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More evidence green spaces are good for you

Industry News

Subjects in a University of Pennsylvania study had slower heart rates when walking by a planted lot. More

New Jersey garden center settles in price gouging claim

Industry News

Stephen's Garden Center settled at $33,000 for claims it price-gouged generators after superstorm Sandy. More

DNA Green Group and Rijnplant finalize acquisition

Industry News

Breeding and propagation of pot and cut anthurium, bougainvillea and heliconia will transfer to DNA Green Group. More

Retailers look to wean customers off discounts and sales

Industry News

According to this Washington Post article, retailers are looking to avoid the promotions used during the economic downturn. More

America in Bloom announces participants in 2015 national awards program

Industry News

Judges will visit 42 communities and evaluate their landscape and garden beautification efforts. More

Greetings from Portland, Oregon

We traveled to the eco-conscious center of Oregon to discover how garden centers cater to their green customers. More

Cultivate'15 offers Landscaping Architecture Continuing Education Systems credits

Association News

Landscape architects can earn LA CES professional development credits in 26 sessions at Cultivate. More

PANTS moves to November

Industry News

The trade show has been rescheduled to Nov. 4-5. More

WGIF online auction starts with a bang

Association News

Auction items include garden products, services and collectibles. More

Heirloom vegetables & seeds: Drawing on the past for your future

Demand for heirloom vegetables shows no signs of slowing down. Get your staff primed with information and insights to turn exploding interest into sales. More

Pike Nurseries now an employee-owned company

Business

The IGC, combined with Armstrong Garden Centers announces Employee Stock Ownership Plan. More

Home Depot garden center in Pennsylvania catches fire

Industry News

Firefighters used specialized foam to put out the fire caused by a forklift. More

Horticultural Research Institute funds key pollinator research projects

Industry News

Four projects will receive a portion of $125,000 set aside for the Horticultural Industry Bee & Pollinator Stewardship Initiative. More

DOL can temporarily process H-2B applications

Industry News

The department is allowed to operate the H-2B program until April15. More

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Greetings from Portland, Oregon

We traveled to the eco-conscious center of Oregon to discover how garden centers cater to their green customers.

Retailers look to wean customers off discounts and sales

According to this Washington Post article, retailers are looking to avoid the promotions used during the economic downturn.

America in Bloom announces participants in 2015 national awards program

Judges will visit 42 communities and evaluate their landscape and garden beautification efforts.

Cultivate'15 offers Landscaping Architecture Continuing Education Systems credits

Landscape architects can earn LA CES professional development credits in 26 sessions at Cultivate.

New Jersey garden center settles in price gouging claim

Stephen's Garden Center settled at $33,000 for claims it price-gouged generators after superstorm Sandy.

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