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Pleasant View Gardens Debuts Color Guide

Color is a big deal when talking about annuals, but what about perennials and shrubs? What happens to those costly inventories that aren’t at their peak? The ones that aren’t selling as quickly? Unfortunately, as... more »

New Varieties Week Available On-Demand

Discover the latest varieties for the 2023 season with GPN's New Varieties Week. If you missed the live event that took place May 17 to 19, you can now access the presentations on-demand for free.... more »

TruGreen Announces List of the Top 20 Trees and Shrubs That Can Increase Property Value

TruGreen Lists ‘Top 20’ Trees and Shrubs to Increase Property Value

Here are some selling points for homeowners who are considering spending a packet on landscaping plants. Nearly 50% of American homeowners intend to invest more in their trees and shrubs as part of their overall... more »

Good Harvest Farm on April 19, 2011 in Strasburg, Pennsylvania. Photo: Lance Cheung/USDA

US Floriculture Numbers Were Up in 2021: USDA Report

The numbers of floriculture producers and total sales were up in 2021, according to data released May 25 by the USDA. The U.S. had 9,558 floriculture producers in 2021, according to the department’s National Agricultural... more »

Management — Hitting the Big 9-0!

In 2022, All-America Selections (AAS) will be celebrating its 90th anniversary. That’s right! Back in 1932, Ray Hastings founded All-America Selections as a neutral, non-profit organization that tested and trialed new seed varieties to prove... more »

Pleasant View Gardens Publishes Preview Guide for 2023

Pleasant View Gardens has published its 2023 Preview Guide, which reveals the hottest new plants on tap for the year ahead, according to the company. Andy Huntington, national sales manager at Pleasant View Gardens, said... more »

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Seed Your Future Targets Higher Ed, Vocational Tech Students for Hort Jobs 

Twenty-two members of Seed Your Future’s leadership, representing horticulture sectors from across the country, met to develop new ways to attract and engage a new generation of horticulture and floriculture professionals. The group’s annual planning... more »

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Homeowners’ Outdoor Projects to Increase in 2022, Survey Says

This spring, U.S. residents will be doing more outdoor home improvement projects this spring than in 2021, and they plan to spend more time outdoors doing those projects. According to the 2022 Axiom Home Improvement... 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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