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Vilas Hope Rd.
 
Cottage Grove WI

. 53527
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New
Annual Varieties at America
’s Best Flowers for 2009


 

17N    
Alternanthea                        Burgundy Threaded – dark painted
leaves


                                                            Party Time –
green & pink leaves

15N    
Ageratum                              Tycoon Blue           


                                                            Field’s Blue

  3       
Alstroemeria                        Letizia red

12N     Bacopa
(baskets)               
Taifun Blue – colored bacopa


                                                            Scopia Pink
Ring


                                                            Gulliver
White – huge blooms

  1       
Begonia –                             Bellfire – red leaf w/coral
flowers


                                                            Bonfire –
green leaf 2/red/orange flowers

12N     Begonia
Gumdrops           Cherry Blossoms


                                                            Lady Carol


                                                            Lady Francis

13N     Begonia
– wax                    Bada Boom series – bigger flowers & leaves

12N     Begonia
– hybrid wax       Big Red – huge plants and flowers


                                                            Big Rose

  1       
Begonia Solenia                 Apricot, Yellow and Velvet Red

  5       
Begonia Rex                        Mini Metal Flake – gorgeous colored
leaves

  5        Canna
                                   Pretoria – variegated leaves, orange
flowers

18N     Sun
Coleus                          Many new varieties including


                                                            Sedona


                                                            Dark
Chocolate


                                                            Color Blaze

  5       
Dahlias                                  Melody series – large flowering
for patio pots

  2       
Diascia                                  Darla series in 10” baskets

  1       
Dracaena                              marginate Colorama – bright red &
green leaves

18S     Hibiscus
acetosela            Haight Ashbury – tie-dyed color

  5       
Mandevilla                            now in yellow

17N    
Oxalis                                    Molten Lava

  5       
Papyrus                                King Tut – 4-6 tall, great for
containers

20N     Pilotus                                  
large pink flower spikes – full sun

19N    
Supertunias                         Raspberry Blast


                                                            Blue veined


                                                            Purple
Velvet

15N    
Snapdragon luminaire      Harvest red, trailing


                                                            Deep purple,
trailing


                                                            Sugar plum,
trailing

  5       
Thunbergia                          Grandiflora blue

           
Tomatoes                             10 new heirloom varieties

           
Rhubarb                               Crimson Red now in #2 nursery pots






New Perennial Varieties
at America
’s Best Flowers for 2009


 


Achillea                Summer Berries yarrow — fruity colors


Alcea                           Queeny Purple hollyhocks — short, quick
to bloom


Belamcanda        Hello Yellow blackberry lily, a bright accent


Bletilla                  Chinese ground orchid for woodland areas


Ceratostigma      Leadwort groundcover


Clematis              Many new varieties in blue, white and bicolors


Coreopsis           Big Bang Red Shift tickseed


Crocosmia          Lucifer — flaming orange flower spikes


Geranium            Hocus Pocus cranesbill — new with dark leaves


Delosperma        Red Mountain  ice plant – rosy flowers, tough plant


Delphinium          Black Eyed Angels – white with dark center


                             Pink Punch – brilliant splash of color


                             Royal Aspirations – deep, dark purple


Dianthus              Spooky Mix – fringy textured Pinks


Echinacea           New varieties in a range of colors: Prairie
Splendor, Fatal                              Attraction, Fragrant Angel,
Mac ‘n’ Cheese, Merlot, Pink                                 Double
Delight, Tomato Soup


Grasses              Gold Bar miscanthus – more stripy than Zebra grass


Hemerocallis       Stella in Red daylily – New red re-bloomer


Heuchera             New bright and shimmery varieties: Brownies,
Cinnabar                                 Silver, Georgia Peach, Peach
Flambe, Southern Comfort,                                
Velvet Night


Hibiscus              Luna Red, White & Pink Swirl


                             Pink Elephant – red-eyed pink flowers up to
a foot wide


Hosta                   New & Unusual standouts: Cherry Berry, Corn
Muffins,                                   Sugar & Spice, Summer Lovin,
and Earth Angel –2009


                             Hosta Society Hosta of the Year


Leucanthemum   Goldrush daisy – giant 4” double yellow fluffy flowers


Monarda              Pink Lace bee balm – compact with lipstick pink
blooms


Phlox                             Tasty new shades: Bubblegum Pink,
Coral Crème Drop,                               Cotton Candy, Grape
Lollipop, Peppermint Twist, David’s                            
          Lavender


