January 3, 2018
Kelly Norris: Why We Need to Reevaluate the New Plant Threshold
The value of a new plant seems scaled on how quickly producers add it to their lines as opposed to the value it might actually have at the point of consumption.
December 29, 2017
Why Millennials Can’t Get Their Fill of Foliage Plants and Tropicals
The latest Millennial obsession with houseplants goes beyond a desire to grow something. It’s a lifestyle choice they’re making for the mind, body, and soul.
December 28, 2017
State of the Greenhouse Industry: Regulatory Uncertainty Means It’s Time to Get Involved
With election dynamics, a new farm bill, and pending immigration reform in the mix, 2018 looks to be a wait-and-see year for the horticulture industry.
December 21, 2017
Greenhouse Grower’s GROW Initiative: How You Made a Difference in 2017
To create a competitive advantage, you must consistently experiment with and learn from new ideas. Greenhouse Grower’s GROW initiative provides you with cutting-edge ideas and actionable advice that results in greater profits in everyone’s pocket.
December 19, 2017
34 New Flowering Annuals to Brighten Up Your Product Mix
Consumers will soon have the opportunity to experiment with colorful, big-impact blooms in their containers and landscapes. Here are 31 new introductions to consider that will color-up your product mix.
December 6, 2017
How Mycorrhizae Provide Value at Your Greenhouse or Nursery
Mycorrhizae create a connection between the roots of a plant and the surrounding growing media. This ultimately leads to better crop health through enhanced nutrient and water uptake.
December 5, 2017
GROW Summit 2017 Tackles Marketing and Business Management
This year’s think-tank style event brought together leaders from across the green industry to deliberate on topics such as disruptive marketing, cost accounting, and Millennials, to name a few.
December 1, 2017
Kelly Norris On How You Can Sell a New Landscape, With New Plants Included
In his latest column, Kelly Norris says programs like Plant Select deliberately set out to change the market demand for a different palette of plants. Their success should serve as an example for how to authentically connect the gardening experience of a particular region with the supply chain.
November 29, 2017
2017 Michigan State University Field Trials Results
Check out the 2017 field trial results for Michigan State University in East Lansing, MI.