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Help Keep Gardens Buzzing

I'm currently taking in the sights and sounds of the final day at Cultivate'16 — some of you are probably doing the same. There are many buzz words and trends out there on the trade... more »

J. Berry to Introduce New Varieties at Cultivate

Hollywood Hibiscus plants and Lavender Lace Black Diamond Crapemyrtle will take center stage at the J. Berry Nursery 2016 Cultivate booth. Stop by booth 1963 at Cultivate and check out New Product Showcase numbers NV50... more »

Van Belle Introduces 2017 Bloomin’ Easy Varieties

Van Belle Nursery has added eight new, exclusive varieties to its Bloomin’ Easy collection. These additions bring the total number of proprietary cultivars to thirteen – a ‘baker’s dozen’. Young plants of these new varieties... more »

New Varieties: Pretty in Pink

As I go through the hundreds of photos I snapped at the 2016 California Spring Trials, one color continuously graces my computer screen: Pink. Each year, it seems one or two colors dominate the new... more »

Phlox Opening Act Blush

Perennial Solutions: Phlox ‘Opening Act Blush’

Each year many gardeners and landscapers anxiously await the arrival of the spectacular summer flower displays of the landscape staple garden phlox. Now thanks to the breeding efforts of Walters Gardens, the wait can be... more »

GrowIt! App Sees Data Driven Trends

GrowIt! reports 90,000 people have used the mobile app this spring. Over the past year and half, plants on GrowIt! have amassed more than 1.2 million ratings, and searches have been performed by more than 160,000 community members. [caption... more »

Sakata Contributes to Local Communities

Sakata Seed America is increasing its efforts to improve local communities and charities. In recent months, Sakata has made multiple donations to local organizations and events that support the Salinas Valley and extending regions. Sakata's donation... more »

New Perennial Standouts

The demand for perennial varieties continues to grow. I don't know if they happen to be going through another cycle of popularity; it seems like every few years, they make a comeback. Or perhaps it's... more »

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