Aug 18, 2017
All-America Selections Accepting Perennial Entries for Trialing

All-America Selections (AAS) is now accepting entries into its 2018-2021 (three winter) Herbaceous Perennial trial.

Now is the time to enter your new, never-before-sold herbaceous perennial variety in the AAS/Perennial Plant Association Herbaceous Perennial Trial. Each entry will be trialed in North America by at least twenty-four professional, independent, volunteer judges who grow them next to comparisons that are considered best-in- class.

Perennial guru Dr. Allan Armitage has this to say about the AAS-PPA Herbaceous Perennial trial: “As competitive as the horticulture business is, we must work as one in supporting efforts that keep consumers interested in us.

He adds, “Participating in the AAS Trials helps all of us, it is inexpensive and AAS is effective in reaching large groups of potential plant users. Staying on the sidelines does nothing for anybody; let’s do this together.”

AAS entries are “Tested Nationally & Proven Locally” so a consumer is assured of superior garden performance when planting AAS Winners. This list of promotions surrounding each AAS Winner is a very lengthy reason to enter the AAS Trials!

Breeder entry information is available on the AAS Website. Entry forms can be found here.

Herbaceous Perennial entries are due by Sept. 1.

If interested in AAS’ one-season trials, those are due Nov. 1, and those entry forms can be found here.




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