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"Cultivating what’s next for 2025 and beyond"

A visit to Danziger's 2024 CAST display in Gilroy, California, will unveil more than just what's new. It will give you a glimpse of the future. New breeding work is providing solutions for challenges every grower will face, both now and moving forward. Danziger's 2025 lineup is bringing improved resilience, increased adaptability, and unstoppable bloom power in both new and existing varieties.

"Our CAST display will highlight all the ways our genetics thrive in challenging environmental conditions and provide the highest level of performance for growers," said Ori Danziger, Deputy CEO. "Our focus is on cultivating the future, anticipating the needs of our partners, and helping them grow top-quality plant material that growers, retailers, and home gardeners will love."

In addition to all the new for 2025 genetics, visitors will find retail display inspiration, an expanded showcase of Danziger's cut flower program and breakthrough genetics such as the new SOL LUNA PRIME™ Hybrid Impatiens series. This series is set to revolutionize the growing experience, offering a shorter cycle, blooming up to seven days earlier, with excellent uniformity across the colors. SOL LUNA PRIME™ adapts to weather conditions and home gardener needs as well, with outstanding wilting recovery and its ability to thrive in both sun and shade. SOL LUNA PRIME™ is available in six colors, including Orchid, a vibrant deep pink selection.

CAPELLA™ Pink Morn and CAPELLA™ Fuchsia Lace Petunias
The CAPELLA™ series might just be the perfect petunia for both growers and home gardeners. CAPELLA™ meets every grower need, performing well in propagation, blooming early enough for any program, and creating a tidy pot with minimal PGR use. CAPELLA™ will continue to grow and gain size in the garden with plenty of bloom power. This series offers 22 color choices, including two new favorites, Pink Morn and Fuchsia Lace. Pink Morn brings a new pattern to CAPELLA™ with bright pink rims and a multi-colored eye. Fuchsia Lace offers a splash of intense color with a bright rim.

MEGA PAZZAZ™ Portulaca can handle extreme heat and low water conditions without sacrificing bloom power. The mega-sized flowers grace the garden with striking colors and a semi-trailing habit. Three new hues join the series in 2025, including the vibrant MEGA PAZZAZ™ Papaya Twist, with attention-grabbing yellow and orange blooms in a new twist pattern.

NESIA™ Tangerine Nemesia
The NESIA™ Nemesia series offers multi-colored, early spring blooms that are more heat tolerant than other varieties on the market. New for 2025, NESIA™ Tangerine is covered in bright, orange, and yellow color-saturated blooms. Each color in the series stays compact, making it perfect for 6 packs. NESIA™ will continue to gain size, filling larger pots.

EYECONIC™ Orange Calibrachoa
Bold, beautiful, and intriguing, Danziger's EYECONIC™ Calibrachoa series features large blooms in gorgeous colors. New for 2025, EYCONIC™ Orange brings juicy citrus colors to the garden, with bright blooms that draw you in with a deep orange eye. Stunning on its own in hanging baskets and containers, this calibrachoa also blends beautifully in combos.

Danziger is growing its echinacea program with a new addition to the GUATEMALA™ series. GUATEMALA™ Papaya features stunning, bright orange blooms that stand out in the garden center and in the garden. GUATEMALA™ is a high-performing URC series that flowers in weeks 22 to 24, then provides long-lasting bloom power for the home gardener. This first-year flowering perennial requires no vernalization or bulking and is recommended for Zones 5-11.

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