CSU Trials announce 2019 Top Perennial Performers
(Left to right) Kahorie Scarlet Border Pinks (Dümmen Orange); Lami Dark Purple Spotted Deadnettle (Danziger); GRANITA Orange Ice Plant (Plant Select); Bandwidth Maiden Grass (Darwin Perennials)
The Colorado State University Perennial Trial Program

CSU Trials announce 2019 Top Perennial Performers

Millenium Ornamental Onion (Eason Horticulture Resources and Stonehouse Nursery) and Kahorie Scarlet Border Pinks (Dümmen Orange) were among the winners.

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The Colorado State University Perennial Trial Program has announced its ‘Top Performer’ winners for 2019. The trial program tests newer perennial cultivars which have been introduced in the past three years or less. Entries in these trials may overwinter twice before they are switched out for new entries. Take a look at the winners below:

2019 "Top Performer" Perennials

  • Millenium Ornamental Onion from Eason Horticulture Resources and Stonehouse Nursery (Allium hybrid 'ALLMIG1')
  • Kahorie Scarlet Border Pinks from Dümmen Orange (Dianthus x hybrida Kahorie 'Scarlet')
  • Lami Dark Purple Spotted Deadnettle from Danziger (Lamium maculatum 'Dark Purple')
  • SUMMERIFIC Cherry Choco Latte Rose Mallow from Walters Gardens, Inc. (Hibiscus x hybrida 'Cherry Choco Latte'PPAF)
  • GRANITA Orange Ice Plant from Plant Select (Delosperma ‘PJS02S’)
  • Bandwidth Maiden Grass from Darwin Perennials (Miscanthus sinensis 'NCMS2B'PP29460)

Click here for more details on the CSU Perennial Trial Program and this year’s winners.