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Greenhouse Grower Editor Janeen Wright and Contributing Editor Allan Armitage discuss some of their favorite new plant introductions from Ball Horticultural during California Spring Trials.
California Spring Trials 2019 is not only a plants fashion week on steroids, it’s also a great place to gather some ideas for marketing plants to sell.
Dümmen Orange’s California Spring Trials theme for 2019 was building it beautiful, and the company did just that with some of its new variety introductions for the retail market in 2020.
Each day this month, be sure to check GreenhouseGrower.com to find highlights from CAST 2019, including new plants, slideshows, videos, and more.
California Spring Trials isn’t just about variety introductions; it’s also when several companies choose to announce new partnerships, new leadership, and new ventures.
Proven Winners introduced around 50 new annuals, as well as new perennials and woody shrubs at California Spring Trials 2019.
Greenhouse Grower’s Janeen Wright and Allan Armitage discuss their favorite varieties from visits to Benary and Sakata.
Disease-resistant impatiens, water-saving SunPatiens, and lots of new begonias and bidens are just a few of the items making their debut during day one and two of California Spring Trials
The ThinkPlants marketing initiative expands its network with inclusion of Terra Nova Nurseries to its existing list of partners.
California Spring Trials kicks off in just a couple days, and we’ll be there to provide you with the latest variety information.
The National Garden Bureaus is once again hosting horticulturists from public gardens during California Spring Trials.
Here’s a closer look at some of the new perennials that will be on display at California Spring Trials 2019.