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AAS Announces Three More Winners for 2020

All-America Selections, North America’s oldest and most well-known non-profit plant trialing organization, has announced three new AAS Winners for 2020. All AAS Winners are trialed throughout North America by professional, independent, volunteer judges who grow new,... more »

Year of the Lantana

Celebrating Lantana!

Each year, the National Garden Bureau selects crops in various categories to honor and promote throughout the gardening season. This year, lantana was selected in the annuals category, and I certainly am not surprised. It... more »

crapemyrtle

Shrubs Are Perennials Too

Over the past several years, many nurseries and greenhouses have added perennials into their product lines. However, there have been fewer nurseries adding annuals or greenhouses adding woody ornamentals to their product offerings. In this... more »

Culture Report: Begonia Prism Series

The genus begonia is one of the most diverse in the plant kingdom and continues to provide our industry with a diverse assortment of varieties to meet the demands of increasingly well-informed and savvy plant... more »

Confetti Garden - Dummen

Resilient Summer Designer Combinations

The introduction of breeder recipes in 2010 was a revolutionary, innovative and timely moment for the horticultural industry. Advancements in genetics in many classes created a plethora of varieties with matched vigor, uniform timing and,... more »

Grandalia dahlia - Syngenta Flowers

Dahlias: Every Gardener’s Delight

If you keep up with the National Garden Bureau's "Year of" program, you're aware last year was Year of the Dahlia. While we already had 365 days of celebrating this stunning crop category, we can't... more »

verbena Vanessa - Danziger

Culture Report: Verbena Vanessa Series

Let’s face it. Older verbena series just did not perform. They couldn’t offer season-long color and they were plagued with mildew. That’s why we went back to the drawing board to develop a new verbena... more »

Tropical vines

Let’s Talk Tropical Foliage Vines

Who among us has never owned a pothos plant? I believe you won’t find too many that haven’t had one in their home at some point, whether as a child, or currently as an adult.... more »

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