NFF to Meet in February in Chicago

The National Floriculture Forum (NFF) will meet from Feb. 16-17, 2019, in Chicago, Illinois. The NFF continues an annual tradition dating back to the early 1990s, with an educational meeting for industry leaders, university faculty,... more »

Petal It Forward Makes a Lasting Impression

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 national publications and on highly... more »

AmericanHort Sets New Dates for Plug & Cutting Conference

AmericanHort has announced the rescheduled dates for the Plug & Cutting conference. The new dates are Sept. 4-6, 2019 in Charlotte, North Carolina. Originally scheduled for September of this year in Charlotte, the conference was... more »

Pursuing the Latest Trends

It’s innovate or die, or so the saying goes. I am always looking to future plant trends to keep current on my “plant game.” There’s nothing more exhilarating than being on the crest of the... more »

Are You Looking to Improve Your Shipping System?

What greenhouse activities account for most of your labor dollars? For many greenhouse growers shipping is where they spend most. “Shipping can account for as much as 40 percent of the total greenhouse labor dollars,”... more »

Shinoda Scholar of the Year Named

The Shinoda Foundation has announced that Kansas State University’s Megan Haresnape is the 2018-19 Shinoda Scholar of the Year – the Foundation’s highest award. “Megan’s drive and discipline stood... more »

AFE Creates Memorial Tribute for Gus De Hertogh

A memorial tribute has been established by members of the current American Floral Endowment (AFE) board honoring August (Gus) De Hertogh, who passed away Oct. 26, 2018, at the age of 83. De Hertogh was an... more »

Participants ‘Get Social’ in AAS Landscape Design Challenge

The All-America Selections' (AAS) 2018 Landscape Design Challenge, went a bit out of the traditional garden comfort zone with a new theme this year — “Get Social in the Garden.” For this challenge, AAS provided... more »

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