Echinacea Pow Wow Wild Berry
This is a perennial grown from seed that flowers the first year.
Echinacea Pow Wow White
The U of I is expecting this perennial to come back strong this year.
At the end of the growing season the plants are rated by the University of Illinois researchers and also the public who can visit and write down their favorites on a survey.
Gomphera All Around Purple
Coleus Versa Crimson Gold
The seeds are planted in the spring with most of the flowers being annuals with some perennials that bloom from seed the first year.
Marigold Moonsong Deep Orange
Zinnia Profusion Knee High
Zinnia Uproar Rose
Angelonia Angel Mist Spreader Purple
They are tended by volunteers from the Illinois Master Gardener Program and noted for floriferous traits, long blooming period, color and disease resistance.
Impatiens Sun Spreading Corona
Impatiens Sun Compact Magenta
These are all 2010 Winners, some winners nationally and all deemed winners by the University of Illinois Horticulture Department
Begonia Inferno Pink
My feelings are if anything could be a winner for the summer of 2010 it must be great!