4 National All-America Selections Winners For 2014

All-America Selections (AAS) announced four more national winners for 2014 just in time for the gardening season. With the addition of the winners, plus four new regional winners, there is a total of 19 winners for the 2014 gardening season. It is the most AAS winners announced in one year since the first winners were announced in the 1930s.

New national winners:

  • Osteospermum ‘Akila Daisy White’
  • ‘NuMex Easter’ Ornamental Pepper
  • ‘Florific Sweet Orange’ New Guinea Impatiens
  • Angelonia ‘Serenita ‘Pink’

For a complete list of 2014 winners, as well as links to a seed source list and a list of all AAS winners since 1932, click here.

A complete list of trial grounds and judges can be found here.




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