Combos functional for end-consumer and production-friendly

Tagetes/Petunia-Combination - photo: Young’s Plant Farm

Tagetes/Petunia-Combination – photo: Young’s Plant Farm

“Young’s Plant Farm in Auburn, Alabama (US) has an impressive trial garden each year that includes hundreds of individual varieties, along with hanging basket and container trials. Each year, Young’s tries out its own combination containers, besides breeder combos”, explains Janeen Wright in US trade magazine Greenhouse Grower. In her article ‘How to Produce Stunning Combination Containers’ she interviews Penny Merritt-Price, Research and Development Coordinator at Young’s Plant Farm and the designer behind these combinations, which include mixes of vegetables, herbs, and flowers. Merritt-Price shared a few tips with the readers of Greenhouse Grower on how to create stunning combos that are both functional for end-consumers and production friendly for growers [read the full article here].