September 26, 2017
Bailey Nurseries Enhances Product Development Program, Moves Plant Trialing to Georgia
Plant Introductions, which Bailey purchased almost three years ago, is being rebranded as Bailey Innovations, an entity that will breed and trial new varieties in Georgia.
September 18, 2017
Breeders Open Availability for Unrooted Cuttings; Here’s How Growers Will Benefit
With new avenues for buying young plants for vegetative production, growers should have an easier time finding availability and receiving shipments of unrooted cuttings for the coming seasons.
June 8, 2017
Bailey Nurseries Expo to Take Place in Late July in Minnesota
This year’s expo will focus on bridging the gap with Millennials and non-gardeners through creative marketing, engaging in-store displays, and heightened customer service.
May 4, 2017
A Unique Marketing Campaign: Endless Summer Partners With Streaming Music Service Pandora
Consumers can tune into the “Artists Rebloomed” station on Pandora to find hit songs from musical artists who have “rebloomed” and reinvented themselves throughout the years.
April 3, 2017
Pacific Plug and Liner Highlights Camp Perennial, Grower Solutions; Speedling Presents New Offerings from 5 Companies
Greenhouse Grower's second day of California Spring Trials 2017 offered some interesting new marketing efforts. Here's a look at what we saw, and what you need to know.
January 19, 2017
Bailey Nurseries Hosting Spring Previews in February
The previews, which provide education, new variety information, and retail support programs, will take place in Illinois, Minnesota, and Boston.
December 5, 2016
How Bailey Nurseries Has Found Solutions To The Labor Shortage
A changing seasonal workforce led this Minnesota-based company to explore new labor sources through the H-2A program and refugee organizations, and it’s working out for the better.
November 29, 2016
Endless Summer Hydrangeas Will Soon Feature New Identity
Bailey Nurseries, which first introduced the reblooming hydrangea a decade ago, says the new identity will feature a more contemporary look to appeal to current and future gardeners.
April 15, 2016
Pacific Plug & Liner Features Plenty Of New Varieties And Growing Resources During Spring Trials
One of the best-merchandised spots on the California Spring Trials is always Pacific Plug & Liner (PP&L), where the greenhouse is stocked with beautiful plants and displays, and the people are dressed to the nines and graciously ready to help in any way.
March 29, 2016
Bailey Nurseries Develops Program That Texts Plant Care Tips For Endless Summer Hydrangeas
Bailey Nurseries has made it easier for growers and gardeners to cultivate their hydrangeas via a text message program that provides tips and advice.
January 12, 2016
Bailey Nurseries’ David Roberts Says New, Novel Varieties Help Generate A Passion For Plants
Roberts was recently hired by Bailey Nurseries to be the General Manager and Breeder for Plant Introductions, Inc., which Bailey acquired last year.
June 3, 2015
Bailey Nurseries’ Terri McEnaney Recognized By Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal
Bailey Nurseries President Terri McEnaney was recently honored by the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal in their Women in Business 2015 special issue. Those honored were chosen for the impact they have had on the business community in Minnesotoa, as well as their dedication to serving their community. McEnaney was honored for her leadership in growing the company significantly in terms of revenue, staff, global reach and brand development, as well as her strategic acumen and industry insight. Other honorees included executives from U.S. Bancorp, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Gilette Children’s Specialty Healthcare, the American Cancer Society, Cargill, 3M and Wells Fargo. “I am humbled to receive this honor from the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal,” McEnaney says. “To be among this group of esteemed women is exciting. Seeing successful female leaders in other male-driven industries pushes me to continue working and encouraging women in horticulture to grow their passion into a long-term, fruitful career.” […]