During Cultivate’21, Katie Dubow, President of Garden Media Group, shared the 2022 Garden Trends Report: Crisis to Innovation. As the industry emerges from COVID-19 and heads for a renaissance, customers are responding by spending more money. Retailers can capitalize on the revolution by focusing on the individual and emphasizing customerRead More →

During Cultivate’21, Katie Dubow, President of Garden Media Group, shared the 2022 Garden Trends Report: Crisis to Innovation. As the industry emerges from COVID-19 and heads for a renaissance, customers are responding by spending more money. Retailers can capitalize on the revolution by focusing on the individual and emphasizing customerRead More →

“The ReachArts 2021 Garden Art Walk is an outdoor community event that encourages Swampscott residents to share their art, gardens, nature and friendships. This event is open to everyone, whether you are presenting your art, your garden, your yard or your planter! We need gardens, artists, volunteers and sponsors forRead More →

“It showed us how nature has taken on a new and important role in our lives,” painter Claire Sower said of the Garden Escapes exhibition, with Marney-Rose Edge. Before the lockdown early last year, Parker Street Studio artists Claire Sower and Marney-Rose Edge talked about having an exhibition at PoMoArts.Read More →

As the COVID-19 gardening craze continues to attract more sales and customers than in the past, Mother’s Day 2021 has broken all records. Heather Pariso, owner of The Garden Gurl Shop in New Philadelphia, Ohio, said her sales were up from a year ago, despite the “absolutely treacherous” weather. “AirRead More →

KITCHENER — As the Ontario government considers extending the provincial stay-at-home order, some Waterloo Region businesses allowed to stay open have seen a business boom. The Meadow Acres Garden Center in Petersburg had a full parking lot with cars coming in and out on Saturday. The owner told CTV NewsRead More →

By Haley Weisgerber Homestead Gardens was founded as a roadside plant stand in Davidsonville, Maryland in 1973. In the decades that followed, that stand grew into a successful independent garden center, with three retail outlets, a wholesale division, an award-winning landscape division and a horticultural supply center. Today, Homestead GardensRead More →

The Garden Art Museum of Nanning International Garden Expo / China Architecture Design & Research Group © Guangyuan Zhang + 27 To share To share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/957790/the-garden-art-museum-of-nanning-international-garden-expo-china-architecture-design-and-research-group © Guangyuan Zhang Text description provided by the architects. The Garden Art Museum was the main venue ofRead More →

Book events Passage of the book: 51, boulevard Tamal Vista, Corte Madera; 415-927-0960; bookpassage.com. March 14: Kazuo Ishiguro discusses “Klara and the Sun” with Pico Iyer. 1 p.m. online. $ 35. Sign up online; March 14: Julia Turshen discusses “Simply Julia” with Pati Jinich. 4 p.m. online. Sign up online;Read More →

“As the cannabis and hydroponics industries continue to evolve at a rapid pace, we are working to define what the next generation of garden centers will look like. Our Super Hydroponic garden centers will offer the widest choice, expert advice from our professional staff and first-rate customer service. They willRead More →

Garden centers can still ease the minds of their customers and employees despite the challenges of the pandemic. PHOTO © DMYTRO I ADOBE STOCK Insomniac, anxious, overwhelmed, forgetful, pissed off… grumpy COVID. This is what the pandemic has done to many of us and it is playing out in aRead More →

If you thought about investing in more plants or started growing a small garden during the coronavirus shutdowns of 2020, you weren’t alone. According to Flowery landscape, a company that ships live plants directly from greenhouses to customers’ homes, a number of people are showing interest in plants this year,Read More →

It is tempting to shop for the garden at places like Wal-Mart and Home Depot, as their prices are sometimes lower than those at small garden centers. However, a garden gnome once said that the information and greenery available at smaller “mom and pop” centers goes beyond the shackles –Read More →

PHOTO ILLUSTRATION: STÉPHANIE ANTAL | ADOBE STOCK PHOTO ELEMENTS It has certainly been a year like no other. What started out as another normal spring quickly turned into the weirdest season many of us have ever seen. Between increased sales, social distancing, mask mandates and a whole host of newRead More →

