WEST CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, August 2021: Darwin Perennials announces the release of its 2022 catalog, filled with new perennials for the upcoming season, as well as innovative new tools to help make production scheduling easy. With consistent, high-quality cuttings from its Darwin Colombia farm and labs throughout the world, Darwin Perennials has the product assortment you need for success.
There are several key introductions for 2022, including:
· Perennial shade solutions in the Lysimachia and Heuchera classes;
· An expanded perennial lineup of Delosperma, Monarda, Phlox and Nepeta;
· Textural Artemisa SunFern™ collection for companion planting and accents; and
· Pollinator-friendly and compact Buddleia Chrysalis™ for rack programs.
“This year we’re bringing more innovations to our product assortment than ever before. Use this year’s catalog as a guide to all that’s new, and trust in our reliable supply chain when it’s time to place your order,” says Seth Reed, Sales and Marketing Manager for Darwin Perennials. “A shout-out also to our new First-Year-Flowering Tool, which breaks the vernalization barrier. Be sure to try it online.”
The First-Year-Flowering Tool (www.firstyearfloweringtool.com) helps growers schedule a wide range of over 150 perennials. The tool is a culmination of extensive trialing and culture research at the company’s West Grove, Pa., facility. It’s easy to use and tells you exact scheduling dates to hit any specific bloom week.
Contact your preferred sales representative for more details on these new products and tools, or to request a printed copy of the catalog. Browse or download online now at darwinperennials.com/salestools/catalogs.
About Darwin Perennials®
Darwin Perennials is Ball Horticultural Company’s perennial brand in North America. Their extensive line-up includes the traditional and reliable to the new and innovative, and comes in a variety of forms, including clean-stock unrooted cuttings and liners, bare root and seed. Darwin Perennial’s outstanding services means success for perennial growers. Visit darwinperennials.com.