Carex has quietly become as important to the landscape trade as popular grasses like panicum and miscanthus.
Has enough time passed to add bedding impatiens back into the starting lineup without the fear of downy mildew?
Allan Armitage outlines his favorite top performing plants of 2014 he’d like to see offered by growers, brokers and retailers in 2015.
The greenhouse industry has turned a corner. We are incorporating change into everything we do.
Annuals, perennials, shrubs, even trees, assailed us all season. We started out viewing new plants in April at the California Spring Trials and watched these newbies and their older siblings in trials, gardens and field days. Here are some thoughts on the four crops that keep filling my radar screen almost everywhere I go.
The more I meet positive people and learn about successful endeavors, the more I understand that consistency, not power is the key.
Check out Allan Armitage’s recommendations for five plants we all need to see more of in the future.
Allan Armitage celebrates 30 years of writing Tips Of The Trade for Greenhouse Grower and reflects on some memorable moments.
There is no excuse for growers and retailers continuing to sell invasive and aggressive plants. Plants that once seemed benign garden plants are strangling entire areas. And we are still selling them! Even if they look beautiful, they will turn gardeners off and ultimately hurt us all.
Allan Armitage recaps Day 6 of the 2014 California Spring Trials, discussing Bounce impatiens, Kabloom calibrachoas, Cannova callas, Vernique veronica, Madrid Gold lavender and more new varieties.