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The Times, They Are A-Changin’

The ancient philosopher Heraclitus said, “We both step and do not step in the same rivers. We are and are not.” Explaining change in the context of dipping one’s toe into the living waters of... more »

Youth Gardening Event to Take Place on New Platform

The American Horticultural Society and KidsGardening are partnering for the National Children & Youth Garden Symposium, July 7-9. This virtual event brings together people who work to engage children with gardens. Best part, it will... more »

How Can the Horticulture Industry Thrive in a Post-Pandemic Environment?

Peter: Well, boss, isn’t this different? It’s a pleasure having you as today’s guest, Jasmina. Thanks for putting on a different hat for this discussion. As GPN’s editor, is there anything about our industry’s response... more »

Tapping into the Interior Garden

Over the last couple of years, a focus has been put onto houseplants. The potted plant market has certainly been “buzz” worthy as breeders and growers alike look to energize what we consider an emerging... more »

Chat Room — May 2021

This month, we asked our readers about indoor potted plants, expectations for spring 2021, and safety and sanitation measures going into this season. Here’s what they had to say. more »

Monrovia Creates New Design Guide for Home Gardeners

Monrovia has created a new design tool for  home gardeners called “Shades of Beautiful.” The guidebook features a look at the top 10 plant palettes for spring. The digital guide, available for Monrovia’s Grow Beautifully newsletter subscribers,... more »

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Terra Nova Nurseries Announces Best Houseplants for 2021

Terra Nova Nurseries has announced a list of its Top 10 houseplants for 2021, in response to the National Garden Bureau’s recent addition of the new houseplant category to its long-established “Year of” program. Terra... more »

Danziger Live

Monthly ‘Danziger Live’ Debuts March 24

Danziger has announced the launch of 'Danziger Live' — an interactive monthly event that will investigate a series of topics that affect florists around the world. The company's resident floral guru Alison Bradley will interview... more »