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
New small-space vegetables, container trends and flower/vegetable groupings contribute to a resurgence of interest in growing edibles.
Terra Nova Nurseries introduces a brand-new genus, Mukgenia Nova ‘Flame,’ as part of its Sneak Peek variety introductions.
The newest specialty annuals have a lot to offer with outstanding new colors, foliage and performance. Find out what’s new for 2015.
Final voting is now open for the 2014 Readers’ Choice award.
Retailers often look to their plant suppliers for ideas of how to increase their plants sales with smart marketing plans. The California Spring Trials were packed with great concepts you can pass along to your customers.
The new miticide provides a novel mode of action, with active ingredient cyflumetofen, for use in greenhouses, nurseries, landscapes and interiorscapes.
AmericanHort selected six students from across the country to serve as this year’s HortScholars. The competitive application process identifies some of the industry’s brightest young professionals and helps to launch their careers in horticulture by providing education and networking opportunities.
Try out these four tips from growers who have successfully implemented biocontrol programs in their greenhouses.
New begonia variety and coleus series introduced by Terra Nova Nurseries, along with two lobelia reintroductions.