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
For the Brazelton family, owners of Fall Creek Farm and Nursery, berry love runs through their veins for the benefit of home gardeners.
Lowering temperature set points in the greenhouse may help you combat rising heating costs.
Grants brought opportunities for High Meadows Farm to start growing raspberries and tomatoes. Read about it in one of four articles on how growers are appealing to the growing interest in edibles.
See why Agri-Starts unique products and services has made it a finalist for Greenhouse Grower’s Operation of the Year Award.
This is the first article in a two-part series featuring research from Purdue University that focuses on energy-efficient production of cold-tolerant bedding plants.
Consumers still love fairy gardens, but growers can expand their customer base by supplying pre-made gardens to retailers.
Breeders at California Spring Trials presented edibles in container gardens, urban gardens and mixed combos with ornamentals. They presented tons of useful ideas for how growers and retailers can present veggies for premium sales. New colors, sizes and flavors make these featured edibles a fresh tastebud experience. Here are 10 new varieties to pump up
Innovation and strong leadership skills make Jill West a worthy finalist for Head Grower of the Year.
Interest and response to Peace Tree Farm’s annuals and foliage plants continues to increase, but herb and vegetable starter plants is where the company makes its money. Read about it in one of four articles on how growers are appealing to the growing interest in edibles.