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Grower releases new 'Shades of Beautiful Guide' and on-demand 'Fresh Color for Spring' webinar

Bring new ideas for color, texture, and fresh designs to your customers this season with two new resources from Monrovia. The company is offering its new Shades of Beautiful plant palette guide and Fresh Color for Spring webinar. Both are packed with information on plant combinations, color trends, and tips for your customers who are planning to refresh their gardens this spring.

The new Shades of Beautiful guide features ten on-trend color palettes for spring and summer. From the hot pinks and yellows of Maxi Skirt Maximalism to the dramatic plum, silver, and chartreuse hues of the Luminous Shade Garden, you’ll find just the right combination to help home gardeners create stunning borders, beds, and containers. Each palette features perfectly paired colors and plant suggestions to make designing and shopping easy. Download this free guide here.

Once you have your guide, tune into the Fresh Color for Spring webinar for more inspiration and sales tools. Join Katie Tamony, Monrovia’s chief marketing officer and trend spotter, and new plant manager, Georgia Clay, as they welcome two special guests. Debra Prinzing, author, speaker, and founder of, and Robin Avni, Co-founder and Creative Director of BLOOM Imprint, join the conversation. The group highlights how to make the most of color in the garden and in flower arrangements. “We look at trends in home, fashion, travel, and other parts of our lives,” says Tamony. “Your customers don’t garden in a vacuum. Trends outside of the gardening realm affect the designs and colors they choose for their outdoor spaces. This discussion brings inspiring ideas together and offers plant choices that are perfect for containers, cutting gardens, and the landscape.” Watch the webinar here.

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