Newsletters from Suntory Flowers
Suntory Flowers Variety View – Join Us in Florida for TPIE
In so many ways, the Tropical Plant Industry Exhibition (TPIE) in Fort Lauderdale is the most fun! It’s at this show, we really shine the spotlight on Sun Parasol mandevillas, most of which are produced in Florida.
Suntory Flowers Variety View – We’ve Got Classic Blues!
It’s timeless, It’s classy, It’s Blue! Every year we patiently wait for the new Pantone color to be announced for the New Year. This year, it’s “Classic Blue!”
Suntory Flowers Variety View – New Varieties for the New Year
What a great time to start planning your 2020 offerings with our “Great 8”! Each one of these varieties will help make your New Year bright with something new…
Suntory Flowers Variety View – Time to Rebook Princettia
Merry Christmas! We hope you had a wonderful holiday plant season with awesome sell-through. It’s time to book Princettia cuttings for 2020!
Suntory Flowers Variety View – CAST 2020 Registration
Join Us for CAST 2020 at Our New Coastal Santa Barbara Location. REGISTER NOW!
Suntory Variety View – Brindabella Pink Princess at MANTS
Follow Your Nose to Suntory Flowers Brindabella Pink Princess at MANTS!
Suntory Flowers Variety View – Extend Your Season with Surdiva
Extend Your Season with Suntory Flowers Surdiva Scaevolas – the perfect summer annual!
Suntory Flowers Variety View – Happy Thanksgiving!
Happy Thanksgiving! Our global Suntory Flowers team wishes you and your families a happy and healthful Thanksgiving.
Suntory Flowers Variety View – Surf’s Up
Choose Surfinia Petunia Combos for lasting performance. Peak season through summer, Surfinia petunias hold up to the elements — heat, wind and rain.
Suntory Flowers Variety View – Soiree Kawaii for Landscapes
Looking for a bedding plant that will go the distance all summer? Soiree Kawaii
catharanthus varieties love heat and humidity – they shine in summer landscapes!
Suntory Flowers Variety View – Last Call for Senetti
As an early season crop, Senetti cuttings are already shipping to Southern Growers.
Now it’s time for all Northern growers to get their orders in.