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The honor, presented at the International Plantscape Awards at Cultivate’16, recognized the company’s Subterranean Park installation in New York City’s Lowline Lab.
Conley, a long-time member of the National Greenhouse Manufacturers Association, played a significant role in the greenhouse manufacturing business that his father founded in 1946.
The news this week of Great Britain’s departure from the European Union has sent shockwaves through many industries, including horticulture. Here’s a look at the potential effects of “Brexit” across the horticulture and floriculture industries.
Arie van der Giessen, who has led the horticultural operations for many successful regional and national greenhouse operators in North America, will start his new role in September.
Lisa Ruggiers has been active in NGMA for several years, and will work closely with the group’s officers and board of directors.
The new redesign of the Hoffman Nursery website packs in more content than ever with updated resources and 30 years of experience growing grasses.
The Plantscape Institute of America, which became part of AmericanHort in 2015, will present the International Plantscape Awards at Cultivate’16, and will also induct two new Plantscape Hall Of Fame members.
The PMA Fresh Connections: Floral events will unveil new market research and trends, while offering insights into the changing landscape of floral retailing.
While there’s no immediate cause for alarm, experts say the cicada’s egg-laying process can damage woody ornamentals and make them vulnerable to diseases.
Beginning April 15, Dramm will be posting trivia questions on its website and on Facebook. Contest winners can earn free Dramm products.
For the past few years, QS Top Universities has compiled a rankings report of the world’s top universities in 42 subjects. One of the categories is “Agriculture & Forestry,” and each year the list includes names that are likely familiar, and close to home, for greenhouse growers.
Katy Moss Warner, President Emeritus of the American Horticultural Society, was elected President of the Board, while three new board members were also elected.