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VIVA! is an exclusive brand to The Home Depot and offers a collection of the newest and hottest flowers available throughout the US and Canada. Started in 2003, VIVA! searches the world over to bring to gardeners the best new genetics in annual and perennial color,  looking at comparison evaluation trials in Europe, Asia, Australia and the US for the best new flower varieties for your garden.

VIVA! plants are grown for The Home Depot by greenhouse and nursery vendors. A team of 75 growers are responsible for providing you with the very best selection of flowers for your garden.

The VIVA! team also shops the world looking for new items such as VIVA! Sunpatiens that take full sun and all day heat.

The colorful, printed VIVA! pot, has gardening information, favorite garden plans and other planting ideas right on the package.

VIVA! 3D Daisy

  • Breakthrough breeding – double blooming flower that has a three dimensional effect
  • Blooms stay open all day unlike other osteos
  • Available in shades of purple, pink and white
  • Does well in both garden beds or containers
  • Plant in full sun

VIVA! ‘Rhythm & Blues™’ Petunia

  • Striking blue flower with a distinctive white scalloped edge
  • Great performer in the garden.
  • Exclusive to The Home Depot
  • Vigorous grower will fill out a container or garden bed quickly
  • Plant in full sun and keep soil evenly moist

VIVA! Clownfish Dianthus

  • A Sweet William type dianthus with several different shades of coral, pink and white all on the same bloom
  • Exclusive to The Home Depot
  • Looks great in combination planters or garden beds
  • Plant in full to part sun, will tolerate drier conditions once established

VIVA! SunPatiens

  • Spreading Carmine Red is a new color for 2012, exclusive to The Home Depot
  • Finally an impatiens that does well in full sun and takes the heat
  • Available in many colors
  • Vigorous grower will fill out a container or garden  bed quickly
  • Does best in full to part sun but will also tolerate shade

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