For the Brazelton family, owners of Fall Creek Farm and Nursery, berry love runs through their veins for the benefit of home gardeners.
See why Creek Hill Nursery’s sustainable growing practices and strong customer relationships has made it a finalist for Greenhouse Grower’s Operation of the Year.
Check out Allan Armitage’s recommendations for five plants we all need to see more of in the future.
Corso’s Perennials, a member of the Lowe’s Growers Council for perennials for about five years, is a heavy supplier of Lowes’ perennial stock in the Ohio-Michigan region. Lowe’s counts on its vendors for new ways to expand its consumer base, and Corso’s pre-made, perennial combination planters are another way the operation has been contributing to the retailer’s growth. Ranging in price
Phytophthora is the number one disease of floriculture and nursery crops nationwide. Here are some effective measures growers can take to reduce the occurance of this pathogen, known as “the plant destroyer.”
Get to know the three young go-getters who made Gotham Greens what it is today.
A year ago, he announced to the industry he would switch his growing and consulting focus from flowers to food. In this new column, Peter Konjoian shares his research on new possibilities and demand for growing produce in greenhouses.
Consumers still love fairy gardens, but growers can expand their customer base by supplying pre-made gardens to retailers.
See how Henry Mast Greenhouses’ commitment to quality crops, customer success and sustainable practices has made it a finalist for Greenhouse Grower’s Operation of the Year Award.
Ivan Tchakarov’s contagious enthusiasm, technical knowledge, drive for innovation and deep passion for his work make him a deserving finalist for the 2014 Head Grower of the Year.