• November/December 2018

    Deciphering the Color Code for More Sales

    It’s the one decision you keep putting off — what color to paint the walls?! Some people live with a patchwork of paint samples on their walls for years ... unable to choose. Others “p... more »
  • November/December 2018

    Houseplant Fashion

    Houseplants are hot right now. There’s no doubt about that, but how can you make them even hotter by setting your customers up for success and having fun? Jessie Jacobson, owner of Tonkadale Greenhouse, shares with Lawn & Garden Retailer how the Hipster Houseplant Runway Show has taken off at its store in Minnetonka, Minnesota.
  • November/December 2018

    More Gems from the Emerald City

    The Garden Centers of America Summer Tour took place in and around Seattle, and we shared with you some stops in the September/October issue. Here are more IGCs that stood out.
  • November/December 2018

    The Skinny on Shipping

    Make sense of how new trucking regulations are impacting shipping plants, and explore alternative shipping methods.
  • November/December 2018

    ‘U’ Create Excitement

    Congratulations to Distinctive Gardens in Dixon, Illinois, for earning the title of 2018 Merchandiser of the Year.

English Gardens Purchases Plymouth Nursery

English Gardens has acquired Plymouth Nursery in Plymouth, Michigan. The announcement was made jointly by John Darin, president of English Gardens; and Jeff Jones, owner of Plymouth Nursery. This ... more »

Pantone Chooses 2019 Color of the Year

Each December for the past 20 years Pantone has picked a color that we can expect to see more of in the coming year. In 2017, Greenery reigned supreme; for 2018, it was Ultra Violet; and now we know t... more »

Dallas Market Center Rebrands

Dallas Market Center unveiled new branding for the company including a new logo. The new logo, with a distinct pattern of five visual elements in specific colors, is said to signify the creativity, u... more »

Consumer Horticulture Proposal Reviewers Needed to Impact How Federal Research Dollars Are Spent

Want to influence how federal research dollars are spent on Consumer Horticulture? It’s simple. Volunteer to be a reviewer of Specialty Crop Research Initiative (SCRI) proposals. Anyone who works ... more »
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