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  • 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
     
  • Rudbeckia fulgida Goldsturm

    • Masses of long-lived golden yellow flowers with dark centers
     
  • 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
     
  • Rudbeckia hirta Denver Daisy

    • Compact, early flowering mid-sized series
    • Yellow flowers with dark centers all season
    • Recognized winner of several garden awards
     
  • Rudbeckia hirta Autumn Colors

    • Great landscape performer
    • Dark rustic shades
    • Size and Timing of Prairie Sun
    • Autumn colors shines in the fall!
     
  • 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
     
  • Salvia farinacea Evolution® Violet

    • Vigorous, well-branched and persistant
    • Ideal container plant
    • Versatile beauty that thrives in a wide range of climates and exposures
     
  • Salvia farinacea Victoria Blue

    • Deep blue flowers, dense habit
    • Excellent colour effect, nonstop bloomer
     
  • Salvia farinacea Fairy Queen

    • The newest addition to Benary's Salvia program, Fairy QUEEN brings a mystical, airy presence to the garden or mixed container
    • Dense blue flower spikes and buds create the backdrop for Fairy QUEEN's unique appearance
    • A small white spot on each sapphire blue flower creates the illusion of fairy dust. At 18" (45 cm), 'Fairy Queen' matches the height and habit of AAS winning Salvia 'Evolution'. Ist well-branched habit yields a significant number of flowers over deep green foliage. Like ist partner varieties 'Victoria Blue', 'Silver', 'Reference' and 'Evolution', 'Fairy Queen' is an excellent garden performer, flowering from spring through the first frost. This queen of the garden adds beauty and long lasting color to any sunny setting. 'Fairy Queen' is an excellent summer pot item and impressive when used in mass plantings in large beds. Combine Salvia 'Fairy Queen' with Begonia 'Nightlife Pink' and Delphinium 'Summer' series for a refreshingly cool garden presentation or make a bold statement by combining 'Fairy Queen' with Rudbeckia 'Corona'.
     

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