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Helleborus 'Evening Mist'Growing for Your Success

As an industry leader for over 85 years, our main objective has always been to bring our customers garden worthy introductions and new and improved plants from all around the world. We continue to build on that tradition and are very excited to offer our customers over 100 New Varieties this year!

Click here for more information on our new introductions and a complete plant listing

Sunny Border AZ Pots!
Retailers Choice!

Our Arizona Pots are all the rage right now and for good reason. A retailers dream, they fill the current demand for trendy succulent combination planters.

Our AZ Pot was chosen by an esteemed panel of retailers to receive a 2015 Retailers Choice Award at New England Grows in Boston. This award is given to only the most innovative, sure-sellers!

They were also featured in GreenProfit's Buzz
e-newsletter under the article titled Cool Pots.
For more info. on our Arizona Pots, click here
or contact your SBN Sales representative!

2016 SBN New Plants in AmeriNurseryman

Sunny Border New Introductions in
American Nurseryman

Check out the New SBN Introductions featured in the December 2015 issue of American Nurseryman here.

Shown above: Epimedium x 'Ninja Stars' and Coreopsis x 'Radioactive'. Also featured is Helleborus hybridus Brandywine™ 'Evening Mist'. We are very proud of our continuing tradition of introducing new, exciting perennials and annuals to the Green Industry! For a list of our introductions over the past 70 years click here.

Better Gardens

Sunny Border's plants were featured on WFSB's Better Connecticut program, in their "Better Gardens" segment! Even better, most of these varieties were native plants! Thanks to Julie Harrison of Natural Elegance Design for the mention and for loving summer blooming perennials as much as we do. A shout out, as well, for her appreciation of our new Coreopsis Lil' Bang varieties! These little gems are taking the market by storm. Featured on the segment were 'Enchanted Eve' and 'Red Elf', just two of the 4 varieties available right now. To view the segment:http://www.wfsb.com/story/26189471/better-gardens-favorite-perennials

You can view Julie's blog at