Customized gardens that reflect and accentuate personalities and interests are on the rise.
Disease and drought have wreaked havoc on the country’s canopy, but at the same time, the recent recession has slashed tree supplies. Garden center retailers can both sell more trees and help their customers be successful with new and old plantings with these strategies.
AmericanHort’s Jill Calabro gives us the latest scoop on neonics and pollinators.
Making summer holidays and “Made in the USA” appeal work for your business.
Biological production. USDA organic labels. OMRI Listing. Certification can get confusing. Here's how to sort it out.
Encourage autumn sales with these plants that produce bright, bold fruit and foliage in fall.
Indoor gardening is growing in popularity, and one company hopes to make gardening a year-round hobby.
Three garden centers that extend their seasons by lending a hand and getting involved in innovative ways.
How Seth Reed is making horticulture relevant to consumers in the digital age.
Emily Teng wants to make a difference through practical research.
With no garden center experience, Tara Heibel started Sprout Home to provide plants and products she couldn’t find at other retailers.
Josie and Clay Erskine of Peaceful Belly Farm want to help change misconceptions about farming and the people who produce food.
Jayme Visnesky continues her mother’s garden center legacy.