Thursday, December 18, 2014

Top Story

Inside design

By Brooke N. Bates

By understanding the latest décor trends and how plants and garden accessories play an interior role, garden centers can adjust product mixes to stay relevant. More

Product Spotlight

Gnome with Leafy Hat

These charming, traditional gnomes feature whimsical expressions and tall hats with a leafy pattern accented in a mossy green color. Made of durable... More

Little Ragu Sweet Bay

Native to the Mediterranean, this is a true compact Sweet Bay. The narrow foliage emerges chartreuse on red stems, and then becomes a rich, sage... More

Hand-woven cuff

This hand-woven,18-karat gold filled cuff is made with finely cut rose quartz cabochon. The piece is adjustable, making it comfortable and easy to... More

Brussels Hanging Basket

This hanging basket can be suspended from the ceiling, and re-potting is not necessary. Plants in their original containers can fit right inside the... More

Barnyard Welcome plaque

Barnyard Welcome plaque can be displayed inside or outdoors year round and comes with a hook on the back. The hand-cast stone plaque is shown... More

Latest News

Bergen County garden centers give way to development

A handful of garden centers and farms in the New Jersey county are closing due to decreased business, offers from developers. More

Happy holidays from Garden Center magazine

Wishing you and your loved ones a happy and safe holiday season. More

Plant ratings from 2014 trials now available in database

After three trialing seasons, The National Plant Trials Database has more than 30,000 plant ratings. More

All-America Selections names 'Butterscotch' winner

The new butternut variety was developed by Johnny's Selected Seeds. More

SuperNaturals Grafted Vegetables releasing Ketchup 'n' Fries

The tomato stem grafted onto potato roots will allow growers to harvest both tomatoes and potatoes from the plant. More

Why we need horticulturists

By Washington Post

Washington Post columnist and author calls for skilled horticulturists to rise to the challenge. More

OSU to study diseases affecting common nursery plants

A $3 million grant will be used to study two groups of bacterial pathogens, A. tumefaciens and R. fascians. More

More News>>

Latest Multimedia

Stay on top of up-to-the-minute news and views from around the garden center industry.

The Pulse

Find us, friend us, follow us – keep up with industry trends, news and tips through social media.

x