Only if they perform better than those tried-and-true varieties can they become an AAS Winner!
Did you know that all AAS Winners have been trialed against varieties that are considered “best in class”?
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If you like Burgundy Okra …You’ll love Candle Fire Okra!
This red/burgundy okra – Candle Fire – was entered into the AAS Trial because of the superior color and round pods, making it a unique garden item. The AAS judges loved the entry! The only negative heard was that it produced so prolifically, it was “hard to keep up with the harvest“!
If you like Giant Coral Zinnia…You’ll love Queeny Lime Orange Zinnia!
It’s hard to go wrong with a zinnia but the coloration of this new AAS Winner – Queeny Lime Orange – won over not only the AAS judges but trial visitors as well. This beauty will be a hit in summer gardens and cut flower bouquets. Another plus is that pollinators will love them too!
If you like Shiro Pak Choi…You’ll love Asian Delight Pak Choi!
“A pak choi that doesn’t bolt? That deserves some attention!” stated one AAS Judge. With today’s unpredictable weather, it’s a shame to lose your hard work when a few hot days hit so Asian Delight is sure to delight gardeners who want their pak choi to last longer after maturity without going to seed.
If you like Juliet Tomato…You’ll love Jasper Tomato!
Every year, All-America Selections tests the newest varieties to bring you AAS Winners with enhanced garden performance, better appearance, and improved taste!
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