Culture

Nepeta

Culture Report: Nepeta ‘Neptune’

Color, performance and production align perfectly in nepeta ‘Neptune’ (‘Bokratune’ PP29556). This amazing cultivar is such a different perennial catmint that it captures attention like no other. An international award winner, it has spikes of... more »

Culture Report: Begonia Prism Series

The genus begonia is one of the most diverse in the plant kingdom and continues to provide our industry with a diverse assortment of varieties to meet the demands of increasingly well-informed and savvy plant... more »

verbena Vanessa - Danziger

Culture Report: Verbena Vanessa Series

Let’s face it. Older verbena series just did not perform. They couldn’t offer season-long color and they were plagued with mildew. That’s why we went back to the drawing board to develop a new verbena... more »

Tropical vines

Let’s Talk Tropical Foliage Vines

Who among us has never owned a pothos plant? I believe you won’t find too many that haven’t had one in their home at some point, whether as a child, or currently as an adult.... more »

Culture Report: Osteospermum Bright Lights Series

The Bright Lights collection of osteospermum is focused on the pursuit of heat tolerance and improved habit that only the newer breeding of this genus offers. The collection containers six colors: Yellow, Pink, Double Moonglow... more »

Plant Haven corydalis

Culture Report: Corydalis flexuosa ‘Porcelain Blue’

Our team was truly amazed by how truly blue this corydalis from Plant Haven was our first time seeing it at the California Spring Trials. No hints of greens or lavenders, this is a true... more »

Senetti pericallis - Suntory

Get Ready for Senetti with These Production Pointers!

{Sponsored} For early spring color, you can’t beat Senetti pericallis from Suntory Flowers. Flower count can be as high as 200 on a plant grown in a 10-inch pot in electric shades of blue, purple,... more »

ColorRush petunia Ball

Culture Report: Petunia ColorRush Series

The ColorRush series of petunias was introduced for retail sales in 2017 and was highly noted for its big-time vigor and top garden performance. However, it launched with only a few colors (Pink and Blue).... more »

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