California Spring Trials

2017 Spring Trials Preview — Vol. 2

And the countdown continues! In my last newsletter, I began a series of "sneak peeks" into the new introductions that will be on display at the 2017 California Spring Trials. Today, the annual trek down... more »

2017 Spring Trials Preview — Vol. 1

The 2017 California Spring Trials may be 65 days away, but the event will be here before we know it. Each spring, members of the industry gather together in various locations across the California coast... more »

PP&L Features Camp Perennial During Spring Trials

Pacific Plug & Liner is returning to the California Spring Trials (CAST) April 1–6, with Camp Perennial, where adventure awaits attendees interested in an immersive experience with the latest perennial and specialty products from around... more »

Comparing Lavandula

Lavandula was trialed 10 years ago in our 2006 comparison trial. Since then, there have been some major changes with so many new varieties being introduced, so it was time to revisit it. To make... more »

Roll Out the Red Carpet

Artemisia ‘Quicksilver’ Proven Winners This stylish, heat- and drought- tolerant plant is recommended for combinations. It presents cool silver, dissected foliage and a spreading habit. ‘Quicksilver’ is also strong in the landscape and is an... more »

Trending from the Golden State

For this photo-heavy look at trends from California Spring Trails, see the PDF below. Combo Creations Mixed combinations are nothing new, but they continue to grow in popularity. The breeding companies continue to build on... more »

Begonias Continue to Trend Upward

Each year, I look forward to the National Garden Bureau's "Year of the" campaign. As with any other industry, certain categories have their time to shine at various moments. As you're well aware by now,... more »

Garden Communicators Share Spring Trials Experience

National Garden Bureau (NGB) hosted five popular garden bloggers, writers and authors during California Spring Trials to gather information they can use for the next year or two in their individual writing. ... more »

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