Hot New Potted Plants And Tropicals From 2013 California Spring Trials

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Each stop at Spring Trials offers exciting new plants and products and this year, that included a lot of new potted plants and tropicals varieties. Take a look at some of these unique new varieties you can put into next year’s program.

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