Plants? Yeah, We’ve Got A Guy For That

This all-summer blooming selection has large, semi-double flowers above attractive mounds of deep-green foliage. As the flowers mature, they slowly and gracefully change from bright lemon-yellow to an ivory-white.

Goldfinch has a tidy, compact habit, growing only 20 to 24 inches tall, making it a perfect companion in a sunny border garden. With its size, color, and long bloom time, it is an excellent addition to mixed containers.

Goldfinch should be grown in full-sun for best performance, and in hardy zones 5-8.

This is just a sneak peek into some of the exciting new perennials coming to nurseries and garden centers in 2013. Plant breeders are constantly trying to find new and improved forms of plants that give longer bloom time, better habits, more disease resistance, and broader range of application.

Jesse Hensen is the Vendor Relations/Customer Service Manager for Eason Horticultural Resources, a wholesale plant broker company. He can be reached at 859-578-3535 or via email at




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