Canada's Premier Horticultural Trade Publication since 1979
By Lee Ann Knudsen
Roadside shape sparks memory and muse
New annuals for 2017
Annuals to enjoy for the new year
New Woody Plants
New woody plants for 2017
New woody plants
New roses for Spring 2017
New roses for the spring season.
New perennials for 2017
New perennials for the new year.
Road To Success
Good selling: Technique and attitude
By Rod McDonald
I get it. Dealing with the public is difficult.
Back-charges for deficiencies, and fundamental breach
By Rob Kennaley
In 2010, the owners of a property in Ottawa hired a contractor to build a home and then install a stone facade around it.
How efficient is your landscape company?
By Mark Bradley
Another day, another job supposed to start — but your crews are standing there without the right tools or materials.
Feds pledge $1.1 million to promote markets
The Ministry of Agriculture and Agri-food recently promised up to $1.1 million in funding for the Canadian Nursery Landscape Association (CNLA) to “grow the domestic and international markets for Canadian ornamental horticulture.”
Gardening personality Esmonde-White dies
Long-time television and radio host passed away at the age of 96.
John Deere recalls lawn tractors
John Deere has recalled lawn and garden tractor models X710, X730, X734, X738 and X739 with serial numbers beginning with 1M0X.
Dümmen Orange opens new North American headquarters
The Dümmen Orange team celebrated the official opening of their new North American headquarters this summer.
AAS honours hort industry veterans
All-America Selections recently honoured two horticulture industry leaders at its annual awards banquet, held at Rotary Botanical Gardens in Janesville, Wisc.
Rain Bird irrigates Rio Olympic venues
Rain Bird irrigation systems helped keep Olympic and World Cup venues green in Brazil as the South American nation hosted the World Cup and the Olympics in 2015 and 2016.
Takeuchi launches telematics system
Takeuchi-US recently announced its new telematics system, Takeuchi Fleet Management (TFM).
Growth and culture
When Jeremy Miller began providing marketing advice to a friend in the landscaping industry in the early 2000s, he had no idea of the amazing opportunities the green profession had to offer.
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