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Dümmen Orange launched a myriad of new kinds, improvements and shades at Solid 2021. From genuinely shiny white impatiens to additions to the well known Major Street Coleus line to a scented begonia, see what they had in retailer.

 

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Petticoat New Guinea impatiens

Getting the best of the sequence Petticoat and Tamarinda and including new genetics, the 22 varieties of Petticoat offer each strong and novelty alternatives. The MPS generation adds sustainability, total with integrated pest management generation. The carbon footprint is incredibly reduced, according to Dümmen.

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Main Street coleus

The popular Major Street Coleus is sunlight- and shade-tolerant, late to flower and remarkably mildew resistant. It is terrific for combination containers and in the landscape with great shelf lifetime at retail. The uniform size can make them effortless container solutions with a equivalent vigor and timing all through the sequence. It can even expand indoors under low light-weight. And for the purchaser, it will keep healthy spring by summer months. New to the line are Young Street, Orchard Street and Venice Boulevard.

 

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Angelonia Aria

Vigorous and upright, this new Angelonia augustifolia is warmth-tolerant and performs effectively in the landscape. With no pinching and no PGRs expected, it is an easy solution for growers.

 

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I’conia begonia 

Quite a few collection inside the I’Conia brand released in 2015 and many new introductions have been announced for the 2019 retail period. New this yr is the 1st aromatic solution in the I’conia begonia line: I’conia Scentiment Peachy Eager. Also new is the bicolor I’conia Lemon Berry. Quick to department and very challenging, it offers masses of sophisticated, vivid bouquets that persist throughout the season.

 

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Calibrachoa Rainbow ‘Pink Pepperberry’

The Rainbow calibrachoa sequence is the latest addition to the Dümmen genetics portfolio. Significant vigor and a penchant for modifying its bloom shades centered on environmental disorders are two properties that should make this new sequence a well-known a single with property owners, landscapers and plant potential buyers all over the place.

 

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Roller Coaster collection New Guinea impatiens ‘Valravn Violet’

Upright advancement habit and a distinctive flower shape (ruffled petals) with enormous double petals allows make a much more three-dimensional outcome in the garden. This New Guinea will also bloom quicker than numerous of its counterparts, building it a excellent candidate for early spring product sales. Cuttings are accessible via Dümmen’s Basewell technique, enabling growers to hurdle above the propagation section and likely shave almost a month off the generation cycle. 

 

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Tik Tok calibrachoa

The new orange (seen over) and pink alternatives of Tik Tok calibrachoa be part of last year’s introductions of blue, rose and grape. Extremely early to bloom and daylength neutral, they are medium vigor with a semi-trailing routine, producing them ideal for landscape and container use. The two new hues are also provided in the Clockworks Confetti Backyard blend.

 

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Garden Party Pollinator’s Paradise mixtures

Combining each annuals and perennials, these mixes are specifically picked to attract possibly bees, hummingbirds or butterflies, offering a range of styles and measurements for distinctive pollinating friends. Pollinator’s Paradise, released in 2021, performs perfectly when planting all the elements as rooted liners alongside one another, ensuring an even complete of bloom instances and habits across all kinds. The perennials picked for the combinations are initially-yr flowering, so they will match up completely in the greenhouse with the annuals. Over are Hummingbird Nectar, still left, and Hummingbird Wing.