5 Must-Read Floral Decor Tips

September 7, 2010 Anne Chertoff, Aisle Dash

High or low centerpieces? Long or round tables? These are the tough decisions you and your florist will have to make. No matter what you choose there are some guidelines you should follow to ensure that your centerpieces don’t block your guests’ view across the table.

Florist Best Marketing Practice – Corporate Courtship

With the holiday season quickly approaching one important market segment to keep in mind is corporate accounts. Securing a large cooperate account during the holiday season will generate additional revenue. Face-to-face marketing is a key strategy when it comes to a corporate setting.

Ohio Greenhouse Grows Selection To Niche Market

For decades, Green Circle Growers, 51051 US 20, Oberlin, has produced bedding plants and seasonal plants such as Easter lilies and Christmas poinsettias for sale in Walmart, Home Depot, Heinens, Giant Eagle and others.

Researcher Breeds First Blue Hibiscus

September 6, 2010 Staff Reporter, Red Orbit

For four years, Malinowski, an AgriLife Research plant physiologist and forage agronomist in Vernon, has been working with collaborators Steve Brown of the Texas Foundation Seed and Dr. William Pinchak and Shane Martin with AgriLife Research on a winter-hardy hibiscus breeding project.

Conn. Nurseries Phasing Out Some Invasive Plants

A group representing Connecticut’s nursery and landscape companies says the businesses are phasing out some types of a certain plant because of its invasive potential.