All-America Selections® (AAS)

Since 1933, All-America Selections® has tested and introduced their choices as AAS Winners.  This category is a listing of historic award winners that are available here at the Victory Seed Company.
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America Spinach
Long-standing type. Slow to bolt, and resistant to heat and drought.
Black Beauty Zucchini Summer Squash
Fruit are harvested at 6 to 8 inches by two inches and dark green.
Burpee's 'Globe' Tomato
Heavy yielding, vigorous, smooth, solid, globe-shaped pink fruits.
Bush Table King Acorn Winter Squash
Acorn-shaped winter squash on compact plants.
Buttercrunch Bibb Lettuce
Long standing, heat tolerant, and dark green with reddish tints.
Cardinal Tomato
Medium sized, beautiful red colored, flattened globe shaped fruits.
Caserta Summer Squash
Early, bush-type, cylindrical, creamy flesh, skins that are light-green with dark-green stripes.
Champion Radish
Bright red, one to one and one-half inch, globe with mild flesh.
Cherry Belle Radish
Quick growing, globe shaped radish with bright red skin and crisp, firm, white flesh.
Congo Watermelon
Medium red colored flesh with very high sugar content.
Crimson Sweet Watermelon
Light-green, dark-green stripes and average about 25 pounds.
Early Prolific Straightneck Summer Squash
The fruits taper towards the stem end and are a nice lemon yellow color.
Early Thorogreen Bush Lima Bean
Productive, vigorous plants with beans that are bright green at the processing stage. Excellent fresh or for canning and freezing.
Fordhook 242 Bush Lima Bean
Heat resistant for the South and performs equally well Northern and Maritime climates.
Full Heart Batavian Endive (Escarole)
Large thick dark green leaves, 10-12" compact heads.
Giant Nobel Spinach
Giant, thick, dark green leaves. Excellent for canning.
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Many people ask, who determines an AAS Winner? The answer is that independent AAS judges determine the AAS Winners by judging and scoring the entries. The judges score each entry from zero to five points, with five being the highest. Judges report their scores each fall. AAS uses an independent accounting firm to calculate the average score of each entry. Only the entry with the highest average score is considered for a possible AAS Award. The AAS judges determine which, if any, new unsold entries have proven superior qualities to be introduced as AAS Winners.

What qualities will judges score? Judges look for significantly improved qualities such as earliness to bloom or harvest, disease or pest tolerance, novel colors or flavors, novel flower forms, total yield, length of flowering or harvest and overall performance. In the last ten years an entry needs to have at least two significantly improved qualities to be considered by judges for an AAS Award.  The AAS Winners offer gardeners reliable, new varieties that have proven their superior performance in trial grounds across North America.

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