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  • Solenostemon scutellariodes Garden location: Partial to full shade Finished height: 18 to 24 in./45 to 60 cm Finished spread: 20 to 35 in./50 to 90 cm Garden spacing: 24 in./60 cm Supplied as easy-to-sow pelleted seed with a 90% minimum germination standard.  
  • Kong Jr. Coleus Culture Seed Count (pelleted): 22,170 /oz. 780 /g Sowing: Cover seed lightly Germination: 71-76°F 22-24°C Days To Germ: 4-5 Plug Size/Timing: 288-cell or larger, 5-6 weeks Growing On Days: 65-75°F 18-24°C Nights: 57-65°F 14-18°C Pot Size: 5-in./13-cm pots, gallons Weeks to Flower From Sowing: 13-20, depending on the variety Daylength sensitivity: None  
  • Gazania rigens Garden location: Full sun Finished height: 8 to 10 in./20 to 25 cm Finished spread: 6 to 8 in./15 to 20 cm Garden spacing: 6 to 8 in./15 to 20 cm Supplied as easy-to-sow coated seed with a 90% minimum germination standard.   New Day Series Gazania Culture Seed Count (coated seed): 4,400-8,500/oz. 150-3000/g Sowing: Cover with medium layer of coarse vermiculite. Germination: 70-72°F 21-22°C Days To Germ: 3-4 Plug Size: 406-cell or larger Growing On Days: 65-70°F 18-21°C Nights: 55-60°F 13-16°C Pot Size: 306 packs, 4-in./10-cm pots, 6-in/15-cm pot with 3ppp Weeks to Flower: 12-14 Daylength sensitivity: Flowers faster under long days.  
  • Viola x wittrockiana Garden location: Full sun Finished height: 6 to 8 in./15 to 20 cm Finished spread: 24 to 30 in./60 to 75 cm; will spread up to 18 to 24 in./45 to 60 cm in the ground Garden spacing: 12 in./30 cm Flower size: 2 in./5 cm USDA Hardiness Zones: 5 (-20 to -10°F/-29 to -23°C minimum temperature) Supplied as primed seed with a 90% minimum germination standard.  
  • Cool Wave Series Spreading Pansy Culture Seed Count (primed): 28,000-40,000/oz. 1,000-1,400/g Sowing: Cover seed to aid in germination. Germination: 65-70°F 18-21°C Days To Germ: 3-4 Plug Size: 288, 105 or 128 cell or similar-sized plugs Growing On Days: 60-70°F 17-21°C Nights: 50-60°F 10-18°C Can be grown colder which will increase crop time Pot Size: See Weeks to Flower chart below. NOTE: Not recommended for pack production. Daylength sensitivity: Flowers faster under long days – Facultative long day.   Crop scheduling from a larger cell plug Weeks from transplant to finish (105, 128, 144, etc.) Container Plugs per pot Autumn Spring 4.5 in. (10.5 cm), 1 4 to 5 6 to 7 Quart 6 in. (15 cm), 1 5 to 6 6 to 7 Gallon 10-in. (25-cm) 3 6 to 7 8 to 9 Basket 12-in. (30-cm) 4 6 to 8 8 to 10 Basket     Crop scheduling from 288 plug Weeks from transplant to finish Container Plugs per pot/cell Autumn Spring 306 pack 1 4 to 5 6 to 7 (or equivalent) 4.5 in. (10.5 cm), 1 5 to 6 6 to 7 Quart 6 in. (15 cm), 1 6 to 7 8 to 9 Gallon 6 in. (15 cm), 3 5 to 6 6 to 7 Gallon 10-in. (25-cm) 4 7 to 8 9 to 10 Basket 12-in. (30-cm) 5 7 to 9 9 to 11 Basket
  • Petunia x hybrida Garden location: Full sun Finished height: 10 to 15 in./25 to 38 cm Finished spread: 10 to 12 in./25 to 30 cm Garden spacing: 10 to 14 in./25 to 35 cm Supplied as easy-to-sow pelleted seed with an 85% minimum germination standard.   Sophistica Collection Petunia Culture Seed Count (pelleted seed): 33,000/oz. 1,200 PEL/g Sowing: Do not cover seed. Germination: 72-76°F 22-24°C Days To Germ: 4 Plug Size: 288-cell Growing On Days: 61-75°F 16-24°C Nights: 57-65°F 14-18°C Pot Size: 4 to 6-in./10 to 15-cm pots with 1 to 3 ppp; 10-in./25-cm basket with 3 to 4 ppp Weeks to Flower: Spring: 9 to 14 weeks; Summer: 7 to 12 weeks Daylength sensitivity: Similar to Dreams  
  • Petunia x hybrida Garden location: Full sun Finished height: 10 to 16 in. (25 to 40 cm) Finished spread: 16 to 20 in. (40 to 50 cm) Garden spacing: 18 in. (45 cm) to center Supplied as certified, disease-free cuttings through the Ball Certified Plants Program.  
