For every dollar invested in planting, cities see an average of $2.25 return on investment each year.
Despite their large native range, national grass trials show plant variations across the U.S.
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Bridget Behe conducts cutting-edge marketing research to help the green industry sell more plants.
Athens Tree Farm uses RootMaker containers to speed up the production process.
Walla Walla Nursery grows and produces plants quickly because of Van Belle Nursery’s RocketLiners and Bloomin’ Easy lines.
Eight months of weed control on one herbicide application add up to massive labor savings for A. Brown & Sons Nursery.
David’s Nursery in Exmore, Va., found the reblooming qualities of Endless Summer hydrangeas keep their customers coming back each year for more.
Chris Robinson of Robinson Nursery says JLPN’s methods helps his nursery save time and increase transplanting success.
YC Nursery reduces production costs because Lambert Peat Moss’ growing media allows the nursery to finish plants sooner.
Inoculating plugs with mycorrhizae can improve plant performance and water use.
Johnson Nursery Co. heavily markets Spring Meadow’s At Last rose because of its strong fragrance.
NutriRoot helps alleviate tree stress due to soil compaction, root damage, and lack of irrigation.
Shooting Star Nursery in Southern Oregon emphasizes regionally appropriate plants by sourcing material from Emerald Coast Growers.
Growers can protect pollinators while still preventing plant pests.
Containers top dressed with parboiled rice hulls helps control weeds for several weeks.
John Hodapp, director of agency operations at Hortica, explains the insurance options that are available to growers.