Knock Out® Roses
These family of roses are easy to grow and don't require any special care. You can plant them individually in mixed beds among shrubs, annuals and perennials or you can plant them in larger groups to create hedges that will create a bright border around your garden or yard.
These roses are a cross between miniature and groundcover roses. They have the toughness, winter hardiness and disease resistance of the groundcover roses but they have the smaller size and repeat blooming nature of the miniatures. These roses are perfect for smaller garden and combination planters. They are great at filling empty spaces and spread delicately around your already established plants.
These are plants that you can trust to create an easy to maintain beautiful garden. Proven Winners® have some of the most distinctive plants on the market. This is because they partner up with the top plant breeders around the globe to ensure that their plants are healthy, vibrant, unique and vigorous.
They are quickly becoming the gardening industry's first choice in new and exciting plants. Especially now with their new First Editions® collection that includes unique, easy to grow plants, which they will be adding to each year!
An independent agency assisting plant breeders worldwide in bringing their new plant varieties to market. Through careful guidance, PlantHaven has nurtured many breeder relationships offering advice and service in market research, performance trials and patent protection.
Bushel and BerryTM
Bushel and BerryTM varieties are able to self-pollinate and easy to grow! They are small and attractive in landscapes or showcased in a container.
Bloomin' Easy® is a response to younger homeowners who appreciate the value of a beautifully landscaped yard, but think tackling such a project is too difficult, time consuming and beyond their expertise.
For those with an appreciation for fine outdoor living, no other hydrangea compares to Endless Summer®, the world's first hydrangea bred to bloom all season long, season after season. No wonder it's the world's best-selling hydrangea.