AmericasMart Winter Market

January 19, 2023
Winter 2023 Atlanta Market Attendance Posts Double-Digit Growth

Atlanta Market attendance posted double-digit growth over the Winter 2022 staging, International Market Centers (IMC) reported, attracting buyers from all 50 states and 56 countries. International traffic significantly increased, nearly doubling year-over-year with a notable... more »
Expand Your Garden Center Profits with Gift and Lifestyle Products

Expand Your Garden Center Profits with Gift and Lifestyle Products

Gift and home markets offer opportunities for garden retailers to explore new revenue streams to grow their businesses. With expansive product offerings comes a marketplace scale that can seem daunting even to longtime attendees and... more »
Village Green Featured

Garden Centers Provide Holiday Inspiration

There's no better place to be than home for the holidays, but after moving back to my hometown earlier this year, this Christmastime phrase takes on a whole new meaning. I took the opportunity to... more »

November 14, 2022
Transpac Acquires Season’s Designs

Transpac, a supplier of seasonal and everyday gift and home décor, is acquiring Season’s Designs. Transpac has bought all Season’s Designs product offerings other than the sports-licensed portion of the business. Season’s Designs compliments Transpac’s... more »

February 18, 2021
Kurt S. Adler Celebrates 75 Years of Business

Kurt S. Adler Inc. recently announced it is celebrating 75 years of business this year. While serving in the U.S. Army, Kurt Adler worked in the procurement department securing necessary goods from all over the... more »

October 23, 2018
‘Garden Patch’ Picked as 2019 Color of the Year by Dutch Boy

Reflecting growing optimism in the U.S., Dutch Boy Paints has released its 2019 Color of the Year, Garden Patch 326-5DB, and three eight-color design palettes — Homestead, Studio and Sanctuary — that embody a happier, more... more »

August 29, 2016
New Book Outlines How to Rethink Gardening

In "Late Bloomer: How to Garden with Comfort, Ease and Simplicity in the Second Half of Life", garden designer Jan Coppola Bills shows how to rethink approaches to gardening. The book is due out in... more »

Fresh Perspectives: Making a Statement

A lot can change in a decade. Farmers at heart, Craig and Kathy Canoyer opened up a greenhouse next to their home near Griswold, Iowa, to sell some extra plants in 1986. Canoyer Garden Center... more »

November 3, 2015
Bardzik Publishes Second Cookbook

Jonathan Bardzik, formerly of AmericanHort and the American Nursery & Landscape Association, has released his second cookbook, Seasons to Taste – Farm Fresh Joy for Kitchen and Table. A storyteller, cook and author, Bardzik's cookbook... more »

August 20, 2015
Garden Design Magazine Available Wholesale for Retailers

Independent garden centers and retailers in North America can now sell Garden Design magazine direct to consumers. The upscale 148-page magazine, previously available only to subscribers through the publisher's website, can now be purchased at... more »

August 11, 2015
IGC East Continues to Build

IGC East's second annual show at the Baltimore Convention Center drew more than 1,500 verified independent retail buyers, who shopped the latest product offerings from nearly 300 exhibiting vendors across the floor. "We appreciate the... more »

Outside the Vines: A Signage Gold Mine

Geranium, an independently owned jewelry and accessories boutique based in the Midwest, boasts intrinsic signage with eye-catching designs and one-of-a-kind displays that supply customers with not only information but also a story. What started as... more »


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