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Suntory Flowers Seeks Flower Photos for Social Media Contest

Suntory Flowers and the nonprofit organization America in Bloom (AIB) are asking for flower photos in a new social media photo contest. The winner will receive an Alive With Flowers – Sunbeam Social Media Award... more »

Bonnie Plants Puts $250K Toward Program for Gardening for Food Pantries

Bonnie Plants, a grower of vegetable and herb plants for home gardens in the U.S., is partnering with The Home Depot and AmpleHarvest.org to encourage gardeners to grow food for local food pantries. Through the... more »

BlueSkye Creative Adds Rempert as Account Manager

BlueSkye Creative, a San Diego-based, award-winning marketing agency devoted exclusively to the horticulture market, has hired Debbie Rempert as account manager. In her new role with BlueSkye Creative, Rempert will be managing the relationship with... more »

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Suntory Flowers Glams Up the GRAMMYs

Suntory Flowers hit the red carpet once again with Tu Bloom of Bloom Designs, Inc., the official botanical artist for the GRAMMYs. The 64th Annual GRAMMY... more »

2022 is the Year of the Salad Greens

According to a 2021 survey commissioned by Fresh Express and conducted by OnePoll, 73% of consumers are dedicating themselves to a healthier diet after gaining what has been dubbed “The Quarantine 15,” meaning the 15... more »

What the Research Says About Millennials and Houseplants

The words “millennial” and “houseplant” have been used in conjunction for the past few years in the horticulture industry. Millennials are defined as U.S. consumers ages 26 to 42. Generation Y (colloquially called millennials) is... more »

USDA Pumps Stimulus Dollars Into Local Agriculture Market Program

The USDA will pump millions of dollars from the American Rescue Plan Act into the Local Agriculture Market Program, aka LAMP. The funding is meant to expand and strengthen opportunities to sell to institutions, such... more »

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Phenomenal Phlox

Each year, the National Garden Bureau’s “Year of the” program chooses crops specifically for the North American market that are easy to grow, genetically diverse, and with a lot of new breeding to showcase. This... more »

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GPN recognizes 40 industry professionals under the age of 40 who are helping to determine the future of the horticulture industry. These individuals are today’s movers and shakers who are already setting the pace for tomorrow.
Erica Hernandez
Emma Lookabaugh
Melissa Maguire
Cole Mangum
Oz Marshall
Meagan Nace
Tiffany Nohl
Chris Plane
Mike Prol

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