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Supertunia Pretty Much Picasso wins award

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Proven Winners' petunia honored at IPM Essen 2010

Garden Center | February 17, 2010

Proven Winners' Supertunia Pretty Much Picasso won the Innovation Award during the recent IPM Essen 2010 in Germany. This is the second year in a row that Proven Winners has won this award. In 2009, Snow Princess Lobularia was honored.

This is the 14th award that Supertunia Pretty Much Picasso has won. At university trials across the country the plant has been named best performer, top consumer choice, visitor favorite, top ten, visitor vote top performer and more. To see the awards that have been won, please click here.

For more information about the win at IPM, read this article in Horticulture Week.
 

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