March 20, 2018
Survey Says: Poinsettia Prices, Sales, and Production Increased in 2017
Traditional reds were still bestsellers, but interest continues to grow in white and novelty varieties. Greenhouse Grower’s annual survey provides an in-depth look at the holiday season.
February 20, 2018
13 New Poinsettias and Succulents for Holiday Sales, Crafting, and Landscaping
Poinsettias and succulents are both in-demand products with today’s consumers. Here’s a look at some of the newer introductions available for retail sales in 2018 and 2019.
October 14, 2017
PlantPeddler Hosting Poinsettia Variety Day in December
The event will feature side-by-side comparisons of more than 100 commercial and pre-released varieties from seven breeders.
February 20, 2017
5 New Varieties Shaking Up the Poinsettia Tradition
With poinsettias trending toward non-traditional colors, growers may find new opportunities to spread sales beyond the winter holidays. Here are five of the newest euphorbia varieties to hit the market that may play a role in redefining the future of the poinsettia market.
February 11, 2017
Poinsettia Survey Reveals Growers Increased Poinsettia Sales and Production in 2016
On average, growers responding to Greenhouse Grower’s 2016 Poinsettia Survey said the poinsettia season was “good,”Here’s a glance at the outlook for poinsettias in the marketplace.
February 10, 2017
4 Ways We Can Reinvigorate the Poinsettia Market [Opinion]
Poinsettias are often described as a beautiful, necessary evil. But they be profitable for everyone again if we work together to promote the right messaging to retailers and consumers.
February 8, 2017
5 Ways to Tie Poinsettias to Lifestyle Trends for Increased Sales
With poinsettia planning upon us, here are a few ideas to incorporate them into upcoming lifestyle and home décor trends to help increase sales.
January 27, 2017
Why Botany Lane Grows Poinsettias On Capillary Mats
A move to watering mats cut water and fertilizer use, production time, and labor for this Colorado-based grower.
December 16, 2016
Please Take Greenhouse Grower’s 2016 Poinsettia Survey
Are plant sales up or down compared to last year? How did Black Friday set the tone for this season? What varieties and sizes were your best sellers? Did you try anything new this year to appeal to younger consumer demographics? We tackle all of these questions and more to help you understand the trends in Greenhouse Grower's 2016 Poinsettia Survey.
November 23, 2016
Tips On How To Prevent Aerial Blight Spread In Poinsettias
According to Michigan State University experts, certain species of the pathogen Phytophthora, which is typically thought of as a root rot, can also cause issues above-ground.
November 21, 2016
Poinsettia Trials Across The Eastern U.S. To Take Place In Early December
Poinsettia growers interested in keeping up with the latest variety and production trends have the chance to attend university open houses in New Hampshire, Louisiana, and Ohio.
October 29, 2016
University Of Florida Hosting Poinsettia Short Course In December
Attendees can check out the latest poinsettia varieties evaluated in the National Poinsettia Trials along with University of Florida greenhouse research, including automated irrigation management and heat delay.
July 2, 2016
Beneficial Predators Can Help Control Whiteflies On Poinsettia
Whitefly infestations are a recurring problem that often plagues poinsettia growers. Successfully keep them in check by letting beneficial predators take the work out of pest control.
February 18, 2016
Poinsettia Survey Shows Strong Sales For Greenhouse Growers In 2015
The year 2015 might have been one that many were glad to see in the rear view mirror, but for poinsettia growers, it was a good sales year — perhaps the strongest in quite a while. Compared to 2014, which was also widely deemed a success among growers for its seasonal cold at just the right time, good weather for shipping, and a good holiday spirit, the 2015 season was solid for a number of reasons. The weather, a rebounding economy, and increased demand all contributed to what growers said was a “very strong” sales season. “It was a strong year beginning to end due to great weather and quality product as the market demanded,” said Dan Chaney of Ivy Acres, in Greenhouse Grower’s 2015 Poinsettia Survey. “Sales were strong. Demand was better than the previous two years,” said Larry Windham of Windham Greenhouses Inc. “Very good. The […]