Flowers
Despite last summer’s wet weather, which did nothing to encourage garden visits, more than 2,500 people (for a total of 10,119 votes) helped in the selection of “Exceptionelles 2009” at Jardin Daniel A. Séguin at the Institut de technologie agroalimentaire in Saint-Hyacinthe, Québec.
After months of peering into a snow-covered backyard, Canadians across the country are already eagerly awaiting any opportunity to get out in the grass and start preparing for spring. Your customers have been flipping through consumer gardening magazines, marking what new varieties and techniques they want to include in their backyard patch this year. Here’s a look at what the latest gardening magazines are highlighting.
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Ornamental sector
big and blooming

The ornamental sector contributes $ 14.6 billion to Canada's economy. That's one of the findings from a national study released yesterday by the Canadian Ornamental Horticulture Alliance.
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A bloomin' big business
The ornamental sector contributes 14.6 billion dollars to Canada's economy. That’s one of the findings of a national study released today by the Canadian Ornamental Horticulture Alliance (COHA).
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Benary acquires several Bodger Seeds varieties
Ernst Benary Samenzucht GmbH has purchased several key products of the professional ornamental seed operations of John Bodger and Sons Company.
April 16, 2009, Columbus, OH — Growers are now making plans to attend the 2009 OFA Short Course being held July 11-14 in Columbus, Ohio. It’s not too early to start preparing for a trip to U.S. floriculture’s largest event. Approximately 10,000 industry colleagues will be at the OFA Short Course.
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Grower program at '09 OFA
Growers are now making plans to attend the 2009 OFA Short Course being held July 11-14 in Columbus, Ohio. It’s not too early to start preparing for a trip to U.S. floriculture’s largest event.
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Proven Winners launches new iGarden training program
Proven Winners has developed a comprehensive training program designed specifically to assist independent garden centres across North America. 
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Yoder Brothers will become Aris
A new chapter opens on July 1 in the history of Yoder Brothers. On that date, the company will become Aris.
March 25, 2009 – Our five senses are affected physiologically by everything in our path.
March 13, 2009, Toronto – From March 18 to 22, 2009, Canada Blooms returns to Toronto to transform the Metro Toronto Convention Centre into Canada’s largest flower and garden festival.
March 12, 2009, Toronto — JVK and Myers are co-sponsoring a recycling display at this year’s Canada Blooms. 
March 9, 2009, Toronto — Dr. Robert Raguso, scent expert from Cornell University, will welcome spring with his presentation, “Wake Up and Smell the Roses: Floral Scent and its Impact on Pollinators and People” at Canada Blooms on March 20.
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Wake up and smell the roses
Dr. Robert Raguso, scent expert from Cornell University, will welcome spring with his presentation, “Wake Up and Smell the Roses: Floral Scent and its Impact on Pollinators and People” at Canada Blooms on March 20.
March 4, 2009 — Green roofs are finally becoming a reality and are increasingly being viewed as one of the responses to the challenges of urban greening.

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