Nursery Management’s top 6 stories for April 2019

Nursery Management’s top 6 stories for April 2019

Finding your nursery’s brand, the power of the urban tree and more round out the top six stories.

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May 13, 2019

Spring has sprung across the United States, and though most nurseries are busy this time of the year, they still found time to keep up with news and trends within the industry.

Each month, our readers vote for their top online stories with the clicks of their computer mouse.

Here are the six articles our digital readers found to be the most compelling in April 2019:

1. Michael A. Dirr set to debut latest book

The Tree Book is a comprehensive survey of the trees commonly used in landscapes, streetscapes, and home gardens.

2. What is your nursery’s brand?

A good brand sheds light on who you are and what your business stands for in a dark, crowded marketplace.

3. Prevent container blowover

With the right tools, growers can spend less time picking up fallen plants.

4. The power of the urban tree

For every dollar invested in planting, cities see an average of $2.25 return on investment each year.

5. Trucking: agriculture commodity bill introduced

The bipartisan bill would provide a clear definition of “agricultural commodity” as it relates to transportation policy and new trucking regulations.

6. Endless Summer hydrangeas hits the road again

The Bailey brand will embark on a 10-city road trip to educate and excite consumers about its collection of reblooming hydrangeas.