Early flowering paired with colorful elegance comes to gardens with no cooling necessary.
One of the most impactful issues in plant production is the consistent influx of invasive pests and the regulatory hurdles that go along with them.
In the age of greenwashing, it’s easy for consumers and growers alike to receive mixed messages on what “organic” means. Organic certifying agencies and organic farming associations are re-laun... more
The biggest rooting season for ornamental cuttings occurs during some of the darkest and coldest days of the year — in January and February. When conditions are close to ideal, cuttings of most herb... more
Growing in popularity, gardeners are using natives more and more in their outdoor spaces.
In December, Pantone announced that the combination of Serenity and Rose Quartz would be the 2016 Color of the Year.
Pantone’s experts say, “The color is a harmonious pairing of inviting shade... more
The 2016 Perennial Plant of the Year has graced gardens since the American Civil War and is still one of the most sought after white anemones on the market today.
Social media usage is constantly changing, and it can certainly be overwhelming to keep up with it all. Here’s an update on what’s new in social media and how you can utilize it so you, and your business, won’t be left behind.
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