Fleuroselect Home Garden Conference Shines a Spotlight on ‘Small Space Gardening’

September 21, 2022 Fleuroselect

On 31 August and 1 September 2022, Fleuroselect welcomed more than 80 delegates to Munich (Germany) for the annual Home Garden Conference. The two-day programme proved to be a unique opportunity for industry experts to learn about the latest trends in home gardening. 

Waterwise Gardening – Creating Beautiful Gardens with Less Water

June 16, 2022 Monrovia

Being a water-wise gardener can be a challenge. Making smart choices with plants, using low-water landscape designs and practicing efficient watering techniques can help you create a garden that is both beautiful and drought tolerant.

Wellness in the Garden: Creating Connections with Color

April 21, 2022 Monrovia

Gardens are becoming so much more than just beautiful spaces. They’re now a place for socializing, relaxation, or a space to recharge. A recent survey from Monrovia found that more than 35% of homeowners feel that gardening is good for their mental health and well-being. That connection between mental health and gardening is a developing wellness garden trend.

Monrovia Offers Inspiration for Spring Garden Design Spring 2022 Shades of Beautiful Guidebook Available Now

March 28, 2022 Monrovia

It’s spring! Are you heading to the garden center with a plan, or will you let the plants be your design inspiration? No matter how you’re approaching your 2022 garden, Monrovia’s new Shades of Beautiful guidebook can help.

Bonnie Plants Opens New State-of-the-Art Headquarters in Opelika

January 20, 2022 Bonnie Plants

Bonnie Plants unveiled today its new headquarters in Opelika with a grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony marking a significant expansion for the company, which is the largest grower of vegetable and herb plants for home gardens in the U.S. The new headquarters relocated from Union Springs, where the company was founded in 1918, and will strengthen Bonnie’s partnership with Auburn University by bringing new jobs and recruitment opportunities to the Auburn-Opelika community.