In his latest column, Allan Armitage says landscapers, designers, and gardeners want solutions to problems, not simply a recommendation for one more handsome plant.
Financial institutions are still reluctant to part with capital for agricultural and horticultural growth, despite economic indicators. Here’s why banks have raised the bar on lending.
See what new varieties stood out to Doug Cole, owner of D.S. Cole Growers in Loudon, NH, this year.
Known for its commitment to sustainability and innovation, this grower is one of the pioneering trailblazers changing the way horticulture does business.
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.
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.
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.
The mission of CareerUp is to equip young professionals with the skills to maximize their career potential.
This year’s scholarship winner says young people need experiences that challenge them and allow for creativity and innovation.
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.