The National Garden Bureau has declared 2022 as Year of the Lilac in the shrub category. This month we take a look at how this crop has evolved over the years and where it is headed in the future.
The verbena series is the result of a decade-long breeding initiative to improve performance for both growers and consumers.
The controlled environment agriculture and horticulture industries are facing major labor
challenges as the average age of a grower continues to increase. Learn what several professors
have to say about this issue as they prepare their students for careers in the industry.
Growers adjust to COVID-19 fallout to ensure they have the supplies they need to keep their businesses operating and customers satisfied.
After a couple of crazy COVID years, California Spring Trials (CAST) is set to return to its traditional springtime slot this month. Here is a sneak peek at some of the varieties that will be introduced.
Annual bedding (garden) plants continues to be the largest floriculture crop segment each year. The reported wholesale sales of bedding plants was $1.58 billion, according to the USDA Floriculture Cro... more
It’s no secret — plants are “in.” Plants are [finally] getting a portion of the spotlight they deserve in a world where screens and plastic dominate life. The disruption of the collective ever... more
Perennial breeders continue to develop new introductions with outstanding characteristics
and attributes. This is Part 1 of Vaughn’s 2021 Summer Trials Report on perennials.
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