Perennial Solutions: Heucherella ‘Autumn Cascade’

Heucherella is an intergeneric cross between heuchera and tiarella. They’ve become increasingly popular, but are still overshadowed by the popularity of heuchera, one of its parents. Originally, heucherella cultivars were much like their parents and... more »

Inspiring a Water-Wise Garden

Consumers are growing more conscious of the environment, and that is in a large part due to drought conditions and water restrictions. And regardless of drought, consumers obviously want a garden that is easy to... more »

Culture Report: Gerbera Revolution Series

The Revolution series from Kieft Seed is the leading pot gerbera for uniformity of flowering window across its entire color range. Its high uniformity enables consistent, fully programmable, high-density crops year round for 41⁄2- to... more »

Perennial Solutions: Nepeta ‘Purrsian Blue’

Nepeta ‘Purrsian Blue’ is the perfect cultivar for those seeking a tidier, more compact catmint. In addition to its attractive plant habit, ‘Purrsian Blue’ was selected for being highly floriferous. Bred by Walters Gardens Inc.,... more »

Success with Succulents

There has been growing interest in the ornamental production of succulents, which are plants with thick, fleshy stems and/ or leaves. Botanically, these plants are members of several different plant families including the cactus, stonecrop,... more »

Culture Report: Pelargonium ‘Pinki Pinks’

Pelargonium ‘Pinki Pinks’ from Jaldety Nurseries is an unusual species in the Geraniaceae family. When looking for great color effects paired with a long-blooming, drought- and wind-tolerant plant perfect for just about any garden setting,... more »

Perennial Solutions: Adenophora confusa ‘Fairy Bells Gaudi Violet’

It’s really great to witness all of the fine breeding efforts that have occurred with perennials over the past couple of decades. I particularly like to see when a breeder takes a little-known plant, such... more »

Culture Report: Salvia Grandstand Series

The first commercial Salvia splendens varieties were tall, thin and lacking the colorful punch of today’s selections. Breeders saw the potential of this plant and soon developed varieties that were much more compact with an... more »

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