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2015 Keynote for Linnaeus Teaching Garden

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The All-America Selections Trialing Process and Trends in Flower and Vegetable Breeding

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2015 Keynote for Linnaeus Teaching Garden

  1. 1. Current Breeding Trends in Flowers & Vegetables
  2. 2. Marketing Organization •Founded 1920 •Non-profit •Year of the program •Annual •Perennial •Edible •New Varieties •Garden Products •Growing for Futures Trialing Organization •Founded 1932 •Non-profit •Ornamentals •From seed •From cuttings •Edibles •Perennials
  3. 3. What Does it Take to Become an AAS Winner?
  4. 4. W. Ray Hastings AAS founder
  5. 5. Present: All-America Selections continues as the oldest, most established independent testing organization in North America.
  6. 6. The Process, part 1 Breeder: new, never-before- sold variety Comparison Committee To Trial Judges Seed from other breeders Germination, transplant or direct-sow AAS office for processing To be continued…
  7. 7. AAS Trial Sites 1932 •10 Flower Trial Sites •10 Vegetable Trial Sites 2015 •45 Ornamental Trial Sites •27 Vegetable/Edible Trial Sites •18 Ornamental Vegetative Trial Sites •24 Perennial Trial Sites
  8. 8. AAS Trial Sites
  9. 9. AAS Trial Judges
  10. 10. AAS Trial Examples
  11. 11. ‘Shiny Boy’‘Country‘Pink Oblong’ AAS Trial Examples
  12. 12. The Process, part 2 Garden Trials Scoring and Evaluations Accountant AAS Office AAS Winner Announcement AAS Board of Directors
  13. 13. The Awards
  14. 14. Marketing and Promotion
  15. 15. AAS Display Gardens Over 180 gardens, 65 of them have displayed AAS winners more than 30 years
  16. 16. Current Breeding Trends in Flowers & Vegetables
  17. 17. What’s “IN” when it comes to ornamental & edible breeding? Pollinator Friendly Updated Heirlooms Perennials as Annuals Ornamental Edibles Foodie Delights Compactness Personal Sized Fruits Disease Resistance Unique or New Colors Drought and/or Heat Tolerant Cold Tolerant
  18. 18. Pollinator Friendly Plants Are REALLY “IN”
  19. 19. Challenge Americans to plant 1 million pollinator habitats by December 2016 millionpollinatorgardens.org/
  20. 20. BASIL HOLY •Also known as Tulsi, this revered basil makes a delicious aromatic healthful tea •Leaves and flowers have a strong fruity, fragrance said to combat stress •Plants can be grown indoors •Ocimum sanctum
  21. 21. DIGITALIS FOXLIGHT RUBY GLOW •Great focal point all summer long in gardens and containers •Blooms face outward on tall spikes for better flower display •Perennial continues blooming all summer in sun or partial shade •Digitalis hybrida
  22. 22. LOBELIA STARSHIP SCARLET •Summer flowering perennial zones 6a-10b thrives in full to partial sun •Produces masses of showy flowers •Attracts hummingbirds and bees •Lobelia x speciosa
  23. 23. LUPINE AVALUNE MIX •Sweetly scented mix of blue, pink, white and 2 bi-colors •Compact plants bloom in early spring with well-packed flower spikes •Prized border plant for full to part-sun gardens and mass plantings •Lupinus hartwegii
  24. 24. SALVIA BLUE MARVEL •Perennial Zones 4-10 •Largest flowers of all Salvia nemorosa •Upright, colorful spikes attract pollinators early spring through autumn •Salvia nemorosa
  25. 25. SALVIA SUMMER JEWEL PINK •Dwarf sized compact plant with prolific blooms throughout the summer •Bees, butterflies and hummingbirds love the larger flowers •Salvia coccinea
  26. 26. SALVIA SUMMER JEWEL RED •Dwarf sized compact plant with prolific blooms throughout the summer •Bees, butterflies and hummingbirds love the larger flowers •Salvia coccinea
  27. 27. SALVIA SUMMER JEWEL WHITE •Dwarf sized compact plant has a prolific bloom count throughout the summer •Blooms earlier than other white salvias •Bees, butterflies and hummingbirds love the larger flowers •Salvia coccinea