UPTOWN – JT and Charlie Murray found the perfect Uptown storefront for their dream business, a home and garden showroom named Hearthstone & Terrace that combined their expertise. Then the coronavirus pandemic struck. With retail closings and furniture deliveries delayed due to factory closures, the Murrays have had to revampRead More →

For this week’s In the Garden, Sharon Meyer and Charlie Nardozzi discuss how to shop safely at garden centers and greenhouses during the pandemic. Sharon: Charlie we’re here! It’s garden season again, but it’s different – it’s very different now with COVID-19, so there are different rules. What have youRead More →

The 17the The annual Michigan Garden Plant Tour is scheduled to run July 27 through August 7. The event is a free and coordinated open house that provides commercial growers, landscapers, public garden workers and other industry professionals the opportunity to learn about new and improved ornamental plant selections. existing.Read More →

Rows of pristine green tomato plants lined the tables inside the Hammarlund Nursery in Esko on Friday, with soldiers fighting for food security. A barrel of natural organic fertilizer, or “tea,” as owner Ken Hammarlund described it, gave off the not-so-subtle scent of a minnow bucket. The nursery has seenRead More →

Animal Crossing: New HorizonsThe next update arrives on Thursday, April 23 and will add new merchants and an expanded museum, Nintendo confirmed on Tuesday morning. New additions include Leif, the sloth Animal Crossing fans will remember Animal Crossing: New Leafwho will run a garden stand, and Redd, the fox/art dealerRead More →

Bay Area nursery owners are reacting with cautious optimism to a report that health workers in several counties may ease restrictions on garden centers and landscaping companies starting May 4. “We are considering lifting the restrictions on some low-risk, mostly outdoor activities,” said Santa Cruz County health officer Dr GailRead More →

On April 10, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf denied a blanket exemption that would have allowed independent family garden centers across Pennsylvania to open this spring. The refusal means that garden centers, prepared for spring, will end up with millions of plants that they will not be able to sell. InRead More →

The expansion of Michigan stay-at-home orders announced by Governor Gretchen Whitmer comes with additional restrictions intended to limit the spread of the virus – including the closure of certain sections of stores. The new stay-at-home order, which takes effect on April 9, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. and ends April 30,Read More →

With reduced hours, limited staff wearing masks, and clients standing six feet apart, business isn’t exactly business as usual at Olson’s Garden Center, but that hasn’t stopped Melissa Ferreira from doing business. all she can to get through the spring season. Ferreira explained that Olson is allowed to remain openRead More →

Landscaping, nursery and garden center workers are considered non-essential workers and will not be exempt under the March 27 update to Governor Tim’s COVID-19 emergency order Walz. Yet the overall impact of the current closure of local garden centers, nurseries and landscapers is unclear. “It’s far too early to tell,”Read More →

Design-build landscaping has been our calling since the late 90s, but until three years ago we also had a commercial garden center and nursery. Owning an independent garden center is as cumbersome and risky as farming; just as subject to the vagaries of the weather. It is also very dependentRead More →

Whether you’re looking to spruce up a small patio or planning some extensive landscaping, a good garden center is a must. The best centers employ experts and, perhaps most importantly, emphasize quality. Buying plants is not like buying, say, power tools. Plants are alive, each unique and each vulnerable toRead More →

Hottest New Garden Store in Town – 5280 Jessica Schutz, owner of Green Lady Gardens. Photograph by Rebecca Stumpf. Enter Enter the Green Lady Gardens in the Santa Fe Arts District. By Christine Deorio 5280 Reception April / May 2019 Which makes Gardens of the Green Lady different from yourRead More →

How did this business get started? For 64 years, Dunn’s Nursery and Garden Shop on Skibo Road has helped residents of Fayetteville and surrounding areas meet their landscaping and garden needs. The owner, John F. Dunn, Jr., said his father, J. Fairley Dunn, started the business in 1955. “It startedRead More →