2009 AAS Winners

By January 15, 2009 AAS, Eggplant, Melons, Squash, Viola No Comments

Melon Lambkin
Since 1932, the All-American Selections (AAS) organization has helped
to promote new seed varieties, educating gardeners throughout North
America and keeping us all up to date on the latest trends in
gardening. New plant varieties are grown every year at one of the AAS
Trial Grounds set up at seed companies, botanical gardens, and
university campuses. Each Trial Ground is supervised by a Judge at that
location. Stephanie Turner, Director of Seed Product, is the supervisor
of our trial garden. She is one of official judges who cast votes in
the annual AAS process.

Every year Park Seed offers all of the the AAS winners to our
customers, and for 2009 the winners were Eggplant Gretel, Melon
Lambkin, Viola Rain Blue and Purple, and Squash Honey Bear. Stephanie
told me that she was particulary fond of the Melon Lambkin, and she
knows her stuff – so you should give it a try.


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