  28. 28. Updated Heirlooms Are “IN”
  29. 29. PUMPKIN CINDERELLA’S CARRIAGE F1 •Winner in (SE, HL & M/SW) •First hybrid Cinderella-type •Robust vines produce large 25-35 pound fruits with sweet nutty flavor •Large trailing vine sets up to 5-7 fruit per plant •Powdery Mildew resistance •Cucurbita maxima
  30. 30. TOMATO CHEF’S CHOICE ORANGE F1 •Hybrid derived from popular heirloom ‘Amana Orange’ •Superior taste and texture for an early maturing orange tomato •Intense color does not face or discolor when cooked •Large 5 foot tall plants are indeterminate •Solanum lycopersicon
  31. 31. TOMATO CHEF’S CHOICE PINK F1 •Large yields of 12-14 ounce pink beefsteak tomatoes •Perfect acid to sugar balance make it a must for any home chef •Multiple Disease resistances •Harvest 110 days from transplanting •Solanum lycopersicum
  32. 32. TOMATO HEIRLOOM MARRIAGE GENUWINE •Distinctive heirloom look and flavor •Better garden performance •Earlier and high yields, fewer blemishes •Cross between heirlooms Costoluto Genovese and Brandywine •Solanum lycopersicum
  33. 33. PUMPKIN JARRAHDALE LARGE •Attractive extremely uniform and large fruits •Superb eating qualities •Fruits weigh from 12-18 pounds •Long shelf life •Yield 2-3 fruits per plant •Cucurbita maxima
  34. 34. Using Perennials as Annuals is “IN”
  35. 35. ECHINACEA CHEYENNE SPIRIT •Wide range of brightly colored flowers •Durable, drought tolerant plants •Wind and rain resistant •Echinacea hybrida
  36. 36. GAURA SPARKLE WHITE •Perennial with exceptionally long period of bloom •Perfect mass planted in sunny landscape beds or in large containers •Excellent heat tolerance and more uniform flowering habit •Gaura lindheimeri
  37. 37. PENSTEMON ARABESQUE RED •Heartland, Mountain/Southwest & West/Northwest Winner •Season-long repeat bloomer •Superior garden vigor and flowering •Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies •Perennial USDA Zone 6-9 •Penstemon hartwegii
  38. 38. Ornamental Edibles Are “IN”
  39. 39. ARUGULA DRAGON’S TONGUE •Delicious, bold, spicy flavor for salads, stir-fries, pasta dishes, pizzas and more •Beautiful scalloped leaves with striking red veins and midrib •Full-sized leaves in about 6 weeks •Ideal for containers •Diplotaxis tenuifolia
  40. 40. BASIL DOLCE FRESCA •Sweet tender leaves with great Mediterranean taste •Maintains an attractive ornamental compact shape perfect for containers, borders or as a focal point •Drought tolerant healthy 12- 14” plants •Ocimum basilicum
  41. 41. CHIVES, GARLIC GEISHA •Mild “just-right” garlic flavor •Vigorous perennial •Edible ornamental with attractive white flowers that attract butterflies •Great culinary herb for use in stir-fries, soups, sauces, infused oils or as a garnish •Allium tuberosum
  42. 42. LETTUCE SANDY •Attractive Oakleaf type with sweet tasting frilly green leaves •Use as cut and come again baby leaf or grow to maturity for loose salad heads •Exceptional disease resistance especially to powdery mildew •Slow to bolt •Lactuca sativa
  43. 43. MUSTARD GARNET RED •Very deep red leaves right from the first true leaf stage •Excellent in mixes like shown in photo •Best planted in spring and fall •Sow in garden or in containers •Harvest in 40 days from sowing seed •Brassica japonica
  44. 44. PEA BLUE SHELLING •Purple pods can be eaten as snow peas •Lovely flowers can cover a trellis and attract pollinators •Plant in either spring or fall for a wonderful multi use pea crop •Pisum sativum
  45. 45. PEPPER PRETTY N SWEET F1 •Harvest 1-ounce red, yellow and orange peppers off the same plant •Excellent in containers, kitchen garden or annual beds mixed with flowers •Harvest 105 days from sowing seed •Capsicum annuum
  46. 46. Foodie Delights Are “IN”
  47. 47. BASIL PERSIAN •HL, M/SW, W/NW Winner •Large, vigorous organic plant •Pleasant tasting leaves •Great ornamental plant •Late to produce flowers •Attracts bees to your garden •Ocimum basilicum
