July 28, 2014
California Cut Flower Farmers Help Launch Sustainability Program
This summer, the California Cut Flower Commission released a grower self-assessment sustainability workbook. Next on the commission’s agenda is to roll out a comprehensive sustainability certification program.
July 18, 2014
Darwin Perennials Acquires Perennial Production Location From Aris Horticulture
Darwin Perennials, a division of Ball Horticultural Co. announced the purchase of the perennial unrooted cutting production facility, Green Leaf Plants Colombia, or Flores del Amanecer (FDA), from Aris Horticulture Inc.
July 10, 2014
Young Leaders At Tagawa Greenhouses
Tagawa Greenhouses' has recently taken steps toward improving its operations, which largely involved expanding and improving its production team. The production staff is now made up of many individuals from the younger generation. Meet some of the individuals who have worked their way up to management roles before the age of 30.
July 1, 2014
Gediflora Will Provide All Marketing And Sales Support For Belgian Mums In 2015
Gediflora, the breeder of Belgian Mums, recently changed its partnership with GroLink Plant Company. Starting with the 2015 season, Gediflora will be assuming all marketing and sales support of the Belgian Mums in North America.
July 1, 2014
ePlantSource Partners With Five New Growers, Adds Tropicals And Ferns
The online company's additional locations and expanded categories provide new options for customers.
May 27, 2014
Millstadt Young Plants Now An Independent Root-And-Sell Propagator
Millstadt Young Plants' new status as an independent root-and-sell propagation facility will allow the grower to offer more variety with the same high quality.
May 2, 2014
Green City Growers Produces Food For Local Customers, Provides Jobs To Core Urban Area
The urban greenhouse has been operating for almost a year and a half, and has spent that time refining its product mix and building its staff with workers hired from the surrounding neighborhood
May 1, 2014
49 Percent Of Michigan Growers Reported Structural Damage From Harsh Winter Conditions
While harsh winter wreaks havoc on Michigan greenhouses, growers remain optimistic for spring sales.