By far, hydrangeas are the trending plants of choice in Midwest gardens. But there are plenty other selections worth a look for the landscape.
Study reveals impact visual marketing cues have when it comes to consumer preferences, attention, and willingness to pay for horticulture products.
Growing Innovations is an event that shares fresh ideas, new technology, and creative approaches being put to work by specialty crop growers just like you.
More durable varieties can pay off in several ways, according to PanAmerican Seed, from cost savings on production to selling peace of mind in retail.
In an industry where even the smallest things can set us apart from our competitors, let’s take motivation and inspiration from true leaders in their field.
Are you growing bedding plants in large containers? Consider conserving resources by changing the way you water.
New state-of-the-art facility in Orlando is projected to grow more than 5 million heads of lettuce annually.
People’s tastes are different. If you get tired of growing Knockouts and marigolds, there are several planting possibilities for you to explore.
What’s under foot in your facility can help you get a step up on efficiency and profitability.
Proven Winners, Michael Carr Designs, and C3 Gardens collaborate to offer high-end, industry award-winning, self-watering plant containers.
A combination of passive and active ventilation can help manage energy costs without having to rely on the elements.
Check out this up-close look at some of the new crop protection products now available for use on several greenhouse crops.
Educational opportunities will provide a horticultural overview for the alternative crop, with a focus on greenhouse production needs.