  48. 48. BEET AVALANCHE •Excellent eating quality with mild sweet taste •Attractive uniform root shape •Easy and quick to grow •In just 50 days you can have delicious white beets •Sow in early spring/late summer in well-drained soil •Beta vulgaris
  49. 49. BROCCOLI ARTWORK F1 •Unique beautiful dark green stem broccoli •Easy-to-harvest tender and tasty side shoots continue to appear long into the season •Harvest 10-20 stems per plant •Bolt tolerant •Brassica oleracea Italica
  50. 50. BRUSSELS SPROUTS HESTIA F1 •AAS Regional Winner (SE, M/SW) •Erect plant maintains nice habit •Up to 100 sprouts per plant •Harvest 100 days from transplant •Flavor improves when temperatures dip into the 30’s •Brassica oleracea
  51. 51. CUCAMELON MOUSE MELON •Mexican Sour Gherkin •Fruits taste similar to cucumbers with a hint of tartness •May be eaten fresh or pickled •Can be grown on a trellis, in a container or hanging basket •Melothria scabra
  52. 52. PAK CHOI BOPAK F1 •Northeast, Great Lakes, Mountain/Southwest •Tender leaves and crisp sweet stalks taste great raw or cooked •Classy 8-inch plant makes an attractive “thriller” for patio pots •Early - 60 days from sowing seed •Brassica rapa chinensis
  53. 53. PEA PARSLEY PEA GARNISH •Specially bred for its leafy tendrils •Bold-beautiful tendrils for garnish/salads •Harvest a few days after tendrils form •Don’t allow to over mature •Pisum sativum
  54. 54. PEPPER HOT SUNSET •Delicious and spicy (650 Scoville units) wax pepper •Prolific and earlier harvest of fruits 7.25 x 1.5 inches •15-20 fruits per plant •Disease resistance to Xanthomonas Campestris Race 1-3 (X3R), and Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus •Capsicum annuum
  55. 55. PEPPER SWEET SUNSET •SE, HL, W/NW Winner •Sweet banana pepper •High yielding X3R variety •Colorful tasty peppers ripen from light yellow to red •Harvest 2 ounce fruit 85-90 days from transplanting •Resistant to Xanthomonas campestris races 1-3 (X3R) •Capsicum annuum
  56. 56. PEPPER GIANT RISTRA •Mountain/Southwest Winner •Bright red very hot 7-inch chile pepper can be strung and displayed throughout the winter •Enjoy fresh, roasted or dried and used as an herb •Harvest 110 days from sowing seed •Resistant to Tobacco mosaic virus •Capsicum annuum
  57. 57. PEPPER TASTY HABANERO SABROSO •Tasty heat! Between 250,000- 350,000 Scoville heat units •1-2” fruit ripens to a brilliant orange at 85-95 days on plants 32” tall •Can be used in salsa, chili, or dried and crushed for dish toppings •Capsicum annuum
  58. 58. Compactness is “IN”
  59. 59. BEAN MASCOTTE F1 •Dwarf French extra fine bean •Adapted for window boxes and pots as well as the garden •Straight, long, round and delicately crisp string-less pods •High disease resistance to Bean Mosaic Virus, anthranosis & Pseudomonas •Phaseolus vulgaris
  60. 60. CUCUMBER PICK A BUSHEL F1 •Heartland and Great Lakes Winner •Pickling cucumber which can be harvested at the gherkin or spear stage and processed •Also enjoy fresh in salads and slaws •Semi-bush plants can be planted in the garden or in patio containers •Heat tolerant, large yields •Cucumis sativus
  61. 61. CRAPE MYRTLE MIDNIGHT MAGIC •Compact variety 4-6’ tall/wide •Superb purple-maroon foliage •Dark pink flowers July- September •Full sun perennial to Zone 6 •Resistant to Cercospora leaf spot and powdery mildew •Lagerstroemia indica
  62. 62. DISTYLIUM LINEBACKER •Compact upright evergreen matures to an excellent screening and hedge plant •Reddish new growth matures to lustrous dark green •Full sun to moderate shade perennial Zone 7 with excellent disease resistance •Distylium myricoides
  63. 63. GERANIUM NANO VIOLET F1 •New vibrant violet color to Nano series •Continuously produces large clusters of flowers abundantly all season •Compact habit ideal for containers and window boxes •Dark handsome petite foliage •Pelargonium hortorum
