Our Partners


Our movement was founded in 2013 by Longwood Gardens and the American Society for Horticultural Science. We have grown to more than 200 endorsing partners. We are teaming up to increase public awareness of the positive attributes of horticulture. We want our educators, public service workers, students, and the general public to view horticulture as a vital, viable, and vibrant career path. This task will require a concerted and coordinated effort on the part of all those within the horticulture sector, including industry, associations, organizations, public gardens, elementary and secondary schools, colleges, universities, and governmental agencies.


Interested in supporting the movement? Learn about our Seed Your Future contribution levels and recognition.

Ready to contribute today? Donate to Seed Your Future.

Fruits of the future

Cumulative Contribution

$1 Million+

Ball Horticultural Company

Longwood Gardens

Flowers of the future

Cumulative Contribution

$500,000 - $999,999

Be the first at this level.

Leaves of the future

Cumulative Contribution

$250,000 - $499,999

Dümmen Orange

Corteva Agriscience

Stems of the future

Cumulative Contribution

$100,000 - $249,999

Proven Winners


The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company

Roots of the future

Cumulative Contribution

$50,000 - $99,999

American Society for Horticultural Science

American Floral Endowment

Bailey Nurseries

Horticultural Research Institute

Gary and Sonia Mangum

Sakata Seed America

White Flower Farm

Seeds of the future

Cumulative Contribution

$25,000 - $49,999

Bell Nurseries USA

Fred C. Gloeckner Foundation

The M & T Bank Charitable Foundation


Soil of the future

Cumulative Contribution

$1,000 - $24,999

American Beauties, LLC

American Plant Products & Services

Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers

Association of Zoological Horticulture


Brent and Becky's Bulbs

Lorraine Calder

California Polytechnic State University

Steven M. Castorani

Cornell University

Delaware Valley University

John M. Dole, Ph.D.

Duke University - Sarah P. Duke Gardens

Eason Horticultural Resources

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Fred C. Gloeckner & Co. Inc.

Gateway Garden Center

Green Circle Growers

Charlie Hall, Ph.D.

Iowa State University

J.R. Peters Inc.

Jack Leaver

Terri McEnaney

National Junior Horticultural Association

Douglas Needham, Ph.D.

North Carolina State University

North Creek Nurseries

Octoraro Native Plant Nursery, Inc.

Oklahoma State University

Oregon State University

PAX International

Pennsylvania State University

Purdue University

Paul B. Redman

Restaurant Associates

Fred Spicer

Texas A&M University

Texas Tech University

University of Arkansas

University of Delaware

University of Florida

University of Georgia

University of Minnesota

University of Tennessee - Knoxville

University of Wisconsin - Madison

Van Vugt Greenhouses

Virginia Tech

Eliot A. Wadsworth

Walter's Gardens

Mary Warshauer

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas K. Whitford

John C. & Susan E. Yoder

Plant friends

Cumulative Contribution up to $999

Adams, Bruce
Albin, Clint
Ball, Susannah
Battlefield Farms
Baum, Donna
Birrenkott, Brian
Blumthal, Meredith
Bower, Jr, Carl J.
Brown, Rick
Brown, Tracey
Broxon, Mark
Calkins, Bill
Carter, Cynthia
Cavano's Perennials
Centerton Nursery
Chedester, Debi
Clesen, Jim
Clesen, Ronald
Conley, Marnie
Cornelius, Linda Bateman
Cotton, Harvey
Creswell, Chayton
D'Adezzio, Nick
Day, Mason
Delaware Center for Horticulture
Drotleff, Laura
Edwards, Debbie
Eglinton, Joanna
Fall Creek Garden Club (Indiana)
Filios, Cheni
Fletcher, Vaughn
Freas, George A. 
Friedman, Yelizaveta
Garden Club of America
Garden Club of Indiana, Central District
Gibson, Jeff
Giles, Lawrence
Gragnani, Layci
Graper, David
Gray, Charlene
Green, Danielle L.
Greenstreet Growers
Greisbach, Lee
Groh, Chelsey
Hamilton, Heidi
Hamm, Ronda
Handley, Mont
Hardin, Donna ("The Hardins")
Hensley, David
Horn, Jacob
Huntington, Jeff
Jamette, Zunilda
Josephson, Claire
Kares, Karla
Kister, Janet
Kitz, Jamie
Kostreba, Cindy
Kremp Florist
Krishnamurthy, Vikram
Kuden, Kimberly Merryman
Kulpa, Abby
Laman, Jeff
Lecompte, Judson
LeFevre, Bill
Leventry, Anne
Levy, Miriam
Lighty, Richard and Sally
Logue, Jeannine
Lough, Kimberley
Loving, Sharon
MacDonald, Nora Koerner
Mangum, Cole
Marshall, Abigail
Masterton, Sarah
Mayfield, Janet
McCann, Corey
McIntosh, Kevin
Meyer, Mary Hockenberry
Midwest Ground Covers
Miller, Adie
Miller, David W.
Mindlin, Casey
Moesel, Rodd
Moore, Henri
Morgan, John
Mostardi Nursery
National Garden Clubs
Neff, Michael
Network for Good
Nevler, Susan
NGE Inc., Mary Warshauer
O'Connor, Nina
Paluch, Andy
Perelman, Jessica
Petri, Dede
Pfeffinberger, Corri
Prueitt, Marguerite
Quinlivan, John
Raker, Susie
Raymond, Cari and John
Reed, Seth
Rogers, Mary
Rosiak, Carol Sue
SALT Effect
Sandelin, Dr. and Mrs. Broc
Schmidt, Melissa
Schuster, Doug
Schwarz Ballard, Jennifer
Sclar, Casey
Sharp, Jo Ellen Meyers
Showalter, Emily
Sigler, Kristie
Simone, Joseph
Smith, Julie Clesen
Smyth, Pamela
Snyder, Krystal Lucykanish
Snyder, Mark and Denise
Stephens, Josh
Stewart, Scott
Sugg Middle School Urban Ag and FFA Program
Swofford, Sarah
Tantsits, Sue
Thanksgiving Farms
The West Chester Garden Club for the Zone V Mini-Meeting
Thiele, Len
Traven, Lloyd
Turner Skoff, Jessica
Tuttle, Beth
Underwood, Tom
University of Maine Environmental Horticulture Program
Valley View Farms
Wasylyshyn, Mathew
Wave Hill
Wellons, Aubree K. - Charitable Lead
Wick, Ann
Willoway Nurseries
Woerner, Donna
Wolcott, Gregory and Nancy