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National Campaign

Introducing Strawberry Kiss
The national combination name that will be on everyone's lips for 2014


Make gardening easy for your customers by offering the Proven Winners national combination in patio containers or hanging baskets next spring. As we do each year, Proven Winners will run full-page ads in many national gardening and lifestyle magazines featuring Strawberry Kiss. The national combination will also be featured prominently in our FREE Gardener's Idea Book—which is sent to each consumer who responds to our advertising campaign. Last year 600,000 idea books were sent to gardeners throughout the US and Canada, in addition to being shared at gardening presentations, Master Gardener’s meetings, and at many other gardening events.

This year Strawberry Kiss features:

Mini Appleblossom
Royale Whitecap

Be sure to order the plants you’ll need to create Strawberry Kiss next spring. Also check out our National Combinations from previous years—these are other Proven Winners combinations that will help your customers bring color to their homes all season long.

The new consumer ad featuring Strawberry Kiss will be seen in more publications than ever before, reaching millions of gardeners this coming spring. Partial list for 2014 is below.

Publication Circulation Issue Date On Sale
Better Homes & Gardens 7,617,000 March-gardening 5-Feb
BC Homes & Gardens 85,000 March/April 18-Mar
Canadian Gardening 97,996 April-Spring gardening 4-Mar
Canadian Living 511,046 April-starting fresh 4-Mar
Chicagoland Gardening-G 11,113 March 1-Mar
Country Gardens 550,000 Early Spring 8-Jan
Country Living 1,641,000 April-gardening 13-Mar
HGTV 990,000 March-Spring Gardening Preview 12-Feb
Garden Making 23,034 Spring 25-Feb
Martha Stewart Living 2,050,000 March-gardening 18-Feb
AB, ON & MB Gardener 33,800 January-Winter Issue 12-Jan
Southern Living 2,800,000 February 18-Jan
Sunset (AZ and CA) 775,000 February 18-Jan



See Radio and Trade Advertising in the more area in the left column.

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