October 2021Previous Issues
New plants for 2022
The latest annuals, perennials, woody plants, edibles and roses headed to Canadian nurseries and garden centres next spring.
History grows at Hatley Park
The Butchart Gardens is probably Canada’s most well-known horticultural attraction. However, about 20 km to the south on the west shore of Greater Victoria are the gardens at Hatley Park — a national historic site that today encompasses Royal Roads University.
Schizachyrium scoparium named Perennial Plant of the Year
The Perennial Plant Association (PPA) named Schizachyrium scoparium — and its cultivars — the 2022 Perennial Plant of the Year.
Dümmen Orange and Chrysanne join forces to further develop Supernova
Dümmen Orange is partnering with Chrysanne to collaborate on the further development of the Supernova series, a disbudded pot chrysanthemum.
GISC pivots to a virtual event format
The 2021 Green Industry Show & Conference (GISC) will proceed as a virtual event.
Brandt acquires Cervus Equipment
Brandt announced it has entered into an agreement to acquire all shares of Cervus Equipment Corporation.
Aspire Software partners with SiteOne Landscape Supply
Aspire Software has partnered with SiteOne Landscape Supply to focus on improving the estimating process in the Aspire Landscape platform.
LMN acquires Greenius, opens PEI location
Landscape Management Network (LMN) has acquired Greenius, an online training software company specializing in landscaping.