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2014 Perennial Plant of the Year | Jennifer Polanz
Panicum virgatum Northwind, also known as switchgrass, is this year’s Perennial Plant of the Year.

2014’s Most Wanted Outdoor Trends | Nicole Wisniewski
A whopping 94.2% of landscape architects rated gardens and landscaped spaces as popular among their customers this year.

AAS and NGB Elect New Directors and Officers | Jennifer Polanz
The Board of Directors and governing bodies of both All-America Selections and National Garden Bureau met in January during the ASTA Flower and Seed Conference in Monterey, California.

Armitage’s New App | Jennifer Polanz
Dr. Allan Armitage has developed a new app for Android and iPhone called Armitage’s Greatest Perennials & Annuals.

Blue Thumb Acquires Aqua Bella | Jennifer Polanz
Blue Thumb Distributing, a distributor of water gardening products, announced in February the purchase of Aqua Bella Designs.

CURIA Jewelry Line Expands | Jennifer Polanz
Gifting designer/manufacturer Midwest-CBK has expanded its CURIA line of jewelry and accessories after a successful launch last summer.

Suntory’s New Media Ventures | Ann-Marie Vazzano
Suntory Flowers has released a new film detailing the backstory of Senetti, its hit pericallis plant that took Dr. Kioyshi Miyazaki more than eight years to breed from a cineraria plant.

The Home Depot Hires 80,000 for Spring | Jennifer Polanz
The Home Depot, which has more than 2,200 stores across the United States, said it would hire 80,000 seasonal employees for spring, according to a report in USA Today.




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