  64. 64. ORNAMENTAL PEPPER MAMBO YELLOW RED & PURPLE ORANGE
  65. 65. PRIMULA DANESSA •Earliest flowering acaulis •Diminutive 2-3 inch plant blooms in early spring •Maintains a compact habit •Can also be enjoyed as a houseplant •Available in 9 colors •Primula acaulis
  66. 66. Smaller Fruit Sizes Are “IN”
  67. 67. •Northeast Region Winner •Harvest fruits at baby size at 2 to 3 inches •Compact habit makes it great for containers •Thornless leaves allow for painless harvesting and make it child-friendly too •Solanum melongena EGGPLANT PATIO BABY F1
  68. 68. PUMPKIN CINNAMON GIRL PMR F1 •Beautiful ornamental with excellent eating quality •Short vines produce 3-4 fruits per plant •Pumpkins average 3-6 pounds •Moderate resistance to powdery mildew •Cucurbita pepo
  69. 69. PUMPKIN KANDY KORN PLUS •Small but mighty! •Attractive 1-pound fruit with handles sturdy enough for kids to carry around •Bushy plants show intermediate resistance to powdery mildew •Early maturing (85 days) •Cucurbita pepo
  70. 70. SQUASH BUTTERSCOTCH F1 •Small-fruited butternut with unusually sweet taste •Compact space saving vine resists powdery mildew •Harvest 100 days from sowing seed •Cucurbita moschata
  71. 71. WATERMELON FAERIE •Unique yellow skin •Deep red sweet flesh •Personal sized fruits, 4-6 lbs. •Citrullus lanatus
  72. 72. Disease Resistance is “IN”
  73. 73. Cucumber Persian Gherkin F1 •Northeast, M/SW Winner •Crisp sweet flavored pickling cucumber which processes well •Pick at midget or gherkin size •Enjoy fresh in salads and slaws •Can be planted in staked patio container or in the garden •Organic and disease resistant •Cucumis sativus
  74. 74. Tomato Fantastico F1 •Very flavorful unique determinate bush tomato •Each plant produces up to 12 pounds – about 350 glossy red ½ ounce grape shaped fruit •Can be grown in an 18” hanging basket or large patio container •Resists cracking •Solanum lycopersicum
  75. 75. Tomato Mountain Merit F1 •Heartland Regional Winner •All-around tomato perfect for slicing and sandwiches •Dark red fruits grow on a compact uniform plant •Good resistance to multiple diseases common to home grown tomatoes •Solanum lycopersicum
  76. 76. IMPATIENS BOUNCE PINK FLAME •Highly resistant to Downy Mildew •Strong-performer for shade and sun gardens spring through fall •Massive amount of stunning blooms •Shorter and compact, ideal for hanging baskets or patio pots •Impatiens hybrida
  77. 77. SUNPATIENS ® SPREADING SHELL PINK •Truly unique genetic background delivers unsurpassed performance •Vigorous spreading plants keep their shape all summer •Thrives under high heat, rain and humidity in full sun as well as shade •Impatiens x hybrida hort
  78. 78. Unique/New Colors Are “IN”
  79. 79. CANNA CANNOVA YELLOW •Sun loving annual 30-48 inches tall blooms from late spring to late summer •Cannova series includes Bronze Scarlet, Red Shades and Rose •Canna generalis
  80. 80. DAHLIA XXL SUNSET •Boasts huge 4-inch bicolor blooms •Striking color pattern and colors •Blooms late spring to frost •Dahlia grandiflora
  81. 81. PETUNIA EASY WAVE  VELOUR BURGUNDY •Vigorous, mounding spreading habit •Prolific 2.5”-3” blooms cover the plants •Flowers have a special sheen that offers a three dimensional appearance •Petunia hybrida
  82. 82. PETUNIA TIDAL WAVE  VELOUR RED •Spreading petunia with deep, dark texture and fashion-forward color •Perfect patio centerpiece display or trailing from hanging baskets •Give it sun and feed it regularly for lush vigorous blooms through the summer •Petunia hybrida
  83. 83. SCAEVOLA SURDIVA VARIEGATED BLUE •First scaevola with variegated foliage •Extremely heat tolerant plant provides continuous color all summer •Tidy compact appearance and exceptional flower coverage •Scaevola aemula
