Mariani Gardens of Armonk has earned the No. 12 spot on Garden Center magazine’s list of the Top 100 Independent Garden Centers for 2014. The Armonk nursery, which was founded in 2005, had a sales volume of $19.5 million in 2013, according to the magazine. Adams Fairacre Farms, which has… Read More →
The exhibit will focus on its extensive collection of Japanese maples. Click here to see my story on lohud.com. Note box with free fall workshops at the nursery.
Click here to see my article in The Journal News/lohud.com. Through it all, Rosedale Nurseries continues to thrive. Here are C. Powers Taylor and his son, Dan.
March 29 Bronx: The Orchid Show: Key West Contemporary. Step out of the bustling city and into the Florida Keys, where the dramatic beauty of a flourishing tropical garden is amplified by vibrant architecture to recall this particular island’s charm and ambience. The Enid A. Haupt Conservatory’s sprawling glasshouse galleries… Read More →
By DEAN FOSDICK, Associated Press Garden centers, with their vast collections of plant colors, sizes and shapes, can be intimidating to inexperienced buyers. But you can become a discerning purchaser with a little homework and by quizzing the sales people as you shop. “Usually, when shopping, I go early… Read More →
From Martha Gellens at Wave Hill: WAVE HILL OFFERS SIGNATURE SERIES OF HORTICULTURAL LECTURES FOR AVID GARDENERS Lectures Take Place January 22, February 19 and March 19 at Manhattan’s New York School of Interior Design from 6–7:30PM This season’s horticultural lecture series offers dynamic presentations that strongly inform and highlight… Read More →
From Chris Beytes’ GrowerTalks newsletter (IGC=Independent Garden Centers): “Martha to keynote IGC Chicago She’s so famous, she doesn’t even need a last name (in fact, New York Magazine listed her with Oprah and Hillary as part of the “holy trinity of single-name American power women”). But if you don’t know,… Read More →
Despite the overwhelming chorus of woes from local nursery owners, some of our family-owned garden centers are doing quite well. They know their market and their clientele — what sells and what doesn’t. Many have been in business for generations and they have a long history of successfully adapting to… Read More →
For the better part of 50 years, every community in the Lower Hudson Valley seemed to have at least one local mom-and-pop nursery. It was where you went on Saturday mornings to pick up grass seed, rose bushes, rakes and flats of impatiens. Lately, though, once-loyal customers have slowly drifted… Read More →
Starting on Sunday and running through mid-November, you can see a wonderful exhibit of Japanese maples at Down to Earth nursery in Pomona.
press release from Patrick Hennessey at WCC: “THE NATIVE PLANT CENTER’S ANNUAL NATIVE PLANT APPRECIATION WEEKEND; ROSEDALE NURSERIES HOSTS SEPTEMBER 7-8 BENEFIT Rosedale Nurseries Inc. will host its fourth annual weekend-long benefit for The Native Plant Center, Saturday and Sunday, September 7 and 8, 9:00 a.m. to 5:30… Read More →
Ruth Clausen emailed to let me know she will be speaking on deer-resistant plants at 10 am Saturday at Sam Bridge Nursery on North St. in Greenwich, CT. And then at 11:30 am Sunday, she’ll be signing copies of her book on deer-resistant plants at the Plant Auction at Lasdon… Read More →