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Four Star Greenhouse releases 2024 Plants & Programs guide

July 20, 2023
Four Star Greenhouse releases 2024 Plants & Programs guide

Four Star Greenhouse’s 2024 Plants & Programs digital guide is now available. The guide includes details on Proven Winners National Recipes of the Year, Plants of the Year, annuals, perennials, shrubs, grasses and a customizable... more »

July 18, 2023
15 Retailers’ Choice awards handed out at Cultivate’23

The Garden Center Group recently announced winners of the 2023 15 Retailers' Choice awards at Cultivate'23. There were nearly 70 items nominated, and the panel of judges narrowed it down to these 15 winners. Bailey... more »
Monrovia booth to display plants in botanic garden at Cultivate'23

July 13, 2023
Monrovia booth to display plants in botanic garden at Cultivate’23

Experience Monrovia’s plant selections in a whole new way at Cultivate’23. Visit the Monrovia Botanic Garden at booth #3453 to experience the Craftsmen-grown difference. The tour will be your first look at new and distinctive... more »

July 12, 2023
FloraLife transitioning to post-consumer recycled material containers

FloraLife, a division of Smithers-Oasis, has announced that it is moving toward post-consumer recycled (PCR) material containers. The containers included in the changeover are 5-, 10- and 20-liter containers across all product lines, with other... more »

July 12, 2023
Bloomin’ Easy to release 5 new and improved varieties for 2024 at Cultivate’23

Bloomin’ Easy announced it will introduce five new and improved varieties for the 2024 season at Cultivate'23, booth 2835 and New Varieties Showcase displays NV67/68. “We have five exceptional varieties joining the Bloomin’ Easy Collection... more »
Cercis_GardenGemsAmethyst Star Roses and Plants

July 11, 2023
Star Roses and Plants to showcase new varieties at Cultivate’23

Star Roses and Plants recently announced it will present its new 2024 plant varieties at Cultivate’23, taking place July 15-18 in Columbus, Ohio. The new varieties are as follows. Easy Bee-zy Knock Out The newest... more »
Proven Winners announces 2024 National Plants of the Year

July 10, 2023
Proven Winners announces 2024 National Plants of the Year

Proven Winners recently announced its National Plants of the Year. Each variety in the program meets rigorous standards for garden performance, versatility, iconic style and abundant availability. Beginning in spring 2024, Proven Winners says it... more »
Terra Nova Nurseries to debut new introductions, catalog at Cultivate'23

July 6, 2023
Terra Nova Nurseries to debut new introductions, catalog at Cultivate’23

Terra Nova Nurseries recently announced it will display several never-before-seen plant introductions at Cultivate'23, booth# 1121, 1321, NV62, NV64. In addition, the company will release a new print and online catalog supplement. The new varieties... more »
Plants Nouveau Fruit Snacks small space apple trees

July 6, 2023
Plants Nouveau introduces small-space apple tree collection

Plants Nouveau recently announced Fruit Snacks, an innovative new collection of skinny apple trees that reportedly need minimal pruning. The upright, dwarf and skinny apple trees make it easier for consumers to pick homegrown snacks... more »
National Garden Bureau 2024 “Year of the” crops

July 6, 2023
National Garden Bureau announces the 2024 ‘Year of the’ crops

National Garden Bureau (NGB) recently announced the 2024 “Year of the” crops. The “Year of the” program chooses crops specifically for the North American market that are easy to grow, genetically diverse, and with a... more »
Terra Nova varieties recognized Crocosmia NOVA Gold Dragon

June 30, 2023
2 Terra Nova varieties recognized at University of Georgia Trial Gardens

Terra Nova Nurseries recently announced that two of its varieties were recognized in the Top Three Winners of the Trial Gardens at the University of Georgia (UGA). Crocosmia Nova 'Gold Dragon' and echinacea Sundial 'Pink'... more »
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Taking on trends at California Spring Trials 2023

Cut Flowers Continue The cut flowers trend has been ongoing since its first bump during the pandemic. More traditional varieties are now being promoted as additions to cut flower programs, giving multiple sale options with... more »