Professionals weigh in on the current and future state of green rooftops, and how it can apply to retail, landscaping and beyond.
The High Line park in New York City serves as an inspiration for visitors, horticulturists and city planners, and more green spaces in unique places are in the works.
European gardening and outdoor trends for 2016/2017 revealed in anticipation of the spoga+gafa trade show.
Soergel Orchards provides customers with hard-to-find organic, gluten-free options and diversifies its garden center business with a natural food store.
Get more green by finding your pricing sweet spot.
Turn to trials for solid recommendations on successful perennials.
Why the poinsettia dominates the Christmas market and how growers and retailers are putting a new spin on the traditional plant.
A garden blogger’s perspective on new developments in fairy gardening, stump planters and more.
Catch up on what you may have missed from this mid-summer show.
An analysis of trends and the popularity of the hobby today, the best plants for avian species and a "new" form of birding.
Call it a hobby, sport or passion, birding is undergoing an evolution that’s exciting birders and the businesses that serve them.
In addition to specialized seed and houses, recommend your customers support their local wildlife with these top avian attractions.
Backyard chicken keeping continues to grow. Contributor and consultant Leslie Halleck discusses what’s new with the hobby and how garden centers can determine if they should take on the department.