General Manager for Darwin Perennials
Today’s new and different is tomorrow’s tried and true — if we do our job right. To thoroughly trial a perennial, you must rely heavily on natural timing to see how a plant normally behaves. He'll share his experience in the field to help make plants become a standard in the marketplace.
Chris joins Darwin Perennials with 30 years' experience at Swift Greenhouses in Iowa, where he was Technical Services Advisor. His wheelhouse is perennial production best-practices and he'll impart his knowledge to you through our Notes From The Road blog posts.
Cat is our Darwin Perennials operations manager stationed in our home office of West Chicago, Illinois, but she's keeping communications open with our Darwin Colombia farm! Her blogs will share her perspective on perennials and keep you up-to-date on the latest market news.
Business Development Manager
When she was perennials business manager for Darwin Perennials, Karen was devoted to customer success in the ever-expanding perennial market. Backed by unbeatable service, our superior genetics — delivered in a variety of product forms by a reliable network — come together to propel your profit margins.
Dzintra Osis is Darwin Perennials Business Manager. Her involvement on the team will be key as we introduce new products into the Darwin Perennials assortment. Through her guidance, she’ll provide customers and sales team members the tools to succeed!
Breeder for Darwin Perennials
Laura is a Colombian breeder who learned how to breed in beans! She also grew up on a cut flower farm in Guatemala. Stationed in West Grove, Pa., at Star Roses and Plants, Laura oversees the breeding of Salvia, Veronica and Penstemon ... all key crops for Darwin Perennials with exciting and emerging opportunities!
Global Product Development Manager
It’s an exciting time for breeding perennials, and Sarah is part of the process to bring the latest and greatest to market. Her trials cover a broad range of genetic diversity and she's seeing breakthroughs change the perennial landscape.
Ball Landscape Business Manager
Jeff Gibson knows that color is still king, and the landscape market is shifting toward the use of perennials. But no matter what we offer, looking through the lens of time, cost and space savings will only increase sales to the professional landscape trade.