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  • Portulaca grandiflora Stopwatch Mix

    • More than 10 days earlier to flower than other competing compact varieties
    • Compact, mounding habit ensures that plants grow more upright
    • Best variety for packs
     
    • 9-11 weeks
    • 5″ / 13 cm
    • Sun
    • Multi-pelleted & Raw
  • Portulaca grandiflora Sundial Mix

    • Earliest type
    • Vigorous, well branched habit
    • Fills pots and packs quickly
     
    • 8-10 weeks
    • 5″ / 13 cm
    • Sun
    • Multi-pelleted & Raw
  • Ptilotus exaltatus Joey®

    • Sun Loving Beauty
    • Totally new genus from Australia
    • Thrives in hot, dry conditions
    • Increase Your Sales with Joey®
    • Joey® is truly a breeding breakthrough
    • Short crop times of 12-16 weeks allow for quick returns on this truly unique crop
     
    • 12-16 weeks
    • 13″ / 34 cm
    • Sun
    • ApeX
  • Ricinus communis Carmencita Bright Red

    • Seeds are poisonous, do not eat or feed and keep away from children!
     
    • 9-10 weeks
    • 59″ / 150 cm
    • Sun
    • Raw
  • Rudbeckia hirta Autumn Colors

    • Great landscape performer
    • Dark rustic shades
    • Size and Timing of Prairie Sun
    • Autumn colors shines in the fall!
     
    • 15-18 weeks
    • 22″ / 55 cm
    • Sun
    • Coated
  • Rudbeckia hirta Prairie Sun

    • Prairie Sun has very large flowers with light yellow tips on golden petals that encircle a green center
    • This variety looked so bright and sunny in more than 70 Fleuroselect and All American Selections field trials that judges ruled Prairie Sun a winner in North America and Europe
    • Prairie Sun's unique colour combination and sturdy habit make this variety a winner in any garden location
    • Slightly more vigorous and 1 wk. later
    • Massive blooms = excellent cutflowers
     
    • 15-18 weeks
    • 30″ / 75 cm
    • Sun
    • Coated
  • Rudbeckia hirta Sonora

    • SONORA has an extraordinary colour combination with a large mahogany ring on bright golden yellow petals
    • The very large flowers 5-6" (12-15 cm) and unique colour of SONORA make it a great impulse item at the retail level and an instant winner in the garden
    • SONORA is a slightly larger plant than the Toto® series but offers the same great variety of uses
     
    • 19″ / 48 cm
    • Sun
    • Coated
  • Rudbeckia hirta Maya

    • Benary is proud to present MAYA, the world's first dwarf, double flowering Rudbeckia
    • The compact habit of MAYA adds a new and interesting form to the wide assortment of Benary’s Rudbeckias
    • Fully double flowers abound on this durable summer garden performer
    • Strong stems hold the 3.5-4.5" (9-12 cm) bright yellow flowers upright
    • Plantings of MAYA resemble a bed of brightly coloured tennis balls
    • Fleuroselect awarded MAYA the Gold Medal for its outstanding field performance
    • MAYA also makes an excellent choice for a specimen plant in containers or mixed combination pots
     
    • 18″ / 45 cm
    • Sun
    • Coated
  • Rudbeckia hirta Toto® Mix

    • Compact and early
    • Most dwarf, uniform, fastest flowering
    • Excellent branching & flowering requires no PGR's
     
    • 12-14 weeks
    • 14″ / 35 cm
    • Sun
    • Coated

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