US: Hort Couture line available at Peace Tree Farm Spring 2018

Spring 2018 buyers and fans of Hort Couture (HC) looking to source the trendy line can place orders with Peace Tree Farm (PTF). PTF has served as a propagation station for the innovative program since 2011 and has stock available for nearly the entire HC line. Peace Tree Farm can ship to most of the eastern United States within a day. They are also fully certified for all 50 states and Canada, enabling them to fill orders placed from across North America.

Hort Couture (HC) is a comprehensive plant line of innovative and unusual fashion-forward plants. This unique selection of plants is an independent brand sold exclusively to independent garden centers. The Hort Couture line has cutting edge genetics producing envy worthy, popular varieties such as Geranium ‘Gliteratti Ice Queen’ and the Coleus ‘Under the Sea’ series. Hort Couture has a new emphasis on their culinary collection geared towards more urban and small-scale container gardens such as Tomato ‘Mixology Cosmopolitan’. PTF will be featuring the Hort Couture Culinary Collection alongside the other great selections from HC.
“Hort Couture has always been known for some of the coolest and most innovative plants anywhere, something really different for consumers. The brand is exclusive to the independent channel from day one and always will be! We are pleased to be leading the charge and look forward to filling 2018 orders,” Lloyd Traven of Peace Tree Farm.
Orders for the Hort Couture line should be placed in advance of Spring 2018. Customers can purchase direct through Peace Tree Farm at or via brokers including Ball Seed Company, Eason Horticultural Resources, Fred C. Gloeckner Company, and McHutchinson. There is no longer a pot requirement for HC purchase and tags can be drop shipped from Master Tag. Peace Tree Farm is poised for fast delivery being located on the busy east coast corridor.

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