New to us this year (2020), and it’s a keeper! A larger 2+” pompon that displays an abundance of blooms all season. Pretty colors of pink with an orange hue undertone. Long strong stems makes this one a great cut flower. Grows on a taller 4+’ plant. Unlike most pompons, this one will need staking.
1969 Dark red. Each bloom can have different variations of red and light pink patterns on the same plant. More often blooms are solid red. Nice stems on a 3′ plant.
1955 deep red-black blooms. A prolific bloomer on a 3′ plant. A bridal choice for burgundy weddings. Gopher got me this year! Tubers unavailable for 2021 planting.
2005 Cute little 2″ deep purple balls like little fairy balloons grow abundantly on a 3′ plant. Tubers unavailable for 2021 planting.
1976 pastel lavender blooms that grow on a 3+’ plant. Small tubers. I start some of mine in pots.
2012 Glowing red-orange shade of cute 1-1/2″ globes grow on a hardy 3 to 3-1/2′ plant. An abundance of blooms with lush foliage gives those fall arrangements a pop of bright color. Perfect for boutonnieres.
1960 Cheerful yellow blooms brushed with red-orange add delightful charm to the garden. This little flower is reminiscent of a warm sunset. Lots of blooms on a 3+’ plant make this an excellent choice for your summer/fall arrangements.
1978 Oh so pretty! Classic lilac globes grow on a nice 3′ plant. An excellent cut flower for a smaller variety.
1989 balls of solid sunflower yellow on a 3-1/2′ plant with nice foliage. Good stems for cutting and is an excellent tuber producer.
2003 These white 1-1/2″ blooms are cute as a button! A prolific bloomer! Great choice to add dimension to your bouquets. A popular wedding choice that grows on a 3-1/2′ plant with good stems for cutting. Nice foliage on this bushy plant and will need staking!
Wills Ringwood Rosie
2004 My favorite pink Pompon variety. Pretty color, prolific bloomer with nice long stems for cutting that grows on a full foliage 3+’ plant.