  84. 84. Squash Bossa Nova F1 •Summer squash with a beautiful pronounced mottled exterior •Smooth flesh texture and sweeter, mild taste •Compact plants produce fruits earlier in the season •Long and prolific harvest •Cucurbita pepo
  85. 85. ZINNIA ZINDERELLA PEACH •Shades of salmon, peach, pink and cream accented with a dark eye •Striking scabiosa-shaped blooms with full mounded tops •Excellent as cut flower, very easy to grow, and disease resistant •Zinnia elegans
  86. 86. Drought & Heat Tolerance is “IN”
  87. 87. AGASTACHE ARIZONA SANDSTONE, SUN AND SUNSET •First year flowering, drought tolerant perennial hardy to zone 6 •Abundant flower spikes loaded with blooms •Agastache x hybrida
  88. 88. ANGELONIA SERENITA PINK F1 •Elegant yet tough plants with long-lasting color •Compact, shorter plant height 8-12” •Tolerant to heat and dry conditions •Performs best in full to part sun •Angelonia angustifolia
  89. 89. Dianthus Interspecific Jolt Pink F1 •Large brightly colored showy flower heads on strong stems •Performs extremely well all summer long •Easy to grow and trouble-free •Neat and tidy low-maintenance annual flower •Dianthus barbatus interspecific
  90. 90. LOBULARIA YOLO WHITE •Great heat tolerance makes it a wise choice from early spring until frost •Adds fragrance and clear white color to mixed plantings, containers and baskets •Gorgeous groundcover •Lobularia maritima
  91. 91. GERANIUM BIG EZEE RED •Bred for the heat •Vigorous grower loaded with huge 3” bright red flowers •Perfect in mixed plantings, and also stands strong on its own •Blooms late spring to frost •Pelargonium x hortorum
  92. 92. PETUNIA TRILOGY RED F1 •New vibrant rich red color addition to the series •Compact dome-shaped habit sports large non-fading blooms all season long •Upright blooms provide a constant mass of color in beds, baskets and containers •Petunia x atkinsiana
  93. 93. VERBENA ENDURASCAPE HOT PINK •Tougher verbena - hardy in frost conditions and doesn’t cycle out of flower in the heat •Perennial great for hillsides, ground covers and retaining walls •Excellent powdery mildew resistance •Verbena hybrida
  94. 94. VIOLA COLORMAX •Giant flowers fill out containers with tremendous color in spring and fall •Perfect for pots, baskets and containers •Heat tolerant •Available in 10 colors •Viola hybrid
  95. 95. VIOLA CORINA BLACK F1 •Novelty black-flowered viola 6-8” tall spreading 10-12” wide •Very frost tolerant so ideal for early spring and fall plantings •More heat tolerant, so lasts longer into the warmer time of the year •Viola cornuta
  96. 96. Cold Tolerance is also “IN”
  97. 97. DIANTHUS DIANA CRIMSON PICOTEE IMPROVED •Great for early spring & fall gardens; plants tolerate light freezes •Full sun to partial sun locations •Showy bi-color blooms dominate the vigorous low growing plants 8-10” tall •Excellent for mixed containers •Dianthus chinensis
  98. 98. PANSY COOL WAVE SUNSHINE ’N WINE •Vigorous spreading pansy •Adds dramatic color to spring, late summer, and autumn patios & pots •Great in combos and as a groundcover •Biennial to Zone 5 with superior overwintering hardiness •Viola wittrockiana
  99. 99. PERICALLIS SENETTI BLUE EYE •Thrives in lower temperatures •Large, daisy-like flowers provide high-impact color in early spring •12 bright colors •Full sun to part shade annual •Cut plants back 50% for a fresh flush of blooms •Pericallis hybrida
  100. 100. ROSE ABOVE AND BEYOND •New large-flowered climber is for colder climates to zone 3 •Clusters of 5 or more buds open as semi-double to double flowers •Dependable climber or free- standing shrub in colder regions •Prolific flowering •Very resistant to fungal diseases
  101. 101. Now you’re part of the “IN” crowd!
  102. 102. OUR WEBSITES www.ngb.org www.aaswinners.com www.all-americaselections.org THANK YOU!

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