2017 PPA Symposium Sponsors

Each year, hundreds of Green Industry professionals from around the world attend the largest industry event focused exclusively on perennials in the U.S.—the Perennial Plant Association National Symposium. Businesses who sponsor our event gain essential brand exposure through our onsite signage, online coverage, post-event publications, and by providing one item to distribute in each attendee’s tote bag. 

 

We would like to express our sincere thanks to those sponsors shown here who have agreed to provide our event tote bags, water bottles, name badges, as well as sponsoring our coffee breaks, the Tuesday evening reception at the Denver Botanical Garden, and the Friday tour dinner in Vail. 


2017 PPA Symposium Sponsors

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Colorado Nursery and
Greenhouse Association

www.coloradonga.org The mission of the CNGA is to elevate and strengthen independent nursery and greenhouse businesses in and around Colorado. They provide unparalleled education, training and operational support.

PlantSelect

PlantSelect.org Plant Select® is the country’s leading brand of plants designed to thrive in the high plains and intermountain regions, offering plants that provide more beauty with less work so gardeners of all levels can achieve smart, stunning and successful gardens using fewer resources and with a more positive environmental impact.

Jelitto Perennial Seeds

Jelitto.com Jelitto Perennial Seeds has been supplying high quality seeds to plant growers and nurserymen all over the world since 1957. Their headquarters is in Germany and they have offices in the US, UK and Japan. Their extensive selection includes over 3,700 species and varieties of perennials.

JRT Nurseries

www.jrtnursery.com JRT Nurseries Inc. is a family operated business with growing facilities in British Columbia and Washington state. Their horticultural expertise and temperate climate provides an ideal setting for producing exceptional nursery stock. JRT Nurseries Inc. has built a reputation for producing high quality ornamental, small fruit and perennial plants.

Welby Gardens

HardyBoyPlant.com Welby Gardens is a family owned, Denver-based wholesale grower of annuals, perennials, ornamental grasses, and organic herbs and vegetables. They are the exclusive grower of Hardy Boy Plants which are sold exclusively through independent garden centers and professional landscapers.

Center Greenhouses

CenterGreenHouse.com Center Greenhouse of Denver is a fifth-generation family business which has evolved into a state of the art growing facility for pre-finished liners and finished product. Pre-finished plugs and liners are shipped nationally while finished annuals, perennials, herbs, ornamental grasses and designer hanging baskets, known as Power Flowers, are sold locally.

Griffin

www.griffins.com End-to-end solutions are Griffin’s specialty. They represent the industry’s leading breeders and producers, spanning seed and vegetative, bedding and potted crops, ornamentals and edibles. They offer everything needed to support plant production and retail sales.

Must Have Perennials

MustHavePerennials.com Must Have Perennials™ varieties are developed by professional plant breeders, breeding companies and eagle-eyed amateur gardeners around the world. They are trialed rigorously for quality and reliability before introduction. Only those which prove themselves to be genuinely garden worthy make it into commercial production.

Rijnbeek en Son
Perennials Export 

rijnbeek.com Rijnbeek and Son is a fourth-generation perennial grower with over 100 years of industry experience. In the ideal climate of Boskoop, Netherlands, they grow over 3,500 varieties of bare root perennials for the European market, of which over 2,000 varieties are shipped into the U.S. and Canada.

Gully Greenhouses

GulleyGreenhouse.com Based in Northern Colorado, Gulley’s facilities include 180,000 sq. ft. of cold frames and 90,000 sq. ft. of heated greenhouses. They produce over 1000 varieties of perennials, 100 varieties of herbs, and 650 varieties of annuals. Average annual sales quantities include 200,000 gallon perennials, 500,000 2 ½” perennials and herbs, and 5 million plugs.

Darwin Perennials

DarwinPerennials.com At Darwin Perennials plants are selected for their longevity in the marketplace and in the garden. You’ll appreciate their SELLING power, too. Their selection includes the latest perennials, right alongside your favorites. Supply is just as important as genetics. Their newest farm, Darwin Colombia, promises reliable supply of high-quality unrooted cuttings. You can also count on their list of well-known young plant suppliers licensed to carry Darwin Perennials to help meet your Darwin genetics needs week in and week out.

2017 Media Partners

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Garden Center

GardenCenterMag.com Garden Center magazine is the leading industry trade publication serving independent garden center retailers in North America. Garden Center magazine focuses on management, marketing, trends and merchandising for IGCs.

Nursery Management 

NurseryMag.com  Nursery Management is the industry’s trusted voice in woody ornamentals and perennials. They provide relevant content for growers including the latest news, exclusive research, and technical and business management content.

Greenhouse Management

GreenHouseMag.com Greenhouse Management is a leading trade publication serving greenhouse growers, providing in-depth educational content, the most up-to-date independent research, trends reports and relevant business information.

Country Folks Grower

CFGrower.com Owned by Lee Publications, Inc., Country Folks Grower magazine is targeted towards commercial horticulture and agriculture professionals. They are committed to assisting manufacturers, dealers and related businesses to reach the increasingly busy and specialized buyer.

Perennial Pulse

Perennial Pulse Written by industry perennial expert Paul Pilon, the Perennial Pulse newsletter covers a broad spectrum of genera, hardiness zones, propagation and production methods. Paul is dedicated to researching and improving various aspects of perennial production to improve crop quality, decrease production losses and simplify cultural practices.

Grower Talks

BallPublishing.com/GrowerTalks  Started in 1937 by Ball Seed founder George Ball, GrowerTalks has evolved into the top industry publication for floriculture growers. Led by Chris Beytes, the magazine delivers more than double the number of editorial pages than other industry publications.

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