Spring Meadow’s Dale Deppe Receives Horticulture Industries Leadership Award

August 14, 2019 Spring Meadow Nursery

Dale Deppe, owner of Spring Meadow Nursery, was presented a Horticulture Industries Leadership Award (HILA) at a special dinner and presentation ceremony, Sunday, July 14, during the Cultivate 2019 conference in Columbus, OH.

Spring Meadow Nursery Ornamental Plant Breeder Honored

July 17, 2019 Spring Meadow Nursery

Every year, the trade publication Greenhouse Product News (GPN) announces a new class of 40 men and women, under the age of 40 in the horticulture industry, who refuse to conform to the average and instead, strive to keep moving the industry forward. Spring Meadow Nursery’s ornamental plant breeder Megan Mathey has joined the 2019 class of these outstanding professionals in horticulture.

Shrub Madness 2019 Crowns a Winner!

April 8, 2019 Spring Meadow Nursery

Proven Winners® ColorChoice® crowns 2019 Shrub Madness winner as the world’s only plant bracket competition comes to a close for 2019. Based on the college basketball playoffs, the contest is populated with a wide variety of Proven Winners® ColorChoice® shrubs, which compete throughout the month of March for the chance to be crowned National Champion.

Proven Winners ColorChoice Expands Radio Campaign for 2019

March 5, 2019 Proven Winners

With a goal to reach broader audiences of gardening enthusiasts in 2019, Proven Winners® ColorChoice® has scheduled increased media exposure with the largest broadcast and internet radio campaign they have ever planned, generating over 80 million impressions this year.

Spring Meadow Nursery Owner Dale Deppe Receives WNLA Western Legend Award

February 12, 2019 Spring Meadow Nursery

The Western Nursery & Landscape Association (WNLA) recently honored several leaders in the horticulture industry at The Western 2019 trade show in Kansas City. WNLA is a regional trade association whose members represent all specialties within the horticulture industry, including independent retailers, landscape contractors, designers, architects and maintenance, wholesale and greenhouse growers, as well as those in horticulture education, research and students.