Confetti Garden Bee Happy

Garden Making

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Confetti-Garden-Bee-Happy (Photo courtesy of Loblaw Garden Centres)

Key facts about Confetti Garden Bee Happy

  • (Queen Bee petunia, yellow bidens, white verbena)
  • 10-12 in (25-30 cm) tall, 24-32 in (60-80 cm) wide
  • Part shade to full sun

A new trend with three different plant species grown together from the beginning to create an instant mixed planter. —Rodger Tschanz, University of Guelph

 More info

You’ll likely find more than a dozen of these types of pre-planned combinations using at least three different flowering plants in garden centres this year. The cuttings are grown together from the start—a different process than transplanting individually grown plants into a large container. It takes the guesswork out of wondering if certain plants and colour combinations go together, and garden centres will like having mixed planters all set to go from their growers. Confetti Garden Bee Happy will be available exclusively at Loblaw garden centres this spring.

No. 1 of 15 New Plants for 2012

This is one of 15 new and noteworthy plants for 2012 showcased in the Garden Making feature garden at Canada Blooms 2012.
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New plants are tested for local growing conditions in trial gardens such as at the University of Guelph.


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