Congressional Action Days is a great chance for Society of American Florists members to meet their state’s lawmakers and discuss the most critical issues they are facing.
Armitage says decks and small spaces allow younger generations to enjoy all the benefits of a garden without the work.
It’s splashed all over social media: 2016 is going to be a great year! And what’s fueling that […]
Sustainable business practices and recruiting young growers were just two of the issues growers and suppliers brainstormed on at GROW Summit 2015.
Garrett Owen, recipient of the Richard T. Meister Scholarship, says his career goal is to become a floriculture Extension specialist.
In an effort to help combat the loss of pollinator habitats in recent years, the Scotts Miracle-Gro Co. […]
The Shinoda Foundation, named in honor of California floral industry pioneer Joseph Shinoda, will begin accepting applications for its 2016-2017 scholarships in mid January.
University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Professor David Clark recently donated his 40,000th plant to an undergraduate psychology student.
Thanks to the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge, enacted in June 2015 by the National Pollinator Garden Network, scores […]
Conventional ideas about what a landscape should look like are being challenged left and right, from young homeowners […]
Professionally designed and maintained foodscapes are my hope for the future of American landscapes. As the global population […]
Organizations such as American Floral Endowment and others are encouraging industry members to participate in the generous spirit of the holiday season.
The organization, which recycles and repurposes flowers with a volunteer team that delivers bouquets to health care facilities across the country, made its 100,000th delivery to a health care facility in Chicago.