Snapshots from Cultivate

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Check out some of the most memorable moments and displays from Cultivate'19.

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August 20, 2019

Cultivate’19 was a whirlwind of fun new displays, gorgeous plants, networking and so much more! Since there’s no way to see everything going on, we rounded up some of the highlights from this year’s event. For more photos from the show, search #Cultivate19 on social media to see what other attendees thought was noteworthy.

Proven Winners created a real summer deck vibe at their booth, complete with spots for weary show-goers to take a load off.
PHOTO: KATE SPIRGEN
Brand-new calibrachoas from Danziger showed off their dense mounding habits with tight internodes for flowers galore.

PHOTO: KATE SPIRGEN

 

Emerald Coast Growers says succulent popularity shows no signs of slowing. Just this year, the company added more than 50 new perennials as well as succulents and ornamental grasses.

PHOTO: KATE SPIRGEN

Burpee showed off its new and unique vegetable varieties that are perfect for container gardens. From Brussels sprouts to purple peppers to herbs, they had unqiue varieties to get gardeners talking.
PHOTO: KATE SPIRGEN
Americanhort took an opportunity to showcase its HortScholars program through which undergraduate and graduate students spend seven days at Cultivate to network, attend educational sessions and make presentations at the Knowledge Center.
PHOTO: KATE SPIRGEN
Ball Floraplant featured lots of new geraniums in rich shades of red and pink including Galaxy Salmon, Dynamo Pink Flare and Fantasia Fuchsia Berry in the New Varieties Zone.
PHOTO: CHRIS MANNING
The Annual Retailers’ Choice Awards, hosted by Garden Centers of America, showcased voters’ favorite new products from 13 companies. Pictured here is the team from CTI Plastics Plastic, who won for their pots made from recycled plastic gathered from the sea.
PHOTO: KATE SPIRGEN
Monrovia proudly displayed its Retailers’ Choice Award for Hydrangea macrophylla Seaside Serenade ‘Newport’.
PHOTO: MATT MCCLELLAN
Justin Tidrick of Pacific Green Growers won the last of three Yeti cooler giveaways at the Garden Center magazine booth.
PHOTO: KATE SPIRGEN
At the annual Horticultural Industries Leadership Awards, Greenhouse Management and Nursery Management magazines recognized six outstanding professionals for their dedication, hard work and contributions to the nursery and greenhouse industries. Pictured from left are Nursery Management Editor Kelli Rodda, Alan Jones of Manor View Farm, Terri McEnaney of Bailey Nurseries, Doug Cole of D.S. Cole Growers, Art Van Wingerden of Metrolina Greenhouses, Dale Deppe of Spring Meadow Nursery, George Lucas of Lucas Greenhouses and Greenhouse Management Editor Kate Spirgen.
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Arizonaeast created a Pinterest-worthy display of tiny terrariums, putting the succulent trend front and center.
PHOTO: KATE SPIRGEN
Concept Plants’ Senecio candicans ‘Senaw’ Angel Wings was a big hit at the show with its silvery, silky foliage. Attendees couldn’t keep their hands off of the unique texture.
PHOTO: KATE SPIRGEN