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Get Your Sweet Treat!

Maria Zampini and Dawn Hummel will be handing out ‘sweet treats’ to lucky GWA symposium attendees during the exhibitor tradeshow on Friday and Saturday night. Look for us!
Maria talking at FarWest show
We welcome your questions on LCN Selections and the other new plant introductions UpShoot represents.

HGTV Home Plant Collection Partner

As Director of Plant Development, Maria can speak to the HGTV Home Plant Collection, including both the ‘Expressions’ Annuals and ‘Smart & Stylish’ Shrub lines.

We look forward to connecting with you in person in Tucson!

UpShoot Website

UpShoot Website Launched

UpShoot is your ‘go to’ resource for the newest trees and shrubs being promoted to the wholesale green industry and consumers nationwide.

The website features the plant introductions we are currently promoting, press releases, consumer and industry articles and more.

For details, please visit: 
https://www.upshoothort.com

Garden Writers Association

Looking for a Few Great Writers

We are looking for garden writers, magazine editors and social media contributors to write about our plant selections and more on The CoHort Zone blog.  Contact Maria if you are interested in collaborating with UpShoot. 

Press Kits

Our press kits will be available in early 2013. Sign up to reserve your copy!

GUINEVERE® Dwarf Crabapple Malus ‘Guinzam’

Dwarf Delights

We’d like to share our popular Round Table Series™ genetically dwarf flowering crabapples. OH! The text and images this collection can conjure.

One of our favorites in the series is Guinevere. She is sure to steal your heart, just like she did with King Arthur and Lancelot.

Guinevere® Dwarf Crabapple Malus ‘Guinzam’

Don’t Just Take
Our Word for It

Guinevere® is a crab apple for all seasons. It blooms mid-spring with dark pink buds that open as pale pink, almost white flowers and has beautiful dark green foliage that turns to shades of orange in the fall.

It is ‘neat and tidy” and stays naturally smaller, almost reminiscent of a Japanese maple in the garden, making it suitable for small spaces. I can and do recommend this variety.” 

– Carol Michel,  
May Dream Gardens Blog


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