Culture Report: Mammoth and Veranda Cyclamen

Cyclamen have long been used as an indoor potted plant. More recently, consumers and landscapers are using this colorful yet durable plant in gardens and borders. They also make a lovely patio container planted singularly... more »

Culture Report: Lavender ‘Phenomenal’

Did you know that lavender sells in the highest quantities worldwide of any of the “typical” perennial plants? More than hostas and daylilies even, but the reasons are unique to lavenders. Lavender is not just... more »

Culture Report: Miscanthus ‘Fire Dragon’

Miscanthus sinensis ‘Fire Dragon’ sets your garden ablaze with upright green foliage that transforms into intensifying colors of red and orange. When the temperature cools, this grass heats up. Soft, silvery plumes and scarlet foliage... more »

Culture Report: Portulaca Pazzaz Nano Series

The Portulaca Pazzaz Nano series from Danziger is the new, compact sub-series to the popular Pazzaz series. It has been consistently ranked among the top-performing varieties in trials across the country. Pazzaz Nano has a... more »

Culture Report: Dianthus American Pie Series

The American Pie collection is a beautiful new set of hybrid pinks, with amazingly delicious colors and delightful fragrance, offering customers timeless elegance for their homes and gardens. These dianthus boast the largest flower size... more »

Dahlia Lubega Power Series

Container gardening has become the new norm for gardeners of all ages. According to consumer trend research, as many as 75 percent of people buying annuals use them in containers or pots. Why? Well, there... more »

Culture Report: Lupine Staircase Series

A long standard in gardens and retail garden centers, the showy blooms of lupine have consistently been a fantastic retail impulse purchase. Their main drawback has been the short bloom window. Over several years of... more »

Culture Report: Pericallis Senetti Series

When it comes to early spring color, you can’t beat the Senetti pericallis series from Suntory Flowers. Flower count can be as high as 200 on a plant grown in a 10-inch pot in electric... more »

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