Tuesday, September 23, 2014

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Seeing red

By Michelle Simakis

Scarlet-hued poinsettias still dominate the Christmas plant market, but there are other options and trends to watch. More

Product Spotlight

Palm Coast Collection Rocker

The Palm Coast Collection transforms outdoor living areas into lively beach scenes. Modern construction and bold colors combine with the relaxed... More

gro getter app

The new gro getter app from Ball Horticultural Company gives the industry access to thousands of plant details. The... More

PRO-MIX Cactus Mix

Complete and ready-to-use, this peat-based cactus mix provides air porosity and fast water draining qualities while maintaining adequate water... More

Pumpkin Palace

A decoration for autumn or a display for fairy gardens, the Pumpkin Palace is a free-standing piece and has flat back with hook for hanging. Shown... More

Holiday Theme Birdhouse

The Holiday Theme Birdhouse gives birds a holiday retreat during winter months. This tiny log cabin features greenery trim, holiday... More

Latest News

Tire companies producing plant-based tires

Bridgestone and Cooper announced plans to produce alternative tires within the next few decades. More

British facility constructs Twitter-reactive garden

The garden will open, close and re-arrange itself according to Twitter commands. More

Prepare your landscape division for 2015

Get tips from Marty Grunder, who runs one of the Midwest's most successful landscaping companies. More

MANTS announces show dates, opens online registration

Baltimore-based horticultural industry trade show marks 45th year at the Baltimore Convention Center More

Notes from Nikki: The 'Ten Foot Rule'

By Nikki Weed

A simple customer service tip that can go a long way with garden center shoppers. More

Heinz Brothers garden center owner remembers his father

Jay Schrock says his father, Joel, was inspired to buy the Heinz Brothers business after working for Ball Seed. More

Updated: Home Depot confirms data breach

The home improvement business says it is investigating unusual activity as far back as April 2014. More

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