Dec 7, 2018
And the Color of the Year for 2019 is ….Tim Hodson

Last week, the color experts at Pantone declared that the color of the year for 2019 would be Living Coral. The official name is PANTONE 16-1546 Living Coral. Pantone described its selection as “... more

Dec 5, 2018
Want to Influence How Federal Horticulture Research Dollars Are Spent?Tim Hodson

The National Initiative for Consumer Horticulture (NICH) is looking for volunteers to be reviewers of Specialty Crop Research Initiative (SCRI) proposals. This is your opportunity to help influence... more

Nov 30, 2018
Mixing It Up in 2019Tim Hodson

As you make your plans for 2019, have you created a menu of mixed combinations that you plan to grow? If you haven't, be sure to check out the November issue of GPN. Becky Lacy has written an artic... more

Nov 28, 2018
Top Perennial Performers at CSUJasmina Dolce

Earlier this year, I was able to attend Colorado State University's trial garden. I shared some of the favorites in the annuals category a few weeks back, but today I'd like to focus on the increasing... more

Nov 21, 2018
Expand Your Education TodayTim Hodson

Did you know that there are nine different webinars on GPN’s website ( All of them are available on-demand and they are free! Over the past couple of years, GPN has pres... more

Nov 20, 2018
Have You Read GPN’s Latest CEA Supplement?Jasmina Dolce

Are you growing agricultural products, such as fruits and vegetables, in a controlled environment? If so, I highly encourage you to check out GPN's latest supplement, "Under Control: Tips for Controll... more

Nov 16, 2018
Petal It Forward Makes a Lasting ImpressionTim Hodson

The Society of American Florists' 2018 Petal It Forward was a big hit this year. The initiative generated more than 90 million consumer impressions and counting, including high-profile placement in na... more

Nov 15, 2018
Top-Performing Basket BegoniasJasmina Dolce

As you're well aware, advancements in begonia breeding have been explosive in recent years. Breeders have been expanding all the major classes, including semperflorens, tuberosa, boliviensis, hiemalis... more

Nov 14, 2018
What’s on the Horizon for 2019?Tim Hodson

As 2018 winds down and you prepare your business for the new year, I’m sure you and your team have questions about where the economy is headed and what is happening in Washington. That is why on ... more

Nov 9, 2018
Getting Ready for 2019Tim Hodson

Did you know that 2019 is the Year of Snapdragon, Salvia nemorosa, Dahlia and Pumpkin? National Garden Bureau has selected these four crops for its popular "Year of the" program and recently announ... more

Nov 2, 2018
The Nomination Season is Just Getting StartedTim Hodson

Now that the mid-term election season is almost over, it is time to start accepting nominations —  nominations for GPN’s 40 Under 40 Class of 2019. Each year in the May issue of GPN, we highli... more

Oct 31, 2018
It’s Time to Find the Class of 2019Tim Hodson

Today is the first day that we begin accepting nominations for GPN’s 40 Under 40 Class of 2019. This is the eighth year that GPN has recognized the next generation of the horticulture industry. A... 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.

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