CSU Announces Annual Flower Trial Garden’s 2022 Winning Flowers

The 2023 gardening season is almost upon us. If you want to know what flowers to plant this growing season, a list of great possibilities comes from Colorado State University’s Annual Flower Trial Garden.  The garden, which spans nearly three acres on the east side of the Fort Collins campus, is a Northern Colorado showpiece with a focused research and outreach purpose.

‘Pasture to Profit’ Coming to High Plains Cattle Producers

July 26, 2022 Colorado Beef Council

Colorado Beef Quality Assurance (BQA), along with Colorado State University (CSU) Extension and CSU Animal Sciences is hosting a stockmanship, stewardship and sustainability event for cattle producers throughout the High Plains Region on August 19-20, 2022. 

Syngenta Flowers’ Penny, Freefall and Delta best performers in Cool Season Trials 2022 from Colorado State University

July 15, 2022 Syngenta Flowers

“Little soldiers in a perfect row”, or Freefall “speaks spring”; in this year’s Cool Season Trials our Viola cornuta Penny, Viola x wittrockiana Freefall and Delta have proven to be best in class!

CSU Test Garden Tells Top Annual Plants for Colorado

June 7, 2021 Reporter Herald

Colorado State University recently announced the top picks in its Annual Flower Trial Garden.

Terra Nova Nurseries Announces Trifecta of Trial Garden Awards

December 14, 2020 Terra Nova Nurseries

Terra Nova Nurseries today announced that numerous varieties received high honors at the Trial Gardens at the University of Georgia (UGA), the Perennial Flower Trial Garden at Colorado State University (CSU) and Smith Gardens New Product Showcase in Marysville, Washington.