Tradescantia       Sunshine Charm spiderwort – petite with mauve flowers


Veronica              Darwin’s Blue – compact grower with blue/purple
spikes

 





New Rose Tree & Shrub
Varieties at

America’s Best Flowers For 2009


 


Roses
                 
Carefree Spirit – 2009 All American Rose Society
                                         (AARS) award winning shrub rose


                             Cinco de Mayo – AARS 2009 floribunda
winner, orange                                   red,
very floriferous


                              
Kashmir – velvety red blooms on a shrub rose
                              Pink Promise – 2009 AARS Hybrid Tea
winner,& official                                    
rose of the American Breast Cancer Foundation
                             Sweet Fragrance  –apricot flowers with a
delightful scent


                             Sunny Knock Out – long awaited yellow
re-blooming                                      addition to the Knock
Out family of shrub roses

 


Flowering Trees


                         
Double weeping Higan cherry – early flowering Japanese           
ornamental for a gorgeous specimen


                             Double Flowering Plum – a profusion of pink
spring                                    double petalled
flowers        

 


Shrubs
                
Boxwood — Chicagoland Green & Mont Bruno


                             Butterfly Bush Attraction — has the
reddest blooms yet


                             Clethra Vanilla Spice – creamy, fragrant
mid-season                                      flower spikes


                             Diervilla Honeysuckle Cool Splash – nifty
variegated                                      leaves with yellow
flowers


                             Weigela – Ghost has dark red flowers among
buttery                                     yellow leaves, Shining
Sensation’s glossy burgundy                                     foliage
and pink flowers are sure to shine in your              
                                   
landscape

 


Hydrangeas         Cityline Series: Berlin, Mars, Rio – large flowered 
long-                                 lasting blooms on  compact plants


                             Incrediball – Humongous white blooms


                             Mystical Ruby – Glowing red mop-heads on a
compact                                    growing shrub


                             Twist-n-Shout – re-blooming pink lace-cap
to complement                                  
your Endless Summer


                             White Diamonds – glistening white conical
flower heads

 



New
Fruit Varieties at America
’s Best Flowers for 2009


 


Trees

 


Apple                  Honeygold – crisp, juicy & sweet yellow fruit, a
cross                                                  
between Macoun and Yellow Delicious, good pollinator for
                                
Honeycrisp, semi-dwarf

 


Cherry                  Evans Bali – deep, dark red 1” fruit are much
sweeter                                    than most sour cherry
types,good for baking & fresh                                    eating,
self-fruitful

 


Peach                  Redhaven – firm, fine flavored, freestone peach,
a                                     favorite for canning or eating
fresh


                             Reliance – the hardiest yellow-fleshed
freestone available

 


Pear                     Parker – large, yellow bronze fruits, tender
and juicy,                                    upright, vigorous grower


                             Summercrisp – one of the hardiest, sweet
and crisp fruit,                                       keeps well when
harvested in mid August

 

 


Grapes                Edelweiss – vigorous green-white dessert and wine
grape


                             Frontenac – verry hardy red wine grape


                             Himrod – hardiest of the white
seedless,excellent yellow-                                
gold table grape

 

 


Rhubarb              Crimson Red –  two foot long stems, not stringy,the
                                  perfect sweet-tart combination for
pies   and   sauces


         

 


Currant                 Red Lake – clusters of dark red fruit,
cold-hardy, very                                    productive and
vigorous

 

 

 

 



 

What Our Customers Say About Us

  • Another pleasant and profitable day at America’s Best Flowers flea market yesterday. The staff, the vendors and the customers are all just as the name implies the best.

    - Bobbie J.
  • Bring your own pots to this place and set up in a potting work station. You can use their soil and expert advice to make your purchase selections… Fun to do with kids.

    - Melle.
  • Awesome place, always friendly and helpful. Beautiful choices for plants!

    - Catherine C.
  • Everything was beautiful today, enjoyed my time there shopping!

    - Deb V.M.
  • Kudos to the crew at ABF for green houses filled with beautiful flowers & creative gardening elements.

    - Deb M.
  • Love this place and the great flowers and wonderful staff… They helped me pick the plants and they built the basket for me right on the spot. The rest of my plants look great too.

    - Julie A.