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Labor was the big topic of conversation at Greenhouse Grower’s Top 100 Growers breakfast during Cultivate’18 in Columbus, OH.
Named for the third generation of the Dewar family, the Elizabeth & Alexandra brand is designed to offer a youthful eye toward quality, style, and convenience for retail shoppers.
Pineae Greenhouses, an Ogden, UT-based producer of spring flowering annuals, perennials, and container nursery products, has achieved MPS-A certification from More Profitable Sustainability.
The company’s new lab in Mabton, WA, is now producing virus-free stock of several crops on a commercial scale.
Nick Gerace is the fourth-generation product of three generations of growing experience. As a young boy growing up […]
The sale of Color Spot Nurseries to Wells Fargo became official on August 17, 2018, resulting in Color Spot Nurseries emerging from Chapter 11 bankruptcy with a successful corporate restructuring.
In an interview with Greenhouse Grower, we got to know this large producer of shrubs, trees, and perennials a bit better, and learned what CEO Jonathan Saperstein plans to do with the Hines Division locations now that TreeTown USA as officially acquired the business from Wells Fargo.
With its pending sale to Wells Fargo Bank, Color Spot’s growing operations will continue in order to honor customer commitments. Meanwhile, the Hines Division, which will be sold to TreeTown USA, will support the company’s continued growth across the U.S.
A July 20 auction resulted in successful bids for the largest greenhouse operation in the country, and a hearing following the auction indicated approval of the sale.
The majority of Greenhouse Grower’s Top 100 Growers plan to invest in technology in 2018 because of labor costs and shortages.
It’s important to start planning early. When you can work out little details ahead of time, the process goes much smoother, and you’re more prepared to deal with challenges when they arise.
When Rep. Julia Brownley of California visited Sun Valley Group, she got a firsthand look at a very busy time in the life of a flower grower.