Vendors’ expectations are high for 2015, according to their responses on Greenhouse Grower’s 2015 State Of The Industry Survey.
Pollinator health dominated regulatory discussions in 2014 and will continue to do so in 2015. Expect to see another busy year of regulatory changes and research.
Carex has quietly become as important to the landscape trade as popular grasses like panicum and miscanthus.
Contemporary tropical and foliage plants fit right in with the hustle and bustle of the twenty-first century. Their versatility lends itself to countless uses both inside the house and out on the patio.
The Richard T. Meister Scholarship was awarded to Lesley Judd, a graduate student with a passion for horticulture and
a desire to pass her knowledge along through teaching.
Here is how Today’s Garden Center’s 10% Project is trying to make that happen through research, marketing and real world testing.
Immigration, tax and regulatory reforms are a few important issues to watch in 2015. Still, the horticulture industry is on the threshold of change and has reason to be optimistic.
The floriculture industry faces complex issues that research funded by the American Floral Endowment helps address. See what the current research is telling us about pest management, postharvest handling and more.
Growers who are already marketing plant benefits and gardening as a lifestyle say they think this could be the best angle for the floriculture industry to promote our products.
During Greenhouse Grower’s third annual GROW Summit in December a number of ideas, questions and calls-to-action transpired. Here are a few of the highlights.