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2020 AAS Winners

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All these varieties have been tested by horticulture professionals for superior garden performance. Only if they outperformed similar varieties in the market do they earn the AAS award designation.

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2020 AAS Winners

  1. 1. All-America Selections: 2020 Winners
  2. 2. Coleus Main Street Beale Street • Deep red foliage doesn’t fade nor spot • Holds color all season • Later to bloom than comparisons • For full sun to full shade • Uniform height • Ideal for borders, mass plantings and containers • 12-16” spacing
  3. 3. Cucumber Green Light F1 • High yielding mini cucumber • Great for vertical gardens • 3-4” long fruits • 20” garden spacing • 5’ vines
  4. 4. Delphinium Cheer Blue F1 • Bright blue flowers • Seed propagated • Compact habit • Very uniform • Great for bedding, containers and landscape • 8-10” spacing
  5. 5. Echinacea Sombrero® Baja Burgundy • Vibrant deep violet-red blossoms • Holds color all season • Very hardy (zone 5), sturdy stems • Very floriferous from summer to first frost • Uniform Deer resistant • 18-24” spacing
  6. 6. Nasturtium Tip Top Rose • Strong yet compact • Unique and showy rose colored flowers • More floriferous than comparisons • Flowers don’t fade • Healthy plants all season • Flowers and leaves are edible • 13-15” garden spacing
  7. 7. Pea Snak Hero • Long slender 4” pods • Super sweet taste • Stringless, edible pods • Frequent harvesting increases production • Great early-season crop • 12-24” garden spacing
  8. 8. Pumpkin Blue Prince F1 • Early maturing • Better yield • Excellent taste and texture • Beautiful blue color • 12” fruits weigh 9 pounds • 1-2’ garden spacing • 5’ vines
  9. 9. Rudbeckia x American Gold Rush • Bright, golden-yellow flowers • Upright, dome-shaped habit • Drought and heat tolerant • Very floriferous from July-September • Resistant to Septoria leaf spot • 18-24” spacing
  10. 10. Tomato Apple Yellow F1 • Unique, apple-shaped fruits • Produce up to 1,000 fruits per plant • Great taste and texture • Good disease resistance • Small, 1-ounce fruits • 2’ garden spacing • 6’ vines
  11. 11. Tomato Buffalosun F1 • Heirloom flavor but better texture • High yielding • Less cracking • Fusarium resistance • Verticillium resistance • TSW resistance • Late Blight resistance • 70 days to maturity from transplant • 5-6’ vines
  12. 12. Tomato Celano F1 • Patio type grape tomato • Strong bushy habit is semi-determinate • Early maturity • Good disease resistance • Small, 1-ounce fruits • 2’ garden spacing • 6’ vines
  13. 13. Tomato Chef’s Choice Bicolor F1 • First bicolor in Chef’s Choice series • Heirloom look with hybrid yield • Large fruits weigh 7-8 oz. • 75 days to maturity from transplant • 12-14” garden spacing • 5’ indeterminate plants need staking
  14. 14. Tomato Early Resilience F1 • Rounded Roma great for canning and cooking • Determinate bushy plants don’t need to be staked • Good resistance to Blossom End rot • 2” blocky fruits • 2’ garden spacing • 24” vines
  15. 15. Tomato Galahad F1 • High level of Late Blight resistance • Sweet mild fruits • Large fruits weigh 12 oz. • 75 days to maturity from transplant • 24” garden spacing • 4’ indeterminate plants need staking
  16. 16. Watermelon Mambo F1 • Sweet crisp flesh holds well and doesn’t overripen • Very early maturity • 9”, 11 pound fruits • 75 days to maturity from transplant • 10’ garden spacing • 12’ vines
  17. 17. Zinnia Holi Pink F1 • Vibrant color on 3” blooms • Compact plants for low, uniform color • Disease resistant • Drought, heat and humidity tolerant • 13-15” garden spacing
  18. 18. For More…www.aaswinners.com

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