  • Petunia x hybrida Garden location: Full sun Finished height: 12 to 18 in. (30 to 45 cm) Finished spread: 24 to 48 in. (60 to 120 cm) Garden spacing: 24 in. (60 cm) on center Supplied as certified, disease-free cuttings through the Ball Certified Plants Program.  
  • Petunia x hybrida Garden location: Full sun Finished height: 10 to 16 in. (25 to 40 cm) Finished spread: 16 to 20 in. (40 to 50 cm) Garden spacing: 18 in. (45 cm) on center Supplied as certified, disease-free cuttings through the Ball Certified Plants Program.  
  • Rudbeckia hirta Garden location: Full sun Finished height: 18 to 24 in. (45 to 60 cm) Finished spread: 18 to 24 in. (45 to 60 cm) Garden spacing: 18 to 24 in. (45 to 60 cm) on center Supplied as certified, disease-free cuttings through the Ball Certified Plants Program.  
  • Verbena hybrida Garden location: Full sun Finished height: 8 to 12 in. (20 to 30 cm) Finished spread: 18 to 24 in. (45 to 60 cm) Garden spacing: 18 in. (45 cm) Supplied as certified, disease-free cuttings through the Ball Certified Plants Program.  
  • Dahlia hybrida Garden location: Full sun Finished height: 16 to 18 in. (40 to 45 cm) Finished spread: 12 to 16 in. (30 to 40 cm) Garden spacing: 12 in. (30 cm) on center Supplied as unrooted cuttings available exclusively through Ball Seed, and as rooted cuttings available from selected Root & Sell locations.  
  • Pelargonium x hortorum Garden location: Full sun Finished height: 12 to 14 in. (30 to 35 cm) Finished spread: 12 to 14 in. (30 to 35 cm) Garden spacing: 12 in. (30 cm) Supplied as unrooted and callused cuttings available exclusively through Ball Seed, and as rooted cuttings available from selected Root & Sell locations.
  • Osteospermum ecklonis Garden location: Full sun Finished height: 18 to 24 in. (45 to 60 cm) Finished spread: 16 to 24 in. (40 to 60 cm) Garden spacing: 18 in. (45 cm) on center Supplied as unrooted and callused cuttings available exclusively through Ball Seed, and as rooted cuttings available from selected Root & Sell locations.
  • Begonia x tuberhybrida Garden location: Full sun to partial shade Finished height: 7 to 10 in./18 to 25 cm Finished spread: 10 to 18 in./25 to 45 cm Garden spacing: 8 to 12 in./20 to 30 cm A Ball Ingenuity product, available exclusively through Ball Seed. Supplied as easy-to-sow pelleted seed with an 85% minimum germination standard.
  • Breezy Begonia Culture Seed Count (pelleted seed):            2,268,000-2,551,500/oz. 80,000-90,000/g Sowing:                                            1-2 seeds per pellet Germination:                                    75-78°F   24-25°C Days To Germ:                                 7-14 Plug Size:                                       INFORMATION TO COME Growing On             Days:                                      68-75°F                  20-24°C             Nights:                                    65-68°F                  18-20°C Pot Size:                                              4-in./10-cm and 6-in./15-cm pots, hanging baskets Weeks to Flower:                              18-20 Daylength sensitivity:                          Breezy begonias need long days to flower. Additional lighting will improve the quality of the plant and shorten crop time.  Short days will extend the overall crop time.
