My word! has become one of the fastest growing home decor brands with its line of weather resistant decorative panels. It all started with Porch Boards™ – at nearly 4 feet tall, they’re designed to hang or stand on a porch, in an entryway, or anywhere a welcoming decorative touchRead More →

Photo © Flaffy | Adobe Stock With the industry rushing into full gear for spring, we spoke to three garden centers to see what customers were clamoring for this Mother’s Day. Sure, the weather was a big factor in sales for most retailers, but despite cold temperatures in some places,Read More →

With a new entrance and walking path, Colclough Gardens is gearing up for a different season, offering champagne and strawberries, stylish wedding space and new attractions. Work began on the new entrance and greenhouse in December 2019 The remains of a melon pit have been found and, in keeping withRead More →

By JOHN BEIFUSS, The Commercial Appeal MEMPHIS, Tennessee (AP) — Published in 1865, Lewis Carroll’s eerie, whimsical and surreal masterpiece, “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland,” has inspired films, plays, drawings, songs and cartoons. At the Memphis Botanical Garden, it inspired foliage. To be more specific, the Queen with her flamingo croquetRead More →

A massive 16-storey tower could have been sandwiched between Middlesbrough Town Hall and the Central Library as part of a £40million scheme, plans have revealed. However, the Wellbeing Towers and Winter Gardens scheme was scrapped, but not before the council had spent £145,000 appointing a development manager, architects, cost consultantsRead More →

Kane Nathan McNeill is now imparting useful horticultural skills, rather than providing cannabis growing equipment and advice at a Christchurch pet shop and garden centre. His rehabilitation efforts saved the 31-year-old from jail after police raided Pet and Garden Supplies on Fitzgerald Ave in 2020 and arrested him. Christchurch DistrictRead More →

Once upon a time, giant supermarkets dominated the market, acting as a one-stop-shop for everything but the kitchen sink. However, in recent years their popularity has declined with the opening of smaller, “city-safe” versions, consumer shopping habits have begun to change, and the “weekly department store” has fallen out ofRead More →

Did you know that the Garden has a volunteer program just for teenagers? This year-round program allows teenagers who love nature and the garden to participate in volunteer service-learning projects, career development opportunities and the exploration of nature and fun. with science. “One of the ways the Garden’s mission advancesRead More →

Editor’s note This article is brought to you by the Home Builders Association of Greater New Orleans. If you’re interested in renovating, remodeling or updating your home, more than 175 companies will be ready to help you at the upcoming New Orleans Home and Garden Show at Caesars Superdome. ThisRead More →

The horticulture team at Rosebourne Garden Center in Aldermaston have been recognized for their autumn bulb displays in a national competition. The team received a silver medal in the Autumn Bulb Competition from Taylor’s Bulbs, an annual competition run by the Lincolnshire-based bulb grower. They were praised for a well-plannedRead More →

Harold L. Watters, the founder of Watters Garden Center, who celebrates his 60th birthday in Prescott this spring, is known as a kind, faith-led businessman with a heart for his adopted community. “If you want to use the old gentleman’s interpretation, it was Harold,” Ken Davis, the center’s social mediaRead More →

February 11, 2022 Ian Lewitz PBS Wisconsin Garden and Landscape Fair is a three-day event February 11-13 at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison that features more than 100 free educational presentations, an exhibitor mall, expert insights from UW-Madison Extension Horticulture, a floral design and more. Garden & Landscape ExpoRead More →

Sunderland Home Grown CIC is a social enterprise acting as a garden centre, providing opportunities for adults with learning disabilities and mental health issues through training and employment opportunities, as well as promoting the social and therapeutic horticulture. The group, which currently has more than 101 official members and 408Read More →

The Secret Herb Garden and the Secret Garden Distillery were released. The gin distillery, botanical herb garden, boutique, bistro, event venue and five-bedroom house – complete with private gardens and orchard – are sold by Savills. This property is situated on seven and a half acres at the foot ofRead More →

