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NGB Publishes 2021-22 Crop Trend Report

As part of its mission to "Inspire, Connect and Grow," National Garden Bureau (NGB) has published its inaugural 2021-2022 Crop Trend Report that will provide plant and seed brokers/distributors, growers and retailers with an insider... more »

Dümmen Orange Adds North American Manager for Potted Crops

Dümmen Orange has hired Sarah Brackman as the company’s new North American product manager for potted crops. In this role, Brackman will develop and implement a regional plan for... more »

Management — Hitting the Big 9-0!

In 2022, All-America Selections (AAS) will be celebrating its 90th anniversary. That’s right! Back in 1932, Ray Hastings founded All-America Selections as a neutral, non-profit organization that tested and trialed new seed varieties to prove... more »

GPN’s New Varieties Week Returns in May

GPN is excited to announce the return of  New Varieties Week, which will take place May 17 to 19. The online event will feature 60-minute webcasts by companies presenting their new introductions for the 2023... more »

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Suntory Flowers Glams Up the GRAMMYs

Suntory Flowers hit the red carpet once again with Tu Bloom of Bloom Designs, Inc., the official botanical artist for the GRAMMYs. The 64th Annual GRAMMY... more »

Ball Ingenuity Updates Website

Ball Ingenuity, a division of Ball Seed, has updated its website to showcase all of the trending plant categories the company is exploring to bring the next big thing to market. The updated homepage is... more »

Darwin Perennials Sets Schedule for June 22 Event

Darwin Perennials will once again welcome industry guests in-person for its annual Darwin Perennials Day event,  June 22, 2022. Darwin Perennials has released the full schedule for the event and registration is now open. Those... more »

Monrovia Publishes Guidebook for Gardeners

Monrovia has released “Shades of Beautiful” — a guidebook that brings design, color and plant inspiration to home gardeners. The new spring edition of the digital guide, available for Monrovia’s Grow Beautifully newsletter subscribers, features 10 curated... more »

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GPN recognizes 40 industry professionals under the age of 40 who are helping to determine the future of the horticulture industry. These individuals are today’s movers and shakers who are already setting the pace for tomorrow.
Erica Hernandez
Emma Lookabaugh
Melissa Maguire
Cole Mangum
Oz Marshall
Meagan Nace
Tiffany Nohl
Chris Plane
Mike Prol