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Mar 9, 2022
FREE 2-Part Webinar Series on Cut Flowers

Ball Seed® is sponsoring a two-part webinar series that will focus on the growing Cut Flower segment and the new varieties coming to market. The area of cut flowers has been on the rise for a number of years – especially “locally grown.” This webinar series keeps the enthusiasm and momentum going!

Part 1: New Cut Flowers From Seed
Wednesday, March 16, 2022 | 1 pm Eastern
This webianr will discuss the new seed introductions of 2021 and 2022 from PanAmerican Seed, Sakata, Syngenta, Takii, Sumika, and other cut flower seed suppliers. Participants will gain a thorough education of what’s new from these worldwide sources. Some of the items covered include lisianthus, sunflowers, dianthus, asters, dianthus, and marigolds.

Part 2: New Cut Flowers From Bulbs, Vegetative Cuttings and Tissue Culture
Wednesday, March 23, 2022 | 1 pm Eastern
Featured sources for this webinar include Ednie Flower Bulbs, Danziger, and other vegetative cut flower suppliers. Viewers will walk away with a better understanding of this ever-increasing segment of the cut flower industry. Some of the items covered include lilies, ranunculus, dahlias, peonies, scabiosa, veronicas, craspedia, cut mums, and limonium.

“The pandemic provided a boost to the cut flower industry, and this created an increase in demand – a demand that translated to increased sales for cut flower growers,” says Dave Dowling, Account Development Representative for Ball Seed. “If you’re in the cut flower business, you won’t want to miss either of these two webinars to keep you on the leading edge.”

Both webinar sessions are free, and viewers can register for one or both at Can't make either date? Sign up anyway! A post-event recording link will be made available.

For more information about cut flowers and programs available through Ball Seed, visit our Cut Flower webpage here.

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