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Fall 2012 Production is well underway…

We are looking forward to a great Fall 2012 planting season.  Currently, our first two  houses of Fall material are beginning to show color on some varieties and there is always eagerness to get started early, especially with the cool weather we are experiencing in the southeast.  But of course, there is always the threat […]

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Summer Availability…

Last minute approvals.  Irrigation problems.  Trampled or Wrecked Beds.  These are the inevitable situations that lead to late Spring  and early Summer planting.  Good News!  We still have plenty of inventory, with good numbers of over 50% of our initial Spring product offerings, we are your go-to source for Summer planting. Coleus, Begonias, Impatiens, Verbena, […]

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Are You Getting Impatiens for Spring? We Are….

Premier Growers, Inc. is beginning Spring 2012 production and looking forward to another wonderful season delivering highest quality bedding plants and flowers exclusively to Landscape Professionals. We are keenly aware of industry news of a potential outbreak of Impatiens Downy Mildew (IDM) disease which has led other growers to cancel production of impatiens for the season.  We […]

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New Improved Website Under Construction…

Watch this space in the coming weeks for a re-designed, more user-friendly experience with Premier Growers, Inc.  We will have more product photos and info sheets, catalogs, order forms, availability, etc.  We also want photos of your installations using our flowers and other bedding plants.  We want to help promote our customers in the marketplace.  […]

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Horticultural Plastic Recycling Program is a success!

A big Thank You! to all who took advantage of our “closed loop” horticultural plastic recycling program during this first season.  Together, we were able to recycle over 17 tons of plastic (representing about one-third of everything that we sold this season).  You were saved the effort and cost of disposal, and we recouped almost enough to […]

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