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Cultivate '20

Booth #2725
July 11-14, 2020
Columbus, OH

Perennial Essentials Program

Perennial Essentials Program

Programmed for success, our Perennial Essentials programs provide fundamentals for successful perennial growing and all-season color.

Check it out whether you are new to perennials or looking for easy-to-grow, proven varieties to fuel impulse sales.

  • • Regional – seven customized regional programs for the U.S. and Canada
  • • Seasonal – early spring/spring, early summer, mid-summer, late summer/fall
  • • Detailed – liner size, finished pot size, finishing time, hardiness, flower color, height and other attributes
  • • General Culture and Growing Schedules – transplant times, temperatures and more

Perennial Essentials by Region

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  • General Culture and Growing Schedules
  • Perennial Essentials Regional Map
  • Desert SouthWest
  • Florida and Gulf Coast States
  • Mountain and Canadian Provinces
  • Midwest and Northeastern United States and Southeastern Canada
  • Pacific Northwest
  • Southeast
  • Southwest

    Career Opportunities

    January 2020

    From Mums to Marketing … and Everything in Between by Jasmina Dolce, GPN.

    October 2019

    Aris Horticulture, Inc. is pleased to announce the hiring of Art Cady as the Grower Operations Manager for its Green Leaf Plants® division in Lancaster, PA. Art will be part of the PA Senior Leadership Team working under the direction of Blair Hoey, Managing Director.

    Lancaster Online spent time at Green Leaf Plants this summer and interviewed our General Manager, Blair Hoey, for their YouTube Channel. This is a great overview of our wonderful company and member of the Lancaster family.
    View the full video here

    May 2019

    Green Leaf Plants® was recently named to the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services "Employer Honor Roll" at the 35th Annual Employment, Training and Education Conference.

    View the 2019/2020 Perennials, Grasses and Herbs Catalog and our See What’s New in Perennials 2018/2019

    Dianthus Production Guide