2013 Field Trial Results: Dallas Arboretum

Dallas Arboretum, Dallas, Texas

The Dallas Arboretum has a large trial garden with 1,010 total entries: 726 in-ground and 284 in hanging baskets or containers. Spring was unusually long (12 weeks) with pleasant temperatures and enough rain. Summer was short with highs in the 100s for a few weeks. The average summer temperatures were in the mid 90s.

Top Performers:

Ageratum ‘Artist Blue’
Aloe humilis ‘Hedgehog’
Begonia ‘Ikon Bronze’
Chrysocephalum ‘Silver Leaf Yellow’
Lantana Santana Series
Lobularia ‘White Knight’
Lobularia ‘White Stream’
Nicotiana ‘Only The Lonely’
Portulaca Cupcake Series (purslane)
Scaevola ‘Blue Fan’
Scaevola ‘Romeo’

 

 

 

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