Variety Info

Winners Circle

Choosing new varieties to add to your production each year can be quite taxing. Which ones will sell, which ones will perform, which ones will keep your customers (and their customers) happy? It is certainly... more »

Alocasia

Lets Talk Elephant Ears

Growing up in Maryland, nothing screamed tropical more than a plant with large leaves. It didn’t take long for me to quickly fall in love with alocasia and colocasia. Now that I live in Miami,... more »

Two Herbaceous Perennial Varieties Earn AAS Honors

All-America Selections, North America’s oldest and most well-known nonprofit plant trialing organization, recently announced the first winners from their three-winter Herbaceous Perennial Trial:  Rudbeckia x American Gold Rush bred by Intrinsic Perennial Gardens and Echinacea... more »

Culture Report: Impatiens SunStanding Series

A true innovation in breeding, SunStanding hybrid impatiens from Dümmen Orange feature families that are reliably uniform and predictable. This superior uniformity has been achieved through fresh breeding techniques using radiation therapy, which allows expression... more »

Colorful Combination Baskets

Metrolina Greenhouses, in Huntersville, North Carolina, one of the three trial sites on the Southern tour in June, which included Young’s Plant Farm and the University of Georgia, displayed an extensive sun basket collection consisting... more »

Lantana Hot Blooded - Syngenta

2020: Year of the …

August is quickly approaching, the peak of summer is coming to a close, and Cultivate'19 — the industry's biggest North American show — is now behind us. For me, it's time to plan out the... more »

Costa Farms trial garden

2020 Introductions Kick off the Trial Season

Each year, Costa Farms in Florida hosts the big kickoff to the trial season. This is one of the premier annual and perennial trials that features many of the new and most unique introductions for... more »

Industry Top Picks in Georgia

Each year, the University of Georgia welcomes members of the industry along with the general public to tour its spectacular trial gardens. Led by John Ruter and managed by Brandon Coker, the gardens showcase plants... more »

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