US: New Ornamental Growers Seed Catalog launched by Harris Seeds

Harris Seeds has published the 2013-2014 Ornamental Growers Seed Catalog, featuring 144 pages of gorgeous annual and perennial flower seed varieties for bedding and cuts, essential seed starting and growing supplies, and a selection of high performing vegetables.

Over 80 new flower seed varieties have been added to Harris’ product line for 2014, including Healing Waters Fuseables™, a relaxing multi-species blend of petunias and bacopa. Customers will find the new Florific New Guinea Impatiens series can be produced quickly and easily from seed for premium sales, and the Candy Showers trailing snapdragon series that offers a lush, eye-catching habit. Also included is the Champion Pro campanula series that is a must for cut flower growers with its fast finishing times and big color impact.

Included in the 2013-2014 Ornamental Growers Seed Catalog are the new All America Selections Winners which includes South Pacific Scarlet canna, Sparkle White gaura, Pinto Premium White to Rose geranium, and Profusion Double Hot Cherry and Deep Salmon zinnias. Also featured are new ‘Low Grow Approved’ varieties like Limbo Plum petunia, a naturally dwarf grandiflora.

In addition to flowers, the catalog also lists a selection of the most popular vegetables to meet the growing demand for garden vegetables and patio edibles. The catalog lists a selection of the most popular vegetables for roadside stands, farmers’ markets and garden centers. Growers will also find an expansive listing of quality tools and supplies for seed starting, plant protection, watering, harvesting, merchandising and more.

All products can be found on the Harris Seeds website ( Growers who would like a catalog and are not already on Harris Seeds’ mailing list can request a catalog online or call.

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