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Sakata Invites You to the Cool Crop Open House

Growers, distributors and garden center retailers are invited to attend Sakata Ornamental's Coop Crop Open House and Primula Workshop. The event will run Jan. 26 to 28 with a grower workshop focused on primula production... more »

Around the Industry: Dec. 6, 2010

Check out the latest news from Berger Peat Moss and Aris HorticultureBerger Peat Moss Receives VeriFlora CertificationBerger Peat Moss, an ISO 9001 certified business since 1996, now proudly displays a new certification for the management... more »

NGB Website Now Features New Varieties for 2011

The National Garden Bureau website now features images and garden descriptions for more than 100 new annuals, perennials and vegetables that will show up in gardens all over North America next spring.The National Garden Bureau... more »

The Royal Horticultural Society Awards SunPatiens

Sakata Ornamentals recently received an Award of Merit from the Council of The Royal Horticultural Society for their popular 'SunPatiens Variegated Spreading White' in a ceremony held at De Arendshoeve in Holland on Nov. 1.... more »

PPA Announces 2011 Perennial Plant of the Year

The Perennial Plant Association has named Amsonia hubrichtii as the 2011 Perennial Plant of the Year. Arkansas blue star and thread-leaf blue star are common names for the perennialThe Perennial Plant Association has named Amsonia... more »

Around the Industry: Nov. 15, 2010

Check out the latest news from Gowan Co. and Aris Horticulture!Gowan Acquires Rights to M-Pede and ScytheGowan Co. LLC has reached an agreement with Dow AgroSciences LLC to acquire the rights to M-Pede insecticide/fungicide and... more »

All-America Selection Selects 2011 Winners

All-America Selections announced the first seven of the 2011 AAS Winners. Following a trial period where these new, never-before-sold varieties are tested nationally the AAS judges have submitted their evaluations and selected the best performers... more »

National Garden Bureau Announces 2011 ‘Year of the’ Crops

Every year since 1982, the National Garden Bureau and its members select one flower and one vegetable to be showcased in the "Year of the" program - 2011 will be the "Year of the Tomato"... more »

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