  • Celosia cristata Garden location: Full sun Finished height: 16 to 20 in./40 to 50 cm Finished spread: 12 to 14 in./30 to 35 cm Garden spacing: 8 to 12 in./20 to 30 cm A Ball Ingenuity product, available exclusively through Ball Seed. Bred by FLORITEC. Available as unrooted cuttings and rooted liners.   Twisted Celosia Culture Propagation Tray Size (Cells/tray) 72 or direct stick into pots Rooting Hormone Yes Average Days with Mist 5 Pinch Yes Average Propagation Time 14 days   Finishing Soil pH 5.8 Light Levels High light Finishing Days 72-78°F 22-26°C Nights 66-68°F 19-20°C Fertilization (ppm) 250 ppm weekly No. of Pinches 1, see Crop Schedule below Crop Time from Rooted Cutting See Crop Schedule below Plant Growth Regulators B-Nine (Alar) at 2,500 ppm – first application 2 weeks after the pinch, when new shoots are about 1.5 in./4 cm in length. Then spray once a week for about 3 weeks. Pests None significant Key Tips: Interrupted night lighting from 10 p.m. until 2 a.m. during the rooting process.   Crop Scheduling: 4 in./10 cm 6 in./15 cm 8 in./20 cm Plants Per Pot 1 ppp 2-3 ppp 3 ppp Direct Stick Day 1 Day 1 Day 1 Night Lighting (Optional – Suggested) Day 1 Day 1 Day 1 Pinch Day 14-16 Day 14-16 Day 14-16 Begin Short Days Day 15-17 Day 18-20 Day 20-22 Flower Day 53-55 Day 56-58 Day 58-60  
  • BOTANICAL TO COME Garden location: Full sun Finished height: 24 in./60 cm Finished spread: 34 in./85 cm Garden spacing: 24 in./60 cm Flower size: 2 to 4 in./5 to 10 cm USDA Hardiness Zones: 5 to 9 (-20 to 20°F/-29 to -7°C minimum temperature) A Ball Ingenuity product, available exclusively through Ball Seed. Bred by W. Kordes' Söhne. Supplied as 32 and 72-cell liners and as 4.5-in./11-cm pots exclusively from Greenheart Farms.
  • Kolorscape Rose Culture Finishing Soil pH 5.8-6.5 Light Levels INFO TO COME Finishing Days 68-75°F 20-24°C Nights 58-65°F 15-18°C Fertilization (ppm) 125-150 No. of Pinches At least 2 shears, depending on cycle Crop Time from Rooted Cutting (Liner 72) 1 gallon 1 ppp, 12-16 weeks 2 Gallon 1 ppp, 14-18 weeks Plant Growth Regulators Bonzi can be used Pests Diseases: Generally disease tolerant, overhead fungicide application can be beneficial. Key Tips: Full culture notes available and additional support can be provided.        
  • Rosa hybrids Garden location: Full sun Finished height: 24 in./60 cm Finished spread: 36 in./90 cm Flower size: 2.5 to 3.5 in./6 to 8 cm USDA Hardiness Zones: 5 to 9 (-20 to 20°F/-29 to -7°C minimum temperature) A Ball Ingenuity product, available exclusively through Ball Seed. Bred by W. Kordes' Söhne. Supplied as 32 and 72-cell liners exclusively from Greenheart Farms.
  • Veranda Rose Culture Finishing Soil pH 5.8-6.5 Light Levels INFORMATION TO COME Finishing Days 68-75°F 20-24°C Nights 58-65°F 14-18°C Fertilization (ppm) 125-150 No. of Pinches At least 2, depending on production cycle Crop Time from Rooted Cutting (liner 72) 1 gallon 1 ppp, 12-16 weeks 2 Gallon 1 ppp, 14-18 weeks Plant Growth Regulators Bonzi can be used Pests Diseases: Generally disease tolerant, overhead fungicide application can be beneficial Key Tips: Full culture notes available and additional support can be provided.    
  • Osteospermum ecklonis Garden location: Full sun Finished height: 12 to 18 in. (30 to 45 cm) Finished spread: 14 to 20 in. (35 to 50 cm) Garden spacing: 18 in. (45 cm) on center Best for: Filler, Thriller A Burpee Home Gardens Exclusive. Supplied as certified, disease-free Genesis and unrooted cuttings through the Ball Certified Plants Program.  
