Syngenta Flowers and Royal Van Zanten have announced a new agreement for the production, marketing, and sales of pot mum varieties.
At a time when profit margins and labor are tight and many are looking to cut costs wherever they can, maybe its time to rethink the direction of CAST.
Here’s a small sample of the many great selections that attracted the Greenhouse Grower team’s attention at California Spring Trials 2019.
Greenhouse Grower’s Readers’ Choice Award is presented at Cultivate’19. Help us decide which perennial stands out above the rest.
‘Rainbow Sunset’ potmum from Dümmen Orange is a fall flowering potmum that requires no disbudding or center budding.
Reynolda Gardens in North Carolina is partnering with Spring Meadow Nursery to replace its boxwoods with resistant varieties.
Greenhouse Grower announces the 2019 Industry’s Choice finalists for the Best New Variety award. The winner will be announced at Cultivate’19.
Ball’s partnership with Southeast Asian-based AGA Agro will boost the company’s marigold offerings, while Syngenta is enhancing its poinsettia portfolio.
These plants are adapted to change by becoming super efficient with water, nitrogen, and sunlight.
The Summer Vegetable Trials are modeled after California Spring Trials and are designed to give attendees the opportunity to visit breeder company trial sites throughout the state.
The latest ornamental grasses deliver longer, better blooms with no self-sowing.
The new ornamental tree program will begin with six selections that were chosen for their landscape worthiness, scale, form, and multi-season interest.
Attendees will learn more about cutting-edge plants at the forefront of new trends in gardening and new plant selections that reinvent how consumers think about gardening.