All-America Selections is pleased to feature the complete list of AAS Winners in this section. All National and Regional Winners have been tested for garden performance by the AAS judges. After the judges submit their scores, those varieties that perform best over all of North America become AAS National Winners. Entries that performed particularly well in certain regions are named AAS Regional Winners. Once these new varieties are announced as Winners, they are available for immediate sale and distribution. Home gardeners will find seeds available from their favorite catalog or online seed source or as young plants at their favorite garden retailer. Some of the older AAS Winners may no longer be available.
New feature! Some of the newer AAS Winners have more than one photo available for writers to use when giving publicity to these winners. Click images below to see if additional photos are available.
Regional Winner notations began in 2014 so there will not be any Regional Winners in years 1933-2013.
"Flowers from Cutting" began in 2015 so there will not be any AAS Winners with that notation in years 1933-2014.
Please note: None of these AAS Winners are bred or produced using genetic engineering, commonly referred to as genetic modification or GMO.
1935 Gold Medal winner
Grower and Retailers: AAS Winner tags and labels are available from these suppliers:
Customizable bench cards are available from: