Beacon Impatiens Announces 2023 Charitable Support for Friedreich’s Ataxia Research

March 22, 2023 PanAmerican Seed

PanAmerican Seed® is entering its fourth year of charitable contributions to less-widely known causes on behalf of Beacon® Impatiens. Over the years, the disease-resistant Beacon series has shined the light on several organizations through an annual donation of a percentage of global seed sales. For 2023, PanAmerican Seed announces this year’s Beacon Impatiens donation will fight Friedreich’s ataxia (FA), a debilitating, life-shortening, degenerative neuro-muscular disorder affecting one in 40,000 people worldwide.

New Ball FloraPlant Calibrachoa Brochure Available

March 21, 2023 Ball FloraPlant

Explore all of the trending and colorful Calibrachoa options for your greenhouse in this latest fold-out brochure from Ball Seed, the North American distributor with the largest assortment available! Ball FloraPlant and Selecta One are your industry leaders in this popular plant class.

Webinar Recording Available On-Demand: ‘30 Perennials You are Missing in 2023’

March 21, 2023 Darwin Perennials

During a recent collaborative webinar event, experts from perennial industry market leaders Darwin Perennials®and Walters Gardens, Inc. reviewed the best-performing, most-exciting perennials that you may not have heard about. Darren Barshaw and Kata Kress Wallace, along with moderator Seth Reed, recorded a lively discussion on 30 incredible new perennial introductions from the last several years – many of them national award winners and trial garden stand-outs.

Farwest Show Calls for 2023 New Varieties Showcase Entries

The 2023 Farwest Show is now accepting submissions of new plant introductions for the upcoming New Varieties Showcase. 

Trend Alert – Red & Pink

March 20, 2023 Alexandra Farms

Once considered a major fashion faux pas, pink and red is a powerful, punchy color combination that elevates your look and adds an element of fun to your wedding style. While it has long been believed that hues opposite each other on the color wheel were most complementary, sister shades are two of the easiest colors to combine for a modern two-tone effect that feels fresh and unique.