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PP&L invites CAST 2017 attendees to Camp Perennial, for a rustic adventure among the plants.


Watsonville, CA, January 30, 2017— Pacific Plug & Liner is returning to the California Spring Trials (CAST) April 1–6, 2017 with Camp Perennial, where adventure awaits attendees interested in an immersive experience with the latest perennial and specialty products from around the world.


Bringing nostalgia and light-hearted fun together with a highly cultivated selection of quality varieties and complete programs, PP&L is also bringing a renewed focus on perennials in 2017. As attendees follow trails, collect merit badges, eat s’mores and get hands on with the plants at a mixed perennial potting station, they will have more space to explore and a better opportunity to see everything on offer.


PP&L will be featuring new perennial products alongside its Planthology™ Program, which includes:


·         Cordyline

·         Dianthus

·         Lavender

·         Grasses

·         Hydrangea

·         Hellebore Frostkiss®

·         Echibeckia™

·         Echinacea

·         Hula Berry®

·         Bubble Berry®


For 2017, PP&L is hosting Bailey Nurseries, Cultivaris, and branded plant collections Encore®, Southern Living Plant Collection® and Sunset Western Garden Collection®. New this year, we are happy to welcome HMA Plants.


PP&L will also feature a Perennial Showcase, which will include material from Ball Darwin, Dümmen Orange, Intrinsic Perennials, Plants Nouveau and Syngenta Flowers.  Returning in 2017 is the comparison trial, featuring Salvia nemorosa and early blooming Leucanthemum.


Refreshments will be served throughout each day for the duration of CAST, including special camping-worthy treats and coffee from our famous coffee bar.



ABOUT PP&L: Founded in 1999, Pacific Plug & Liner is a California-based plant supplier offering a wide selection of varieties and programs. With strong breeder partnerships and an ideal growing location, PP&L offers only the best in perennials and select specialty plants.