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Terra Nova Nurseries introductions at Cultivate’16
Terra Nova Nurseries selected these plants as introductions for the coming year because they offer superior improvements over prior cultivars or are new, best-of-breeding varieties. Supplying brand new and aesthetic plant options to the marketplace, the introductions are characterized with traits in flowering, crown, production, and garden performance.
Terra Nova Nurseries will also showcase a selection of series for the first time at Cultivate.
Among the many new varieties, highlights will include Coleus ‘Lovebird’, Coleus ‘Macaw’ and Coleus ‘Quetzal’, new to the Terra Nova Series, which will be exhibited at the show. ‘Lovebird’ has small fingered leaves in red and edged in yellow. ‘Macaw’ has compact, maroon leaves and are lobed with cream centers. ‘Quetzal’ has deeply lobed leaves that are lime green on the insides and purple brown on the margins. These coleus varieties in mention also have dwarf habits.
Echinacea ‘Intense Orange’ and Echinacea ‘Raspberry’, part of the company’s new Echinacea Kismet Series, will also be showcased. This new collection features very large flowers and early habits as compared to previous echinacea introductions.
A new addition to Terra Nova Nurseries’ Cocoa Series, Begonia ‘Enchanted Moonlight’ features large, white, hibiscus-like flowers in clusters that contrast with its dark cocoa-brown foliage. This plant will be featured in Terra Nova Nurseries’ booth along with many other new varieties.
Representatives of Terra Nova Nurseries will be available to answer questions about the new introductions and series in the company’s Cultivate exhibit booth, July 10-12, 2016.
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