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Last month, the color experts at the Pantone Institute announced its choice for the Color of the Year for 2015 — Marsala (Pantone 18-1438) — “a naturally robust and earthy wine red.” Each year, color specialists from the...
Growing up on a cattle farm in rural Virginia, 2015 GPN/Nexus Intern of the Year, James Rockwell, found himself immersed in the agriculture industry at an early age.  “I know that was definitely something I wanted to...
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 Connecticut, ‘Ruby Ribbons’ features foliage that...
In today’s gardens, drama doesn’t have to come from a showy bloom. The modern gardener is appreciating foliage plants more and more. The appeal goes beyond just color – there’s texture, shape and versatility, too. Gardeners...
Here at Gulley Greenhouse we were looking to increase sales around the peak season. We have the space, people on the clock, and during certain points, free heat.  However, finding a consistent program to justify the...
It’s no secret that plants need access to water and nutrients to grow healthy and strong. This has been true since the beginning of time. However, there are a number of challenges to providing plants with the water and...
Although not a recent introduction, Geranium x cantabrigiense ‘Biokova’ has proven itself as a reliable perennial over the past couple of decades. Case in point, the members of the Perennial Plant Association (www....
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, distribution costs have skyrocketed in some cases due to...
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