  • Petunia x hybrida Garden location: Full sun Finished height: 10 to 16 in. (25 to 40 cm) Finished spread: 20 to 30 in. (50 to 75 cm) Garden spacing: 20 in. (50 cm) on center Best for: Filler A Burpee Home Gardens Exclusive. Supplied as certified, disease-free cuttings through the Ball Certified Plants Program.  
  • Flourish - New England Grows 2013

    1. 1. Bill Calkins Ball Horticultural Company IGC Business ManagerA plant for every purpose.A purpose for every plant.
    2. 2. Verbena Aztec White Cool Wave Pansy White High contrast. Begonia BabyWing ● Classic color combo Angelonia AngelMist White White Bronze Leaf ● Upscale like a tuxedo ● Accent garden décor ($$$) Ornamental PepperPetunia BlackVelvet Heuchera Blackout Black Pearl CalibrachoaPowWow™ Wild Berry Echinacea Petunia Sophistica Blackberry Can-Can Dark Purple
    3. 3. Look at me. We were obsessed with hot pink all summer, and according to the Fashion Week runways, it looks like its coming back Petunia Debonair Dusty Rose again next spring. Its bright, fun and sexy in a super-feminine way—plus, it has a certainEasy Wave Petunia Shell Pink look-at-me effect. New Guinea Impatiens Divine Pink
    4. 4. High voltage. ● 55 mph ● Landscape drama ● Color shouts SPRING!Zinnia Zahara Yellow Osteospermum Voltage Yellow Dahlia Dahlietta Julia Calibrachoa Cabaret Deep Yellow
    5. 5. 2012 COY. Tangerine Tango, a spirited reddish orange, continues to provide the Celosia Bombay Orange energy boost we need to recharge and move forward. Geranium Allure Tangerine pantone.com TIP: This was the coreBegonia Sparks Will Fly color for 2012, Impatiens according to the color Patchwork Cosmic Orange experts at Pantone.
    6. 6. The Holy Grail.Blue is calming. It can be strong and steadfast orlight and friendly. Almost everyone likessome shade of the color blue. Cerulean Blue was so awesome… in 1999.
    7. 7. Fairy tale. Another trend that has emerged from fashion weeks in India as well as elsewhere is white. In fact, the Osteospermum Serenity White all white fairy tale look is one of the hottest trends to emerge this season. FashionForRoyals.comSnapdragon Oh Snap! WhiteBegonia Yin White Lobelia Hot Springs White
    8. 8. Swiss Army plant. Whopper Red with Bronze Leaf ● Indoor ● OutdoorMillion Kisses Honeymoon ● Hanging Gryphon Taishan® Gold African Marigold
    9. 9. Take control. ● Gardens Bon Bon Cherry Bliss ● Containers ● Big BloomsDragon Wing Red Fire Balls Taishan® Gold African Marigold
    10. 10. Better breeding. •Bulky plantsSombrero Salsa Red Cheyenne Spirit •More blooms up •Super hardy Double Scoop Cranberry PowWow Wild Berry Henna Coleus Redhead Coleus
    11. 11. Artwork by:Sombrero Salsa Red Cheyenne Spirit Emma Calkins, 4 Double Scoop Cranberry PowWow Wild Berry Henna Coleus Redhead Coleus
    12. 12. Electric Lime® ColeusTIP: Display beds and premadedesigner combos will help inspire yourcustomers to get creative with uniquefoliage varieties. Henna Coleus Redhead Coleus
    13. 13. PurpleBaronOrnamentalMillet
    14. 14. Blue Chalk Senecio Twisted ArrowsTwisted Dart® Juncus Juncus
    15. 15. Verde and Limón TalinumBreathless® Blush & White Euphorbia
    16. 16. Be creative.● Mix colors & textures● Use the air● Fun with gallons
    17. 17. Unique looks.Can-Can®TerracottaCalibrachoa ●Totally unique from annuals ●Fill whiskey barrels ●Group and price high
    18. 18. Lavender Ellagance Pink Sensory experience. …based on the idea that a customer whose senses are fully engaged will stay longer and buy more. Alyssum Clear Crystal White & Lavender Shades Stock HotCakes Pink