When the co-founders of SymbiOp incorporated their green landscaping business in March 2020, they did not plan to have a retail store the following year. But call it luck, fate or business sense, that’s what happened when the co-op’s new worker-owned garden store opened in southeast Portland on October 1,Read More →

Vancouver- Vancouver’s Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Garden was the target of a lot of graffiti Saturday night. The gardens, located in the city’s historic Chinatown, are a cultural center for Metro Vancouver’s Chinese-Canadian community. Executive director Lorraine Lowe said staff alerted her to the many large spray-painted labels on the garden’sRead More →

SPRINGFIELD– The Springfield Garden Club helps improve food equity in neighborhoods across the city while promoting its mission. “The SGC’s mission statement includes, ‘…works to create interest in the art of gardening, stimulates the promotion of civic beauty through horticulture and conservation…’ and we believe that Gardening the Community achievesRead More →

The Surrey Garden Store reimagined as “Western Canada’s Greatest Christmas Shop” has opened for the season. The “Christmas Shop” at Potters celebrates 17th year as a ‘Happy Wonderland’ with ‘a wide selection of festive decorations, gift items and specialty items from around the world’, at 19158 48 Ave., on theRead More →

The Surrey Garden Store reimagined as “Western Canada’s Greatest Christmas Shop” has opened for the season. The “Christmas Shop” at Potters celebrates 17th year as a ‘Happy Wonderland’ with ‘a wide selection of festive decorations, gift items and specialty items from around the world’, at 19158 48 Ave., on theRead More →

The Surrey Garden Shop redesigned as “Western Canada’s Largest Christmas Shop” opened for the season. The “Christmas Shop” at Potters celebrates its 17th year as a ‘Happy Wonderland’ featuring ‘a massive selection of holiday decorations, giftware and curated specialty items from around the world’, at 19158 48 Ave., Surrey/Langley borderRead More →

First place: Strange Florist 3313 Mechanicsville Pike321-22012111 West Broad The second place: Coleman Brothers Flowers Third place: Flowers and finds from the strawberry fields Honorable mention: Cross Creek Nursery and Landscaping There’s a reason Style readers voted Strange’s the best florist or garden store in town and it’s probablyRead More →

If you thought about investing in more plants or started growing a small garden during the coronavirus shutdowns of 2020, you weren’t alone. According to Flowery landscape, a company that ships live plants directly from greenhouses to customers’ homes, a number of people are showing interest in plants this year,Read More →

UPTOWN – JT and Charlie Murray found the perfect Uptown storefront for their dream business, a home and garden showroom named Hearthstone & Terrace that combined their expertise. Then the coronavirus pandemic struck. With retail closings and furniture deliveries delayed due to factory closures, the Murrays have had to revampRead More →

Animal Crossing: New HorizonsThe next update arrives on Thursday, April 23 and will add new merchants and an expanded museum, Nintendo confirmed on Tuesday morning. New additions include Leif, the sloth Animal Crossing fans will remember Animal Crossing: New Leafwho will run a garden stand, and Redd, the fox/art dealerRead More →

With reduced hours, limited staff wearing masks, and clients standing six feet apart, business isn’t exactly business as usual at Olson’s Garden Center, but that hasn’t stopped Melissa Ferreira from doing business. all she can to get through the spring season. Ferreira explained that Olson is allowed to remain openRead More →

Hottest New Garden Store in Town – 5280 Jessica Schutz, owner of Green Lady Gardens. Photograph by Rebecca Stumpf. Enter Enter the Green Lady Gardens in the Santa Fe Arts District. By Christine Deorio 5280 Reception April / May 2019 Which makes Gardens of the Green Lady different from yourRead More →

How did this business get started? For 64 years, Dunn’s Nursery and Garden Shop on Skibo Road has helped residents of Fayetteville and surrounding areas meet their landscaping and garden needs. The owner, John F. Dunn, Jr., said his father, J. Fairley Dunn, started the business in 1955. “It startedRead More →