New Perennial Varieties Guide
The New Perennials Varieties Guide is your guide to the latest perennial flower varieties from breeders around the world. Every year the Greenhouse Management varieties guide covers the newest introductions — from achilleas to veronicas — along with accompanying colorful, high-resolution photos.
Some top perennial plant varieties from the 2018 New Perennial Varieties Digest include:
From left to right: Winter White from Syngenta Flowers, Luckhoffii-Hybr. from Jelitto Perennial Seeds and Sky Blue Marvel from Darwin Perennials
Photo courtesy of respective breeders
Winter White from Syngenta Flowers is a compact and grower-friendly habit ideal for smaller containers. Low chilling requirements makes production easy to schedule. A great match to other early spring perennials like Saxifraga and Aubrietia.
Orange, red, pink, white to yellow — a very colorful mix with a mostly lighter center and green foliage. Luckhoffii-Hybr. from Jelitto Perennial Seeds is drought tolerant and can be used for xeriscaping and in waterwise designs. Attractive for butterflies and other pollinators. Moderate self-sowing at suitable locations. Easy to grow. Quick, one-year culture possible.
The Marvel family has the largest flowers of any Salvia nemorosa on the market. Sky Blue Marvel from Darwin Perennials is a light blue addition to the series and has the same great habit as Blue and Rose Marvel. Enjoy a stunning display of color in spring and summer, with little to no maintenance required. Bloom months are March to September. Height: 14 to 16 inches. Spread: 12 to 14 inches. USDA hardiness zones: 4a to 9b.
To view the full list of our 2018 New Perennial Varieties guide, click here.
To view the 2017 New Perennial Varieties Guide, click here.