    19. 19. Oops. ●Interns ●One or two might have fallen in ●Happy koiCoal Miner ColocasiaHibiscus Luna Rose Thalia Red Stem Colocasia Coal Miner Pontederia Royal Blue Maui Magic Colocasia
    20. 20. Dianthus Green Ball Armeria Ballerina RedMona Lavender Plectranthus Truffula Trees Bellis Bellissima Mix
    21. 21. Dad, can I have one? ●Kid-friendly sections ●Kid-friendly events ●Schools Celosia Intenz Gomphrena FireworksMona Lavender Plectranthus Bellis Medicis Red
    22. 22. Spring fever. •Sneak Peek open houses •First-to-market RESPONSIBLY •Success Osteospermum Pansy Matrix Serenity Rose MagicZion Copper Amethyst Serenity Lemonade Osteospermum Voltage Yellow
    23. 23. Sneak peek. •Behind-the-scenes •Partner up •Make $$ Osteospermum Akila Osteospermum 3D SilverPurple, White, Lavender Dianthus Everlast Burgundy Blush
    24. 24. & Sidekicks. ●These plants can all be grown and sold alongside mums. Gaillardia Mesa YellowOrnamental Pepper Sangria Gaillardia Mesa Bright Bicolour
    25. 25. & Partners in crime. ● Autumn color bowls – Ornamental Peppers, Celosia, Taishan… ● Combos – Purple Millet (thriller); Zinnia Zahara (filler); Helenium Marigold Taishan Gold Dakota Gold (spiller)Ornamental Millet Jade Princess
    26. 26. It’s bloom time.Can-Can®Terracotta More blooms and for longerCalibrachoa would make me buy more perennials. Leucanthemum Real Neat Dianthus Everlast Lilac+Eye Phlox Peppermint Twist Achillea Red Velvet
    27. 27. Work smarter. Access the biggest online product lineup. ●Order anytime – 24/7 ●Document management ●Tons of marketing tools BallSeed.comMona Lavender Plectranthus
    28. 28. VISIT:• Facebook : IGCFlourish• Twitter: @BillCalkins• Pinterest: Flourish for IGCs• Website: Ballhort.com
    29. 29. Bill Calkins• bcalkins@ballhort.com• 630-588-3249
    30. 30. Debuting at Spring Trials, April 2013
    31. 31. Kong Jr. Series ColeusGrowers: 30% smallerleaves than Kong meaneasier shipping – lessbreakage, less loss.Retailers: Big-appeal shadeoptions with landscapelongevity.Offered in North Americaexclusively through BallSeed. Green Halo
    32. 32. Kong Jr. Series Coleus Lime Vein Rose Scarlet
    33. 33. New Day Red Shades GazaniaGrowers: Compact habitand uniform floweringmake it easier for high-density packs and smallpots. NEW Red Shades is anall-new colour to gazanias.
    34. 34. Divine Series F1 New Guinea ImpatiensIf you want vegetativeperformance at seed prices…If you’ve put your standardImpatiens walleriana programon hold…If your landscaper clients wantlots of brilliant shade colour…If you’re stressed out aboutwhere to take your shadeprogram…Divine is your solution.
    35. 35. Cool Wave™ F1 Spreading PansyGrowers: Cool Wave Pansiesdeliver easy spreading colourfor Spring and Autumn – nowyou can extend your growingseason for the in-demandWave Brand to Spring andAutumn, too!Retailers: Showier baskets andpremium packs of Cool WavePansies inspire consumers andcan be sold at higher pricepoints. They’re the bestchoice for colour all season for Golden Yellowlandscapers and gardeners.
    36. 36. Cool Wave™ F1 Spreading Pansy Purple Pastel Mixture Berries ‘N Cream Mixture Mixture Improved
    37. 37. Sophistica™ Lime Bicolor Improved PetuniaGrowers: Unique decoratorcolours with professionalseed quality. They’re easierto manage and easier tomix with other petuniasthan vegetative varieties.Retailers: “New anddifferent” petuniascommand a higher pricepoint than standardvarieties.
    38. 38. Cha-ching Cherry PetuniaGrowers: Easy-to-grow, multi-colourpetunia times with other BFP noveltypetunia varieties.Retailers: Exciting novelty varietydisplays well at retail – great incombos with other species.
