CAST 2023 in 115+ pictures and videos

Last week, the California Spring Trials took place. During the 5 event days, nearly 40 companies presented their products at 10 locations along the Californian coast.

We already posted the photo report and article last Monday, but we received more pictures this week. So if you are eager to see what was on display, check out our photo report with 118 pictures giving an impression of the event and its highlights. On top of that, we even received some videos.

Below are a few of the pictures that are included in the photo report and the videos we received:  

At Ball Horticultural in Santa Paula. Guy Schertzer (left) and André Costa (right) from Morel were onsite showcasing new colors in several of their cyclamen series. Guy holds Metis® Crispino in White, and André holds his favorite new introduction from the Tianis® series in Neon Rose Flame. "The company continues its tradition of excellent breeding in cyclamen!" 

Marcel Zimmerman of Vitroflora with Robert Bett of Planthaven at Santa Barbara Polo Club in Carpinteria. 

HilverdaFlorist's Stef with Highlight Summer Heat. They were presenting their varieties at American Takii in Salinas.

At Benary and Benar+ in Watsonville, also a lot could be seen. In the picture is Matt Mart of Benary presenting Stonehedge Begonias.

Click here to see the complete photo report.

At Benary, every year, they organize something fun, and this year, there was a Highflyer Zipline. Watch the video below to see it in action.

And no pictures from Cohen's highlights at Suncrest Nurseries, but these videos:

Keep sending in your pictures or videos!
Have you exhibited or visited CAST, and do you have some pictures to share? Feel free to send them our way (, and we will include them in our Photo Report of the event. 

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