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T. Jay Higgins of Sun-Fire Nurseries is ready to grow his role and relationship with global plant supplier.
In the first of a weekly series, get to know the people behind some of today’s most popular plant varieties.
A new webinar series from the American Horticultural Society will feature lively and engaging conversations with Great American Gardeners Award Winners.
A new website from AskGrowers provides information on the environmental impact that cannabis brands, growers, and consumers have on the planet.
With legalization on the rise and possible reforms pending, 2021 and 2022 are poised to be game changers for the industry, according to the team at California Lightworks.
Bluehouse Greenhouse has signed a strategic partnership with Longvine Growing, the rebranded Houweling’s Group, to market its California greenhouse-grown tomatoes and cucumbers.
NatureSweet produce is grown, harvested, and packaged by more than 6,000 full-time associates and is sold at several major grocers in North America.
Veggies are more than racks of tomatoes at the box store, and people love to hear about what’s new in veggies just as much as ornamentals.
For consumers, the message is, if you are planning to purchase tulips, daffodils, and other fall-planted bulbs, don’t wait too long or you may miss out.
The COVID-19 pandemic has made edibles a much sought-after category among consumers who have spent hours at home and are looking to not just garden more, but consume what they are growing.
New varieties and garden retail products were the talk of this year’s Farwest Show in Portland, OR, which was back after a year off in 2020.