    39. 39. Ragtime Petunia – Home Depot ExclusiveGrowers: Exciting new trailingpetunia is an excellent companion toRhythm and Blues.Retailers: Trailing, vigorous plantsmake dramatic displays in hangingbaskets.
    40. 40. Rose and Shine PetuniaGrowers: Stable blackcherry bloom with creamstar pattern – can be grownwith other BFP noveltypetunia varieties.Retailers: Stunning looksand mounded habit willattract shoppers’ attentionalone or in combos.
    41. 41. Gold Rush Rudbeckia – IGC ExclusiveGrowers: Unique double-bloomed variety flowersearlier and has superiordisease resistance to seed-type rudbeckias.Retailers: Double flowersgive this rudbeckia apremium look, perfect forupscale containers.
    42. 42. Enduro Series VerbenaGrowers: Enduro is ideal forSummer production –won’t flush out of flower inthe heat.Retailers: Vigorouslandscape verbena offersthe same Summerflowering as Homesteadwith an upgraded purpleand two new colours. Rose
    43. 43. Enduro Series Verbena Rose Purple White Blush
    44. 44. Enduro Series VerbenaNew hardy verbena serieshas superior Summerflowering over all otherverbenas on the market.The first series that is hardyto Zone 7. Purple
    45. 45. Dalaya Series DahliaGrowers: Repeat-flowering,disease-resistant dahlia willbloom Spring to Fall.Retailers: Unique coloursstand out at retail…andcontinue to bloom! Shari
    46. 46. Dalaya Series DahliaEye-catching, bicolourflowers resist mildew andgive great performancefrom greenhouse togarden. Showcase them asa centerpiece in mixedcontainers. Yogi
    47. 47. Double Take Series Interspecific GeraniumGrowers: The most uniforminterspecific geraniumseries on the market givesyou 12 double flowers atfirst flush when grown 3plants to a basket.Retailers: Controlled habit,superior hold and shatter-resistant double flowersadd up to excellent sell-through. Pink+Eye
    48. 48. Double Take Series Interspecific Geranium Pink Pink+Eye Red Scarlet White
    49. 49. Double Take Series Interspecific GeraniumHigh-performance seriesoffers well-matched habitsthat are very controllablefor growers and havesuperior hold at retail. Red
    50. 50. 3D Purple Envy OsteospermumGrowers & Retailers: One-of-a-kind bicolour joins the3D double osteo lineup –blooms stay open 24/7.
    51. 51. Breezy F1 Trailing Tuberous BegoniaGrowers: Seed series isnaturally branching andmounding to produce agreat container or basketcrop.Retailers: Easy-to-retailseries for the shadefeatures big and bright,double blooms. Pink
    52. 52. Breezy F1 Trailing Tuberous Begonia Pink Red Salmon Orange White Yellow
    53. 53. Twisted CelosiaGrowers & Retailers: Set yourprogram apart with this vivid newcolour! It’s easy to grow alongsidemums for Autumn, in Springprograms, and as a potted plant. Anice addition to Intenz programs.
    54. 54. Kolorscape Series Shrub RoseGrowers: Delivers betterlandscape performance andvalue than Knock Outroses…with a flexiblemarketing program.Retailers: Stunning, easy-care series is more compactthan Knock Out with moreof a value price –consumers and landscaperswill be back for more! Cheri
    55. 55. Kolorscape Series Shrub Rose Flamingo Kardinal Milano
    56. 56. Veranda Series Shrub RoseGrowers: The first series ofcompact floribunda-typeroses bred specifically forpatio planters and mixedcontainers.Retailers: Decorator item issuited to premium SKUs. Angel
    57. 57. Veranda Series Shrub Rose Blush Brilliant Chica Cream Lavender Sunbeam
    58. 58. White Lightning Spring DaisyGrowers: The bestSummer-performing osteo!Grow it in any climate – it’son par with popularVoltage™ Yellow!Retailers: Beautiful,traditional white daisyflowers tolerate heat, rainand cold for three-seasonshelf life.A Burpee Home GardensExclusive.
    59. 59. Flash Mob Series PetuniaGrowers & Retailers: WOW! Thesetwo superstars will really get theparty started in your Burpee HomeGardens color program. There’snever been colors like these invegetative trailing petunias. BluerificA Burpee Home Gardens Exclusive. Redtastic

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