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January 26, 2015
The 2015 Big Grower Executive Summit will take place next month in Orlando, Florida. The conference will take place Feb. 8 to 10, at the Marriott Orlando Airport. Some of the... more
January 26, 2015
All-America Selections has announced seven more 2015 AAS Winners bringing the grand total of introductions for the 2015 gardening year to 25. The seven additional winners... more
January 23, 2015
Ronald Valentin has been appointed technical lead for Syngenta Bioline, effective January 2015. Valentin, a former biological crop protection specialist and technical... more
January 20, 2015
Costa Farms has redesigned its website to offer consumers interactive tools along with an innovative plant finder, allowing visitors to search plants by type, light needs,... more
January 13, 2015
Are you a great leader? If I ask several of your key team members will they confirm that your business has great leadership? What criteria would they base their answer on?... more
January 13, 2015
For the past 44 years, the owners and staff members of Pell Greenhouse in Hudsonville, Michigan, have prided themselves in providing superb quality and excellent service.... more
January 13, 2015
As we enter into the New Year, most of us can look back on 2014 and say it has worked out better than we had expected last January when we were being covered up by... more
January 13, 2015
Heating a greenhouse in a cold climate is always expensive, but that’s especially true for some growers this year. Although natural gas remains relatively inexpensive,... more
January 13, 2015
Panicum virgatum ‘Ruby Ribbons’ stuns with soft blue-green foliage that emerges in the spring on upright arching, clumping plants. Bred by Dr. Mark Brand at the University of... more

Little Buddy Hydroponic Clipper features 3-inch fine-tip blades for precision cutting. It has a spring-action design allowing for quick, easy and accurate trimming and shaping. Made with TPR rubber for a durable and lightweight feel, the clipper comes in yellow for high visibility and is... more

  • Little Buddy Hydroponic Clipper features 3-inch fine-tip blades for precision cutting. It has a spring-action design allowing for quick, easy and accurate trimming and shaping. Made with TPR rubber...
  • Dahlia
    Rich, vibrant blooms present themselves nicely on ‘Grandalia Yellow’. It features continuous blooming and flower bud development through plants’ life span.
  • Calibrachoa
    Early to flower, ‘MiniFamous Double Chiffon’ is a semi-trailing variety with medium vigor. It is ideal for quart, gallon, basket and mixed container programs.
  • Dianthus
    ‘Superstar’ has cherry red blooms with white-pink patterns and a deep cherry eye carried on sturdy stems. The compact, mounding habit measures 7x7 inches. Plants are fragrant with a long flowering...
  • Dipladenia
    Sundenia dipladenias offer the large flowers consumers love in mandevillas but on a compact, manageable plant. Flowers are 3 to 5 inches in diameter, double the size of a typical dipladenia. Colors...
  • Begonia, Bossa Nova Red, Bossa Nova White
    Full of flowers and available in a range of four bright colors, Bossa Nova adds a new dimension to bedding displays. The well-branched plants also look stunning in large containers or hanging baskets...
    Begonia, Bossa Nova Red, Bossa Nova White
  • Aster
    Bonita aster has beautiful, fully double pompon flowers that color completely. The 2-inch flowers remain attractive even when aging and are held at a perfect angle for maximum impact. Space plants...
  • New Guinea Impatiens
    Mandarin Star and Deep Purple Star are two new additions to the Petticoat series of New Guinea impatiens. They are early flowering and are ideal for unique presentations. Rooted cuttings should be...
    New Guinea Impatiens
  • Tidbits Timmy
    ‘Tidbits Timmy’ has a small, tight habit that is great for containers or combinations. The small, lobed leaves are clustered at the top of the stems. The leaves are a snappy crimson with a showy lime...
    Tidbits Timmy
  • Vermillionaire
    ‘Vermillionaire’ is a low-maintenance hummingbird magnet. It is fast growing, extremely heat and humidity tolerant, and features a well-branched, mounding habit. Its deep orange tubular flowers bloom...
Stone Creek Hydroponics, a family-owned and operated farm in northeast Georgia, knows how to adapt to customer needs. When owner Zachary Unruh started the business in 2010,... more
Chameleon Grow Systems has developed a plasma grow light from the light emitting plasma offering from LUXIM in Sunnyvale, Calif. What differentiates plasma grow lighting from... more
Smith Gardens, with locations in Oregon, Washington and California, has been serving the Pacific Northwest market for over 100 years. Each year the family-run operation ships... more
Your customers demand a consistent, high quality finished product grown from Proven Winners and Proven Selections liners. Having access to crop culture information developed... more
During the one-hour webinar, Paul Pilon, Perennial Solutions Consulting, will cover both common as well as less familiar issues growers can encounter... more
"Inspire & Refresh! What Spring Training Really Should Look Like," presented by Dr. Bridget K. Behe, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Horticulture... more
If you wanted to nominate someone to the Class of 2015 of GPN's 40 Under 40 and missed... more
Are you interested in adding hydroponically grown tomatoes to your production? Hort... more
The clock is ticking rather loudly right about now if you want to nominate someone for... more
Researchers at  Harvard University, the University of California-Berkeley and the... more
This year’s OFA Short Course (July 14 to 17, in Columbus, Ohio) was phenomenal.  As... more
  By the time you see this article, Fall 2012 will be in full swing — hopefully a... more

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