Spring to Summer
Create new markets with Sun Parasol® Garden Crimson – the first true bedding plant mandevilla. Plants produce large, crimson blooms in 4-inch pots. Powerful branching creates low breaks in the plant, which leads to more blooms.
Sun Parasol® Giant Mandevillas are superior disease resistance and the ability to produce even more large flowers. They have a vigorous growing habit, coarse foliage and are natural climbers suitable for patios, balconies and as house plants in sunny areas. They are the classic mandevilla.
The Original Sun Parasol® Mandevillas have the widest color range, including the first stable dark red and crimson, shades of pink, white and novelties. Plants have good branching, neat foliage and are natural climbers.
The Pretty Group, which comes in Pink, Crimson, Deep Pink and Deep Red, offers superior branching and vigorous growth. Flower size is the same as the original group, but foliage is glossy, thinner and more vining. Pretty varieties also are more cold tolerant. This group will bring added value to Sun Parasol® and will indicate high quality and standards.
Sundiascia® is a completely new form of diascia that offers market benefits along with a stunning show of colors. This new shape also saves growing and shipping space and prevents breaks from the center. Exceptional display of blooms over a very long period.
More robust than other Diascia with longer flower spikes, they will give a stunning display in containers and borders all summer long and into the autumn.
Suntory® Lobelia was bred for heat tolerance and offers good summer performance, a trend in Lobelia breeding. Suntory® is available in four colors – Compact Sky Blue, Compact Pink Compact White and Compact Blue. It is upright with dense and heavy flowering.
Sunvillea® is opening up new possibilities for bougainvillea. Sunvillea® comes in Rose (bright fuchsia color), Pink (soft pink), and Cream (really soft yellow).
Sunvillea® Bougainvilleas debuted in the United States at the Tropical Plant Industry Exposition in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., and were a big hit, winning ‘The Best New Flowering Plant’ Award based on attendee votes in 2011.