Ten breeders put forth their best plant varieties for freeing up employees’ time in the greenhouse.
All-America Selections (AAS) has announced its nine new AAS Winners for the 2019 gardening season, each of which were trialed throughout North America by professional, independent, volunteer judges.
Colorado State University’s (CSU) showcase garden in Fort Collins, CO, is home to its annual flower trials, which […]
This year, the Southwest Ohio botanical garden site trialed more than 300 annual varieties with a total of 45,000 plants.
Nearly 150 cultivars were put to the test at the school’s off-campus field site located in Ithaca, NY.
The 2018 tour turned the spotlight on the newest, top-performing plants, and gave visitors plenty of ideas on how to use them.
The event will highlight a comparison trial of hundreds of poinsettia varieties from six different breeders.
Dr. August De Hertogh was known as a premier researcher and champion of flowers, a mentor, advisor, and friend to many.
Holden, who recently retired as Global Head of Breeding at Benary, has a long legacy of plant breeding for Benary, Syngenta, Goldsmith, and other companies.
In his latest Greenhouse Grower column, Allan Armitage says it’s important to support trial gardens because they can truly show which plants might perform best at the local level.
The move integrates one of the industry’s most well-respected bareroot growers into the Bailey organization, while offering customers an expanded product portfolio.
A short list of early-release varieties gives growers access to top-performing new introductions for the upcoming Spring 2019 season, one year early.
The company has added 39 acres in Oxnard, which has a coastal climate conducive to proper orchid cultivation.