The spring 2019 growing season performed as well as or better than expected for many greenhouse businesses. Here’s a closer look at the numbers.
Bailey Nurseries hosted its annual Summer Expo – featuring a brief preview of upcoming 2020 new varieties – at the companies’ headquarters in Woodbury, MN, just outside the Twin Cities.
Here’s how some independent garden centers are making it easier for their customers to find success in growing plants.
Farwest 2019, which kicks off on Aug. 21 in Portland, OR, will feature a wide range of educational sessions, as well as innovations to be found on the trade show floor.
From petunias to plastic pots, members of The Garden Center Group recognized a wide range of products at this year’s Cultivate.
Changes proposed by the Department of Labor aim to make the program more user-friendly.
James Ault of Chicago Botanic Gardens develops garden-worthy plants with unique traits that uphold high-quality performance standards.
The Georgia-based grower recently received international certification from MPS-ABC for its role in environmental stewardship.
H-2A reform and changes to seasonal visa programs are just some of the options on the table as Congress tackles this critical issue.
Greenhouse Grower presented its annual Medal of Excellence awards during Cultivate’19. Check out some of the highlights from this year’s festivities!
Keynotes sessions at Cultivate’19 sought to highlight the major issues affecting the horticulture industry, and how its members can respond.
An upcoming webinar will show you how to make your operation an attractive investment opportunity for the next owners.
Here are some tips on how growers can tap into social media platforms to help customers become successful plant growers.