or vegetable for significant achievements, proven to be superior to all others on the market.

It is the oldest, most established international testing organization in North America.

It was founded in 1932 and the first AAS Winners were announced a year later, after the results were tabulated for the first trial garden.

AAS Winners have been introduced every year since 1933.





 

Back to Plant Gallery    |   New Introductions 2007


We have access to the newest and most exciting plant material available on the market today and we want to share it with you! Take a look and get some great new ideas for your yard or garden.



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Flowers 2007

 

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2007 New Variety

Alyssum 'Wonderland Mulberry Mix'
(Lobularia maritima)

XX 
2007 New Variety

Amaranthus 'Dreadlocks'
(Amaranthus caudatus)

XX 
2007 New Variety

Astilbe 'Astary Mix'
(Astilbe arendsii)

 XX
2007 New Variety

Begonia F1 'Go Go Light Yellow'
(Begonia tuberosa)

 X 
2007 New Variety

Begonia F1 'Nonstop® Mocca Mix'
(Begonia tuberhybrida)

 X 
2007 AAS Flower Award Winner

Celosia 'Fresh Look Gold'
(Celosia plumosa)

X  
2007 New Variety

Dianthus F1 'Noverna Clown'
(Dianthus barbatus)

XX 
2007 New Variety

Geranium F1 'Maverick Scarlet Eye'
(Pelargonium x hortorum)

XX 
2007 New Variety

Geranium 'Nano Mix'
(Pelargonium x hortorum)

XX 
2007 New Variety

Isolepis 'Live Wire'
(Isolepis cernua)

XX 
2007 AAS Bedding Plant Award Winner

Petunia F1 'Opera Supreme Pink Morn'
(Petunia x hybrida)

X  
2007 New Variety

Sunflower 'Sunny Smile'
(Helianthus annuus)

X  
2007 AAS Bedding Plant Award Winner

Vinca 'Pacifica Burgundy Halo'
(Catharanthus roseus)

XX 

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Vegetables 2007

 

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2007 New Variety

Carrot F1 'Ya Ya'
(Daucus carota)

X  
2007 New Variety

Cauliflower F1 'Veronica'
(Brassica oleracea Romanesco)

X  
2007 New Variety

Eggplant 'Sweet African Orange'
(Solanum aethiopicum)

X  
2007 New Variety

Lettuce 'Garden Babies'
(Lactuca sativa)

XX 
2007 New Variety

Pea, Snap 'Sweet Ann'
(Pisum sativum)

X  
2007 AAS Vegetable Award Winner

Pepper F1 'Holy Molé'
(Capsicum annuum)

X  
2007 New Variety

Pumpkin F1 'Hooligan'
(Cucurbita pepo)

X  
2007 New Variety

Tomato F1 'Champion II'
(Solanum lycopersicum)

X  
2007 New Variety

Tomato F1 'Golden Rave'
(Solanum lycopersicum)

X  
2007 New Variety

Tomato F1 'Sweet Hearts'
(Solanum lycopersicum)

X  
2007 New Variety

Watermelon 'Katanya'
(Citrullus lanatus)

X  
2007 New Variety

Watermelon F1 'Yellow Buttercup'
(Citrullus lanatus)

X  

 




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Gardening-tip:



Keep that Parsley Coming

Parsley is a biennial, often grown as an annual. Plants prefer full sun, but will survive in partial shade.

Parsley can be picked fresh throughout the season, but for use in the winter, cut the leaves in the fall, and dry or freeze them.


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