December 2019Previous Issues
Landscape wish list for 2020: Pollinator success
Pros can make a real difference, plus satisfy client desires to help reverse declining populations
Sustainability makes sales
Eco-friendly landscaping is not as simple and straightforward as traditional hort, and requires more training and understanding of how and why it needs to be done this way.
How other trades recruit: New ideas on new talent
Domestic recruitment efforts have to be focused on two groups in particular: young people and the underrepresented, including women and minorities.
Independence: Four years on
Kevin McAulay and Dave Milburn, two contractors who launched on their own four years ago with their employers’ blessing.
Green professional gamechanger: Ontario Landscape Tree Planting Guide
The Ontario Landscape Tree Planting Guide captures years of research from around the world on tree survival and establishment in challenging environments.
Atlantic designers tour Normandy
The Atlantic Association of Landscape Designers (AALD) visited gardens in Normandy, France and discovered trees and shrubs that might be worth trying.
Sustainable turf is good business
Ideas for more sustainable lawncare programs, that hopefully lead to healthier turf over a long period of time