New Perennials For 2023 – Thanks to Ball Horticultural for collaborating with me on this post. As always, all words, opinions and plant preferences are my own.
I can’t help but feel a little like a kid in Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory (the Charlie boy, he’s not a bad guy) as I watch the new crop before it goes out into the world. It’s interesting to see what plant breeders come up with and what plant hunters come up with.
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Sometimes new plants are an improvement over existing ones, offering disease resistance or more flowers or stiffer stems. Sometimes it’s just a new color or a different size. New plants aren’t always better, but they are fun.
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I recently spent some time learning about some of the new crops coming out next year from Ball Horticultural, one of the largest independent crop development companies in the world. While taking a tour of their show garden at their West Chicago headquarters, I couldn’t help but pick out a few favorites that will be available next year. Do not hesitate to dream.
Kudos to whoever was in charge of naming this new petunia SureShot, because it really does remind you of blueberries and cream. The floral picotee fringes are actually cream instead of white, which makes the color combination really fun. Unlike some multi-colored petunias, the cream border of these flowers appears uniform regardless of lighting. Sometimes the buds on the bottom of a plant don’t have much color, but that doesn’t seem to be the case with this plant.
SureShot blueberry and cream petunias pair well with bee’s knees petunias to create a fun and well-rounded planter.
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I’m going to stand right here and predict that this new line of mildew-resistant impatiens called Glimmer Double Impatiens will be a smash hit. The flowers look like miniature roses which are fun, but now think about the ones that grow in the shade. There are seven colors in this series, but the soft pink Appleblossom is sure to win hearts. They can also be grown in the sun, but it would be nice to have them as a shade option. They grow 10 to 16 inches tall and about a foot in diameter.
(a.k.a. yarrow) is either too tall or drooping, and maybe both. But how do you feel about one?
Achillea millefolium Milly Rock Yellow Terracotta, which is hardy in zones 4 to 9, is only a foot tall. With a fine clump formation, it looks almost completely covered in flowers. Of course, it has all the great features
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: Deer and rabbit resistance, pollinator attraction and low maintenance. I really like this color combination that fades to a beautiful terracotta color. I will reserve space for this one in my garden.
I knew about the cute peppers called Paprika from Heaven before I saw them growing in the ball garden because I accepted all three colors – red, orange and yellow – as test plants. I planted them all in a planter by the back door, but after seeing them growing in hanging baskets at Ball’s I thought this might be a better way to grow them. They are very beautiful, naturally decorative and delicious.
These peppers are great for dipping and the plants are small but still a good crop. I haven’t had much luck with peppers in my less warm climate and these are doing better than any other pepper I’ve grown even though the plants are a fraction of the size of a “regular” pepper. And since it’s beautiful, it would be great if the kids were excited about it.
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I saw this little plant that looked like a helmet from afar. Her dense canopy catches my eye and I had to touch her immediately. Little Shine sedum will grow out of the container or serve as a ground cover and quickly. Its power is responsible for all the dense foliage covered with small star-shaped flowers.
It’s hardy to zone 6, which makes zone 5 a stretch for me, but I’m sure you can do it in a pot.
Maybe it’s the slightly cooler days that make me think of half the autumn containers, but the August forest of Rudbeckia caught my eye. You probably know by now that I’m not a big fan of fall mums (so I avoided them a few years ago) so I’m always on the lookout for interesting fall container plants and this one is perfect. I like the greenish hue of the petals on this Rudbeckia, which is hardy to zone 7, so it’s an annual for me and that’s fine. As the flower ages the tips turn a little purple and of course the dark center is perfect. It’s bushy and short (14-18 inches) and I dream of all the container combinations I can create for it.
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The adorable Sun Dipper tomatoes are another plant I’m trying this year, so I mostly know how they taste, but I want to start with how they look. The fruit is just over 2.5 cm long and takes on a very attractive cone shape. It’s also a perfect little stop for a swim (at a ranch if you’re from the Midwest, and maybe something weirder if you’re not). It ripens to a deep orange, not red, and has great flavor, not too tart and not too sweet (I don’t like tomatoes that are too sweet, honestly). I tend to eat it in two bites and the skin provides the perfect amount so you never get that exploding tomato effect.
It’s delicate, meaning it’s a big plant and worth the gamble, but I kind of like it and think I’ll be adding it to my tomato list for a while. It will also be a hit with the kids.
I was particularly impressed by the two new bicolor Angelonia AngelDance varieties: Fuchsia Bicolor and Violet Bicolor. Not only are the bicolor flowers attractive and slightly different from your typical Angelonia, but these plants are also beautiful. Its 18-inch hull is stiff and very vertical, showing no signs of stress from the blistering August heat (in fact, it thrives in such conditions).
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I couldn’t resist including a plant that isn’t new because Holy Smoke has some amazing Rex begonias and I’m kind of in love with them: Jurassic Heartbeat, and another one is called Jurassic Pink Splash. I think the photo speaks for itself and I can think of so many great ways to use these Rex Begonias in containers. This case, featuring Impatiens Beacon Coral and Stipa Sirocco, is great inspiration. This dynamic two-tone calibration changes throughout the season, with buds first opening in lemon yellow and then fading to bright pink. Easy to shape and mix with other medium strength plants.
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Pink lemonade changes color throughout the seasons as it responds to different light and daylight conditions. The large flowers open lemon yellow and turn bright pink, both colors still coexisting on the plant. Its hilly habit makes an excellent monoculture container, but this colorful caliber also makes it easy to mix with other medium-vigorous annuals in recipes. Like all Superbellas, it blooms all season without dying.
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Climbing the Ipomoea stump does the trick on both counts. Sweet Caroline Upside Black Coffee’s well-branched vines form full clusters of iridescent purple foliage that quickly curl up the trellis or hang from basket wires and hang several feet long. We recommend selling this plant in 1.0 Royale
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Dazzling in hanging baskets, this new dynamic Lantana hill features large clusters of bright yellow flowers that fade to tropical coral tones. It shows excellent tolerance to heat and humidity.
It shines in retail banks and home gardens from spring to fall. It delivers strength through the hottest and craziest summers without missing a beat and like all Luscious
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So no kill is required for continuous outbreaks. Fragrant flowers also attract hummingbirds and butterflies. The hilly, pendulous habit of this variety makes it ideal for use in hanging baskets and upright recipes as a filler and stirrer. With a medium strength similar to the Luscious Royale strain, it suits you