These low maintenance and durable plants and products leave a lasting impression with their easy outdoor style and vibrant appeal.
Kennett Square, PA (PRWEB) March 24, 2015
Warm weather and blooming foliage are on the horizon. In anticipation, Garden Media Group has released its much awaited 2015 Garden Superstars for Spring. Making an appearance on this year’s list are breathtaking patio plantings, chemical-free lawn care products and a new spin on a traditional garden flower.
Gardening expert for the Philadelphia firm, Susan McCoy, says, “Much of the winter is spent wishing for warmth and color. Now, it’s time to grow! These low maintenance and durable plants and products leave a lasting impression with their easy outdoor style and vibrant appeal.”
Garden Superstars will inspire and influence gardening and “green-living” amongst new demographics such as Hispanics and Millennials, as well as seasoned gardeners.
Here is Garden Media’s list of Garden Superstars for Spring 2015.
New Lily in Bloom.
Longfield Gardens celebrates spring with the new ‘Kaveri lily’ - a cross breed of two classics, the lily combines the bright colors and bud-count of Asiatic with the fragrance, strength and size of Oriental.
The Kaveri lily, taller and fuller than a typical Asiatic, has strong, 4-foot stems. It produces up to eight buds that open into large, upward-facing blossoms and feature an array rich, bold colors like yellow-gold, tangerine and brick red.
In addition to standing out in the garden, the lily also makes a statement in bouquets due to its long vase life.
The Kaveri lily blooms in early summer, right after peonies and irises. For best results, plant bulbs in a sunny location with well-drained, fertile soil.
‘Icing’ on Top.
Plant BrazelBerries’® new Pink Icing™ in a decorative patio pot, landscape or garden for continuous and consistent, electric color with the added benefit of an exquisite-tasting blueberry.
With breathtaking spring and fall foliage, Pink Icing™ is sure to standout in any garden. Spring brings a lovely new foliage color that has varying shades of pink mixed with blue and deeper greens. In winter, Pink Icing’s foliage takes on a stunning iridescent turquoise blue foliage hue, which looks striking when planted en masse.
Perfect for small spaces on patios or decks, Pink Icing will grow 3-4 feet tall with a slightly spreading habit. Enjoy its large, sweet berries during mid-summer. Grow in full sun in zones 5-10.
Safe Lawns for Children and Pets.
Organic lawns are not only beautiful; they’re also free of harmful chemicals pets can ingest or track inside. Espoma’s new Safe Paws campaign aims to equip responsible pet owners with tips to keep pets safe outdoors by avoiding the dangers of common lawn hazards.
Homeowners that use an organic fertilizer, such as Espoma’s annual feeding program, can rest easy knowing that their chemical-free lawns are safe for people, pets and the planet. It is possible to achieve a lush, green lawn with Espoma’s environmentally safe products that feed plants naturally, without the use of pesticides and other synthetic ingredients.
Surfinia® Sumo Plum Petunia.
Suntory’s new Surfinia Sumos are big and bold. The plants produce mega mounds of color, full of big flowers that are 2.5 – 3 inches.
This vigorous series is perfect for large containers, baskets and landscape beds. These plants perform best in full or partial sun in well-drained soil. Other colors in the collection include Sumo Pink and Sumo Bold Lilac. These colorful beauties are bred to show a multitude of huge flowers.
Suntory continues to be a leader in the industry by seeking continuous pride as a result of their wide varieties of plants with excellent garden performance and outstanding longevity.
For more exciting new plants and garden products for spring 2015, visit Garden Media.
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