January 2013
January 10, 2013
Each year, GPN and Nexus recognize one outstanding college student who has participated in a horticulutre-related internship program. In “A Bright Future” (page 14), you can read about this year’s student  intern —...
January 10, 2013
Imagine cloning your most experienced, efficient  employees to get hundreds, or even thousands, of additional workers in your greenhouses who toil to improve the quality of your poinsettia (and other) crops and who...
January 10, 2013
As a double major in horticulture and professional writing, Lauren Tuski knew she wanted to eventually complete an internship that would utilize her unique combination of skills. After spending the past summer as a marketing...
January 10, 2013
When it comes to lighting, the future is upon us. High-powered LED products, once the exclusive province of cutting-edge research, are invigorating today’s commercial greenhouse market. Your new choices, ranging from shelf...
January 10, 2013
There are numerous perennials that have great attributes and landscape performance but are not easily marketed alongside many of the mainstream perennials in the marketplace today. The Perennial Plant Association’s 2013...
January 10, 2013
Garden mums are a strong part of our culture during the fall season. For generations across North America people have been using garden mums to beautify their homes and businesses. Fides began as a chrysanthemum breeding...
January 10, 2013
January through March can be considered young plant season — a period in which seeds of many garden plants are sown and grown in plugs. Ornamental cuttings are also harvested, stuck and rooted as liners. During this time,...