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Grows Well In Containers
Grows Well In Containers
The secret to successful container gardening is choosing the right varieties. In our trials we’ve identified the following as container-friendly: they’re compact, thrive in small spaces (like greenhouses and patios), and produce high yields. Choose from a broad array of the best vegetables, herbs, fruits, and flowers for containers.
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Peione Leaf Parsley
Improved Giant of Italy-type; intermediate resistance to downy mildew.
New! Improved Giant of Italy-type with intermediate resistance to downy mildew.
75 Days
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Timeless Mix Ageratum
Classic filler in harmonious colors.
New! Classic filler in harmonious colors.
80 - 100 Days
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Prospera® Genovese Basil
Classic Genovese appearance plus downy mildew resistance.
New! Classic Genovese appearance plus downy mildew resistance.
68 Days
AAS (All-America Selections) Winners
Bright Lights Swiss Chard
Johnny's signature mix, the gold standard for multicolored Swiss chard.
The gold standard for multicolored Swiss chard.
28 baby; 55 bunching
Slowest to bolt, full bulky plants.
Slowest to bolt.
50-55 to leaf harvest; 120-150 to seed
Thin-walled and mild Japanese shishito pepper for cooking or salads.
Japanese shishito pepper for cooking or salads.
60 green; 80 red ripe
An excellent alternative to vegetative varieties.
An excellent alternative to vegetative varieties.
100 - 110 Days
Extra-large blooms with outstanding uniformity.
Extra-large blooms with outstanding uniformity.
50 Days
Well-known mix of singles and doubles.
Well-known mix of singles and doubles.
55 - 65 Days
Bolt-resistant variety with uniform, upright plants.
Bolt-resistant variety with uniform plants.
50-55 to leaf harvest; 120-150 to seed
Quicker, more reliable germination.
Quicker, more reliable germination.
80-100 stem tips; 120-180 bunches
A true Greek oregano with strong aroma and flavor.
A true Greek oregano.
80 - 90 Days
Best eucalyptus variety for fresh or dried bouquets.
Best variety for bouquets.
120 - 150 Days
Productive slow-bolting dill for field or container.
For field and container.
45-55 to leaf harvest; 95-115 to seed
Clear bright orange blooms are reminiscent of gerberas.
Clear bright-orange blooms are reminiscent of gerberas.
50 - 55 Days
AAS (All-America Selections) Winners
Cherokee Sunset Mix Rudbeckia (Black-Eyed Susan)
Large double flowers that bloom all summer long in a range of colors.
Large, double flowers in a range of colors.
100 - 120 Days
Tall, strong stems for cut flowers, also an excellent garden performer.
Tall, strong stems for cut flowers.
70 - 90 Days
Traditional OP, the standard variety in the South.
Traditional OP.
60 Days
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