Monrovia Introduces New, Distinctive Varieties for 2022

November 18, 2021 Monrovia

These new plants are then trialed and tested in varied growing conditions at Monrovia’s nurseries in California, Oregon, Connecticut, and Georgia. The trials are years in the making and allow our Craftsmen to choose only the best of the best – varieties that provide more beauty, longer lasting blooms, and outstanding performance. They look for plants that provide new solutions in the garden, including perfectly sized varieties that fit smaller spaces, plants that offer more disease resistance or selections that can be used in new and exciting ways. Only a select few make the cut.

Captivating Cool Weather Combinations from Monrovia

November 9, 2021 Monrovia

If cooler temperatures have your containers calling for an upgrade, we have a few fun and festive ideas. This season, skip the typical holiday décor and add a few unexpected plants to create containers that shine all winter long. You can learn more, including a new way to look at creating containers, by watching the new Monrovia Seasonal Surprises container videos with new plants manager Georgia Clay.

Monrovia Unlocks the Keys to Beautiful Garden Design

October 18, 2021 Monrovia

 Creating a beautiful garden starts by choosing the right plants. Monrovia’s new Simply Beautiful guidebook provides inspiration to make the process easier, dividing plant choices into seven must-have categories.

Add the Unexpected for Fall Planter Combination Inspiration -Monrovia

September 30, 2021 Monrovia

Autumn is here, and just like changing leaves and updating wardrobes, it is time to transition our gardens too. Spring may get all the fanfare, but the fall landscape has its own sense of style, color, and excitement. As your summer color fades, it’s time to inject some new energy into your garden. This year, why not try something different?

Monrovia Invites You to Discover the Next Big Ideas in Gardening

September 28, 2021 Monrovia

Monrovia’s plant hunter, Georgia Clay and trend spotter, Katie Tamony, explore the future of gardening, emerging new plants, and design shifts. In this engaging 1-hour conversation, the two will show how six key trends are shaping what we will want to grow in our gardens for the next 3-5 years.