The inaugural year of plant trials at the Cornell Botanic Gardens was a great success, according to trial organizers.
Allan Armitage offers his take on new perennial offerings that have caught his eye because of the role they can play in solution gardening.
‘Tis the season for poinsettias, and there are a number of greenhouses hosting poinsettias and open houses over the next few weeks.
The new HandPicked Vegetables microsite from PanAmerican Seed shares product information and plant resources for successful production.
Gotham Greens, a controlled-environment producer of salad greens and herbs, will open its first greenhouse west of the Mississippi in Denver in 2020.
The Upper Midwest was hit by above-average rainfall this year. Find out which cultivars were able to perform best.
‘Verona Zefrever’ features light-blue fragrant blooms in abundant clusters, and it is ideal for both indoor and outdoor use.
The National Cheng Kung University, which published the genome sequence of phalaenopsis, will provide DNA testing and multiplex analysis of orchid plants.
The event will highlight more than 40,000 poinsettias and 20,000 cyclamen that have been grown for the holiday season.
Greenhouse Grower Editor Janeen Wright and Contributing Editor Allan Armitage discuss how labor and hemp are changing the game for the greenhouse industry.
The sustained growth of the fresh produce industry depends on how it manages market expansion and its continued attentiveness to food safety protocols.
Element Farms, a Lafayette, NJ-based producer of greenhouse-grown leafy greens, is set to begin operation at its new 70,000 square foot facility this month.
Check out the 2019 field trial results for the Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center in Overton, TX.