Plant Trials

Berger Technical Guides to Benefit Hurricane Victims

Berger has compiled some of its wide expertise in 14 technical guides covering diverse horticultural subjects such as wood fiber, soil pH and tomato growing. One of several Berger technical guides... more »

Some Like It Hot

The Dallas Arboretum is a world-class facility consisting of 70 acres of assorted plant collections, including hardy ferns, holly, palms, Japanese maples and azaleas, as well as container trials and annual beds. The trial gardens... more »

UF Poinsettia Industry Trials Date Set

The 2017 University of Florida Poinsettia Industry Trials will take place Dec. 5, 9 a.m. until 2 p.m., at the UF Environmental Horticulture Greenhouse Complex, 2475 Memorial Road in Gainesville. Attendees will have the opportunity... more »

Outstanding Leucanthemum and Salvia

Each year during the California Spring Trials, Pacific Plug & Liner (PP&L) showcases a comparison trial of one genus. In 2017, they featured two genera: leucanthemum and Salvia nemerosa. In the September issue of GPN,... more »

Mixing It Up

Mixed combinations are certainly nothing new to the marketplace. Consumers love them and they're a big hit at retail. But at the grower level, a lot of thought has to go into which already established... more »

Easy Elegance Variety Honored at Biltmore International Rose Trials

'Screaming Neon Red' received four of the seven awards given at the 2017 Biltmore International Rose Trials in Asheville, North Carolina. This variety, introduced to the consumer marketplace in 2015, received the following honors: George... more »

Top Southern Performers

In the August issue of GPN, trusted columnist and industry consultant Vaughn Fletcher shared his thoughts on the the top-performing varieties during his tour of the southern plant trials. These include Young's Plant Farm in... more »

Spectacular Synergy

Since their inception, multispecies plant recipes have dominated basket programs throughout the country. Every major breeder has introduced combinations using their genetics. In the beginning, these programs consisted of vegetative varieties, but in the past... more »

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