Variety Info

Lantana Bandolero Syngenta

Culture Report: Bandolero Lantana Series

Bandolero lantana (Lantana camara) was bred to have large flowers and a vigorous branching habit. It’s an excellent series for large containers, premium summer combos and the landscape. It has an easy, mounded habit reaching... more »

Perfectunia Westhoff

A Passion for Breeding

Petunia and calibrachoa are two of the biggest genera in our industry today. As a flower breeding company, Westhoff has focused on distinguishing itself from their competitors by developing varieties that exceed the diversity that... more »

Terra Nova Unveils CAST Introductions

On March 19, Terra Nova Nurseries released a list of new varieties that had been planned for display during the canceled 2020 California Spring Trials (CAST). The company also planning to release a new video... more »

Celebrate Hydrangea!

Some might argue that hydrangeas should be recognized as plant of the century, rather than just the year 2020. Hydrangeas have been around forever, and most of us have fond memories of our parents or... more »

Cruze Control calibrachoa - Green Fuse

Enchanting Calibrachoas

Oh, what changes we have seen in the calibrachoa world since the breakthrough breeding and introduction of the calibrachoa Million Bells series by Suntory in 1993. This new category of plants is now a significant... more »

Rudbeckia - Green Fuse

Culture Report: Rudbeckia ‘Rising Sun Chestnut Gold’

The genus of Rudbeckia hirta has long been a staple crop in North America. One of the most easily recognized plants by the general consumer, rudbeckia has long exhibited excellent sell through. Traditionally, the finished... more »

Bidens Blazing Embers - Danziger

The Colorful World of Danziger

Danziger has participated in North American summer trials for many years and has entered a plethora of current and new introductions from a wide range of genera. They understand the importance and value of the... more »

Madrid Lavish lavender

Celebrate Lavender!

Each year, the National Garden Bureau recognizes specific plant species as part of its “Year of” program. In annuals, 2020 is the Year of the Lantana. You can read more about this crop in the... more »

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