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Plants: Proven Winners ColorChoice Flowering Shrubs

Plants: Proven Winners ColorChoice Flowering Shrubs

Plants: Proven Winners® ColorChoice® Flowering Shrubs

 

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Adding color to your garden has never been easier. Proven Winners ColorChoice flowering shrubs are a unique selection of new shrubs with exciting color and unsurpassed performance.

 

Proven Winners ColorChoice Flowering Shrubs is an international network of plant breeders that have set out to change the way people view shrubs. The result is a selection of shrubs with the color and excitement once reserved for only perennials and annuals. Proven Winners ColorChoice is not just another brand of plants. They are a select group of new, colorful, easy growing plants selected specifically for the North American gardener. Proven Winners search the world for the best new plants and test them to make certain you get only the best performing, most colorful varieties.

 

 

How a New Plant Becomes a Proven Winners ColorChoice Variety

 


A new plant must prove itself as superior to get into the Proven Winners ColorChoice program. Novelty alone is not enough. Potential varieties are evaluated against existing varieties in side by side evaluations and are graded on the following criteria:

 

  •  Is the plant an improvement over current selections?
  •  Is it a healthy growing plant, with superior disease and pest resistance?
  •  Does the plant have multiple seasons of ornamental interest?
  •  Does the plant serve a new or unique function in the landscape?
  • Will it grow in a container?

 

If a new variety scores well in this initial evaluation, it's then subjected to a production evaluation. If a plant performs well in production, it's then made available to progressive growers across North America. Look for the distinct PW tag to be assured you are getting an authentic, true to name, Proven Winners plant.

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