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. New colors, sizes and flavors make these featured edibles a fresh tastebud experience. Here are 10 new varieties to pump up the flavor power.
New small-space vegetables, container trends and flower/vegetable groupings contribute to a resurgence of interest in growing edibles.
Michael Geary, the association’s President and CEO, discusses how AmericanHort aims to help growers succeed, and what you’ll find when you attend Cultivate’14 in Columbus, Ohio, this July 12-15.
For the Brazelton family, owners of Fall Creek Farm and Nursery, berry love runs through their veins for the benefit of home gardeners.
This is the third article of the four article series highlighting the production and use of pine wood chips as aggregates in greenhouse substrates. We found growers do not need to adjust their production practices when 20% pine wood chips are utilized as a perlite replacement.
Ron Godden of Wenke Greenhouses enjoys the challenge of growing and has a genuine love for the intensity of the spring season.
Try out these four tips from growers who have successfully implemented biocontrol programs in their greenhouses.
Head Grower Of The Year Finalist Andy Buist is a hardworking grower with over 50 years of experience who encourages his employees and spreads his passion to everyone around him.
Innovation and strong leadership skills make Jill West a worthy finalist for Head Grower of the Year.