New bidens breeders introduced at California Spring Trials 2019 give growers more options to bring a niche crop into the mainstream market.
It’s always a toss-up whether the plants or the people are the best thing about California Spring Trials […]
Greenhouse Grower Contributing Editor Allan Armitage talks about his favorite New Guinea impatiens from the Dümmen Orange display […]
Cool-weather annuals planted in the spring or fall can extend the gardening season on either side of the summer […]
Check these two digitalis varieties that caught the attention of Greenhouse Grower Editor Janeen Wright, Contributing Editor Allan […]
With six colors and two mixes available, you should have plenty of options to choose from for PanAmerican […]
Green Fuse Botanicals, Suntory Flowers, and ABZ Seeds showed off new salvias, succulents, roses, strawberries, and more during […]
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.