2011 Spring Season Review

How were your spring sales and production this year? "Markets which started strong with double digit sales growth/comps could not sustain it and bott... more »

As Seen in… the United Kingdom

In May, GPN's consulting editor Jim Barrett spent a week in the London area touring nurseries and garden centers to gain insight into the nuances ... more »

Sustainability and Certification in Horticulture

Although other industries — fisheries and timber in the 1980s and food processors in the late 1990s — have sustainable protocols in place,... more »

Trends from the Trials

Each spring, the GPN crew heads west to California for a week-long journey visiting breeders and industry suppliers. It's always quite an adventur... more »

What’s Next?

"Consumers, entrepreneurs, Federal Reserve members"¦all are befuddled by this economy. Uncertainty leads to inaction. While the future remains cloudy... more »

2011: What Lies Ahead

Uncertain of what the future holds for the horticulture industry in 2011, the GPN staff was determined to find some answers. We asked some of our trus... 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.