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Syngenta Flowers Relaunches Perennial Program

Syngenta Flowers has relaunched its perennial program with more than 20 new and improved varieties. The expanded portfolio includes seed and vegetative perennials for all seasons. “Perennials have become increasingly popular due to their incredible reliability in the... more »

Shrub Madness Crowns National Champion

As the NCAA prepares to crown its national men's basketball champion this year, Shrub Madness has come to an end with At Last rose being crowned the 2016 National Champion. Coming from a crowded field of 64... more »

2016 Marks Historic Year for Sakata

On Jan. 16, Scott Kelly, expedition commander on the International Space Station, tweeted a photo of a blooming zinnia at the International Space Station 250 miles above earth. The #SpaceFlower, as Kelly hashtagged in his twitter post,... more »

Culture Report: Poco Kniphofia Series

The revolutionary Poco series of red-hot pokers addresses many of the shortfalls of this perennial and opens new opportunities for landscape and container usage. Short bloom-time, unattractive foliage and lack of hardiness were many of... more »

Additional Studies from the Poinsettia Trials

As a part of the additional studies from the 2015 North American Poinsettia Trials, we are presenting consumer survey results from trials at University of Florida (UF) (Table 1), North Carolina State University (NCSU) (Table 2)... more »

BrazelBerries Debut in Germany

Fall Creek Farm & Nursery, Inc., has formed a partnership with zu Jeddeloh Nurseries to launch the BrazelBerries Collection of ornamental berry plants into German garden centers in 2016. Introduced by zu Jeddeloh to the... more »

New Poinsettia Standouts for 2016

With more than 150 cultivars, the 2015 North American Poinsettia trials were the largest ever. The trials included several new introductions for 2016 that are potentially important for just about every grower. New vigorous reds... more »

2016: Year of the Begonia

We all know that begonias are the landscape staple … from sun to shade, real estate installations to municipal plantings, they work. They work hard, but are these old workhorses really worth all the attention?... more »

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