As the green industry looks for its next generation of leaders, one movement aims to promote horticulture careers to the youth. More
As peat costs rise, growers are considering compost as an alternative, renewable substrate. More
Nursery Management, AmericanHort and OHP are sending five nursery growers to the trade show. More
Growers and retailers need to reconsider the viburnum for its many merits. More
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The endowment will provide an opportunity for the study of world horticulture practices. More
The deadly tree pest is spreading throughout California. More
EU plan would introduce unlimited list of species that cannot be introduced, transported, sold or released into environment. More
University of Guelph student's research shows doubling chromosomes results in larger plants. More
USDA scientists are developing innovative techniques to combat one of the world's worst invasive species, the red imported fire ant. More
Anna Bella is the first ornamental tung tree that produces virtually no nuts, which are toxic. More
The organization honored 10 horticulturists for their efforts and achievements. More
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The baseball-themed display at Skagit Gardens incorporated new introductions and old favorites. More
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