The Tropical Plant Industry Exhibition (TPIE) in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, was the place to be Jan. 18-20 to see several of the latest introductions in flowering and foliage plants and discover which landscaping and interiorscaping trends are driving customer decisions. Seen in the Cool Products showcase and booths on the tradeshow floor, these 29 varieties are a small sampling of the new tropical and foliage plants seen at the show that will soon decorate homeowners’ living and outdoor spaces.
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Aglaonema ‘Georgi’s Ruby’ (Costa Farms)
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