The National Garden Bureau has declared 2020 as the “Year of the Lantana.” And the honor is certainly well deserved. Stay tuned next month when we will celebrate the Year of the Lavender!
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This new series of tuberous begonias brings a new option for shade annuals and offers a leap forward in breeding.
Caleb Spall’s experiences at Michigan State University and internship with Green Circle
Growers give insight into management and operations — and a glimpse at his professional future.
Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) have come a long way in the past decade. The prices for LEDs have come down, their output has greatly increased, and their efficacy (energy efficiency) has dramatically im... more
Few segments of the home gardening industry have seen the growth and success of designer mixes. Breeders have and continue to work to introduce recipes featuring vivid colors, strong flower coverage, weather tolerance and component balance.
Question: I have heard there are a number of new insecticides associated with the Insecticide Resistance Action Committee (IRAC) group 28. Can you please provide information on this group of insectici... more
Consider growing shrubs alongside your perennial programs.
Peak season is just around the corner. What can you do to prepare for both expected
and unexpected challenges?
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Every year, summer seems to get just a little hotter and just a little longer. As a Dallas resident, I have experienced several of the hottest years on record. 2017 holds the crown of hottest year on ... more