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Emerald Coast Growers resource guide makes it easy for customers to find best sellers
Emerald Coast Growers has released its 2014-15 Resource Guide, featuring varietal and marketing information for perennials, grasses and tropicals.
“The 2014-15 Resource Guide empowers growers and brokers with the latest knowledge on current trends, selling trajectories and performance where it counts—in the garden,” says Cheri Markowitz, Sales Manager. “We’ve sifted through the explosion in genetics worldwide to make it easier for customers to find the performers they—and their customers—demand and deserve.”
With more than 60 new varieties including additions to the popular Pennisetum Royal Collection and a hot new crop of Terra Nova Nurseries Heuchera, the offering continues to be one of the industry’s most diverse. The company’s Native Wonders collection of ornamental North American native grasses and perennials continues to expand, and succulents continue their boutique reign.
Full-colour, professionally shot photos set off the collection of perennials, speciality plants, the industry’s largest selection of ornamental grasses and the company’s exclusives including Andropogon ‘Rain Dance’PPAF, Muhlenbergia capillaris ‘Fast Forward’, Panicum virgatum ‘Hot Rod’ and Stokesia laevis ‘Divinity’.
For more information or to order any of Emerald Coast Growers’ products, call 877-804-7277 or visit www.ecgrowers.com.
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