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Hot, humid weather typically makes the garden suffer in July and August, but this year quite a few varieties thrived until the end.
Dr. Allan Armitage showcases a half-dozen selections that have been unaware of the coronavirus and turned out to be some of his favorites for 2020.
The American Floral Endowment recently awarded 15 students with scholarships totaling $38,500.
The 2020 growing season was truly like no other in the Horticulture Display Garden at the University of Minnesota’s West Central Research and Outreach Center.
The efforts of AmericanHort and other organizations helped set a precedent of industry inclusion can only help future relief efforts for this current crisis, as well as future crises.
The Ditto series, part of the company’s Intrinsa breeding program, are white rust-resistant and available in five colors.
The California Cut Flower Commission says the decision is especially disappointing since it comes amid the COVID-19 pandemic, which has greatly affected American rose growers.
The COVID-19 pandemic and weather concerns didn’t stop trial managers and master gardeners from recognizing a range of top performers.
In preparation for the upcoming poinsettia season, Suntory Flowers will license three farms to produce Princettia euphorbia cuttings for North America in 2021.
You can find success in compressing your own growing media mixes. But before you go down that road, run the numbers to see if it’s in your best interest.
A new whitepaper now available for download offers key insights into the top issues and challenges facing the nation’s largest greenhouse ornamentals operations.
From new catalogs to expanded breeding program offerings, here are just a few variety updates to know about as you gear up for the next growing season.
The tour will include a special look at how garden centers do business around the world.