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Fungus attacks European ash trees

10/5/2012

A deadly fungus has decimated Denmark's ash trees and may lead to import restrictions. More

American Garden Award winners announced

9/11/2012

First place goes to Benary's Begonia boliviensis 'Santa Cruz Sunset' More

New weeping Styrax japonica

6/19/2012

'Fragrant Fountain' from PlantHaven has strong, weeping stems and fragrant white flowers More

Beyond visual

5/16/2012

Adding color as a service can please clients and boost your bottom line. More

Keeping up appearances

5/16/2012

The work doesn’t end after you make the color sale. More

Setting expectations

5/16/2012

Clearly educating clients can help close next year’s enhancement program. More

USDA unveils new Plant Hardiness Zone Map

1/25/2012

New version of the map includes 13 zones, with the addition for the first time of zones 12 and 13 More

Tree service company helps zoo maintain animal habitats

5/24/2010

SavATree provides maintenance and developmental pruning at Bergen County Zoo. More

Take the tour of a lifetime through the great gardens of Southern England

3/3/2010

Chalet's Tony Fulmer hosts from July 5 - 15, 2010 More

Lo & Behold Blue Chip wins Best New Plant at the Salon De Vegetal in France

2/23/2010

The Salon du Végétal at the Parc des Expositions in Angers is a professional show in France geared towards the horticultural supply chain. More

Mountain Pine Bark Beetles finding a home on the range

1/12/2010

Two million acres of lodgepole pines have come under attack in the high country. But there are several accounts of mountain pine beetles attacking trees along the Front Range as well. More

HMI network tops 2,000 crews

12/28/2009

Horticultural Asset Management also includes 1,200 certified arborists. More

Why leaves really fall off trees

12/7/2009

You think you know why leaves fall off trees. Well, you're wrong. It's not the wind. It's not the cold. More

GreatPlants Makes Selections for 2009

12/23/2008

Each year, the program highlights new or overlooked trees, shrubs, herbaceous perennials and ornamental grasses that show superior qualities for Nebraska landscapes. More

Christmas Tree Growers Hope for Good Season

12/2/2008

Tree growers say they are are optimistic that tough times won't stop most shoppers from sticking to their holiday tradition of buying live trees. More

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Top news

Ruppert promotes branch manager

Josh Lawson has been with the organization since 2007, working in multiple branches.

A green and white mixture

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Crush crabgrass problems

Wet and warm weather means crabgrass is growing strong. Get rid of it with these post-emergent tips.

L&L assists service project

Project EverGreen revitalized Cleveland area into community green space.

60,000 professional positions available

A new NALP survey shows an additional 240,000 labor positions, all available in the landscape industry.

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