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The operation in Miami evaluates plants in its 2-acre field trial garden trials over a six-week period from Weeks 33 to 39.
Gerberas are great potted plants that are easy for consumers to grow successfully in their gardens.
Henry Gonzalez says the core gardener is aging, which makes it important to reach, engage, and encourage new customers to experience the benefits of gardening and houseplants.
See what plants and products caught our eye at the Costa Farms open house in Miami, FL.
Costa Farms is planning to open its 2-acre trial garden on Jan. 15, 2018, for its annual Winter Trial Garden Open House, where visitors will have the opportunity to see more than 500 plant varieties of annuals and perennials.
In her new position, Damarys Mora Crawford will lead Costa Farms’ marketing team and create and execute strategic marketing initiatives to support continued sales growth for the company’s retail customers.
The new “Bring Your Home to Life” lookbook is a curated collection of more than 300 unique plant varieties best suited to grow in homes and offices.
The Miami, FL-based, Top 100 Grower operation announced an agreement for Markel to acquire a majority interest in Costa Farms and its related companies. But the operation will continue to be run by current leadership, with the partnership Markel offers to allow it to continue to grow.
Costa Farms’ acquisition of indoor foliage producer Delray Plants rocked the industry, but the story behind Delray Plants’ sale is the same as for many growers struggling with succession planning. For Costa Farms, the strategic purchase expands its customer footprint and also fast tracks its foray into e-commerce.
Costa Farms annnounced March 10 that it has acquired Delray Plants, one of the leaders in the indoor houseplant industry. The two operations are committed to the same values, principles, and goals to grow the industry, and will fit well together to accomplish this, say Randy Gilde, CEO of Delray Plants, and Joche Smith, CEO of Costa Farms.
The annual event brings breeders, growers, and retailers together to compare new plant varieties and evaluate their performance. Here’s a look at some of the new varieties featured in the trial gardens.