Shareable Content for Retailers

Shareable Content for Retailers General Guidelines

Welcome to Monrovia’s Consumer Content page! As a valued customer, we are eager to share with you the latest and greatest of the gardening world, showcasing our beautiful plants and expertise. This page is a tool for you to access current gardening solutions, trends, tips, and much more for your use in newsletters, web site, and social media. To use our content, just do the following:

  1. Need a PDF of an article to print for handouts? Click on the link provided below the description of the content. The link will direct you to a PDF copy of the article.
  2. Want to share a story on your website? Click on the article’s hyperlinked title to access the URL to the blog post, and then embed that URL in your website. Use highlights from the article in your text to introduce the link.
  3. Please include our Monrovia logo wherever possible when you use our content. Logos can be found here.
  4. We would love to see how our content was featured on your site. Please provide us with a link to the story. Send an email to Vivian at


Our content will be updated on a monthly basis. If you are not able to find what you are looking for, check out our blog,! Look for the PDF icon featured in our articles to download a PDF version of your desired blog post. If you are experiencing problems accessing or downloading our content, please do not hesitate to contact Vivian at


Editorial Calendar

2017 Editorial Calendar

2017 Newsletters

Monrovia Confidential – May 2017 – The Number One Indicator of Brand Loyalty

Monrovia Confidential – April 2017– Connecting to the Practical Gardener

Monrovia Confidential- March 2017– Monrovia’s Tips for Sharing Garden Knowledge

Monrovia Confidential-February 2017– Monrovia’s Insider Tips for Spring 2017

New Articles

Dress Up the Porch with Ferns

Athyrium niponicum 'Branford Beauty'As you begin to move outside to enjoy the shade of the porch, terrace, or patio, think about adding graceful, airy ferns to your plantings. Here are a few ideas for designing with them.

PDF: Dress Up the Porch with Ferns


How to Grow Berries in Containers

berrriesincontainerslead300x300Growing berries in a pot isn’t difficult when you select the right container, variety, and location. Here are some quick and easy tips to get you growing.

PDF: How to Grow Berries in Containers


How to Care for Roses in the Summer


Here’s what you need to about taking care of roses in the summer.

PDF: How to Care for Roses in Summer



10 Things Topiary Lover Should Know

4783935506_672d09aa5b_b-resizeContent:  Here are 10 things topiary lovers (or those thinking, hmmm, maybe…) should know.

PDF: 10 Things Topiary Lovers Should Know



Make a Splash with Poolside Plants (Z: 3 – 7)

poolplantslead300x300Content: How to choose the best plants for your poolside for cold zones.

PDF: Make a Splash with Poolside Plants for Zones 3-7



Make a Splash with Poolside Plants (Z: 8 – 11)

cannatropicanna400x400Content: How to choose the best plants for your poolside for warm zones.

PDF: Make a Splash with Poolside Plants for Zones 8-11



5 Ways to Design with Flower Carpet Roses

carumba300x300Content: Roses are a highlight of the summer garden and roses that are easy-care and bloom like crazy. Here are a few ways to use them.

PDF:5 Ways to Design with Flower Carpet Roses



Pollinators are Buzzing Over these Late-Summer Nectar-Rich Plants

30085-butterfly-cleopatra-coneflower-close-up-300x300Content: Here are a few late-blooming flowering plants that you can plant right now that’ll have pollinators all aflutter come autumn.

PDF: Late-Summer, Nectar Plants for Pollinators



In Bloom: Weigela

coco krunch300x300Content: Give weigela a closer look. Check out a few of our favorites.

PDF: Weigela In Bloom



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