Griffin, a horticultural broker and plant supplier, has released its 2020 Seed-Plant catalog. The 2020 catalog contains Griffin’s complete seed assortment and both new and top-selling varieties from key vegetative partners. In addition, the digital edition includes bonus content to help producers select and grow key new series and the most in-demand products.
New features of the 2020 catalog include:
- More than 3,200 seed annuals, perennials, and edibles, including 200 new and improved items
- 1,100 vegetative annuals and perennials from Syngenta Flowers, Proven Winners, Dummen Orange, and more, featuring more than 350 new introductions
- Enhanced digital extras including crop culture guides, variety selection tools, and additional resources beyond the print catalog
A digital version is available here, or you can contact Griffin directly at 800-323-7253 to request a printed copy.
“Griffin is uniquely dedicated to the seed business and we always strive to provide the highest quality seed and support to our customers,” says Jeanne Svob, Business Manager for Griffin Seed Division. “Our catalog has been the industry’s go-to resource for many years, and this latest edition exemplifies our commitment to our customers and our dedication to be the market’s choice as a seed provider.”
Terra Nova Nurseries New Digital/Print Product Catalog Also Available
Terra Nova Nurseries has also released the 2019-2020 edition of its plant catalog, marking another year of bringing breeding innovation and improvements to the horticulture industry.
Specific sections of the catalog include important information such as new plants for 2019-2020; perennial and annual variety descriptions; an overview about the Terra Nova Nurseries and ThinkPlants recent partnership; plant of the year; marketing metrics; cultural information; trial garden performances; the company’s unrooted cutting program (UTC); sales team contacts; ordering forms; early ordering discount details; and other resourceful content.
The staff-conceptualized catalog includes sections for each genus and featured varieties within all newly released series and collections. New individual varieties are also profiled across large, colorful display pages. Selections include agastache, begonia, coleus, coreopsis, echinacea, geum, heuchera, heucherella, kniphofia, lewisia, pulmonaria, sedum, tiarella, and others.
The catalog contains information about Terra Nova Nurseries’ Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Program, and explains how the company has been developing and implementing a sustainable biocontrol IPM program to defend its plants against problem pests.
This year’s catalog also includes an expanded “Garden Trial Highlights” section, which features feedback on the performance, popularity, and survivability of recently trialed Terra Nova plants.
A digital download of the catalog is available here. Growers can also contact Terra Nova directly to request a print version.