Plants are our common denominator, but trust and positive interaction with our customers and each other is truly what keeps us in the plant business.
In between offering his take on new varieties and gardening trends, Allan Armitage and his wife Susan recently became proud citizens of the U.S.
In his latest column, Allan Armitage says perhaps we should, as an industry, extend our hands to our youngest members. We might be pleasantly surprised what happens.
Our industry does a good job of making things convenient for our customers. It’s time to take it a step further.
Check out Dr. Allan Armitage’s top five picks from visits to Dummen Orange, Chisan Orchids, and Windmill Nursery during day four of California Spring Trials 2017.
Take a look at Dr. Allan Armitage’s top five favorites from the American Takii, Sakata, and Floricultura stops during the 2017 California Spring Trials.
Today I wanted to share some exciting programs that were on display on Day 2 at CAST. There are always new plants to chat up, which I will do tomorrow, but here are a few interesting lineups to think about.
On day one of California Spring Trials 2017, Dr. Allan Armitage reveals the five plants that most caught his attention.
“Of Naked Ladies and Forget-Me-Nots” offers Allan’s recollections of the origins of unique plant names, as well as how many plants factored into historical events.
Allan Armitage says it’s time to get in touch with our true audience and market plant solutions, not plant products.
New crops are great, but Armitage says selling plants by function makes more sense.
Here’s a look at plants that could help you with successful growing in 2017.
Are you wondering which plants to grow? Here are some perennials, annuals, and herbs that are gaining popularity.