Trial Reports

Johnson Farms

Location: Johnson Farms | Medford, New Jersey, USA | USDA zone 6
Trial Date: November 30, 2011 | Tour with Keith Macindoe, Manager
Focus: Hypericum
Top Results: Ignite Scarlet Red Hypericum, Peaches and Cream Honeysuckle (photo below-right)

IGNITE™ Scarlet Red Hypericum – These plants are compact, no rust. Full of fruit during September and October – perfect for retailers selling to garden centers. These plants are also deer resistant, an important factor for Johnson Farms as they have a customer base of landscape contractors and rewholesalers. This plant is easy to grow, and easy to have success in the landscape. Low water requirements in the landscape once established. (see photo below-left)




Johnson Farms
Trial date: November 30, 2011 | Tour with Keith Macindoe, Manager
On tour with manager Keith Macindoe ...   Click to read more

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Trial date: November 29, 2011
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Trial date: November 28, 2011
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Van Belle Nursery
Trial date: August, 4, 2011
The young plant production is on track to have great-looking liners...   Click to read more

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Trial date: August 2, 2011
This is one of the positive outcomes of having plants that are 100% sterile....   Click to read more

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Trial date: July 25, 2011
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Trial date: August 1, 2011
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Trial date: October 25, 2010
The Bombshell Hydrangea crop was perfect. The plants were compact, without....   Click to read more

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Trial date: Numerous times throughout 2009 and 2010
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Ligustrum sinense trial
Trial date: Summer 2010
This landscape evaluation confirms the compact habit of Ligustrum sinense....   Click to read more