The 'Proof is in the Plant' series is all about All America Selections Winners and what they bring to gardens. They will be profiling mature AAS Winners all through 2019, along with information about how consumers can have a better garden. AAS also trials new flower varieties. The Super Hero Spry is a 2018 winner. It is a French Marigold that continues to bloom without dead-heading, featuring long-lasting bi-colored flowers.
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