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Sunday, May 28, 2017 Vol. 81 No. 1


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AFE Gets $100K | Ellen C. Wells
Earlier this month, the American Floral Endowment received a grand gift from Egon and Laina Molbak, the founders of Seattle-area Molbak’s Garden and Home.

An Epic Catalog | Jennifer Polanz
Dayton Nurseries, a garden center in Norton, Ohio, has done something pretty amazing: it created a 240-page, full-color digital catalog of many of its offerings.

Asking Questions, Getting Answers | Ellen C. Wells
One social site aimed specifically at gardeners is hoping to buck the sketchy plant info trend by crowdsourcing the answers to gardening and plant questions.

Cultivate’17 Retail Tour | Ellen C. Wells
AmericanHort will host a Retail Tour, happening on Saturday, July 15, as part of Cultivate’17 (July 16-18).

Doing Good and Giving Back | Ellen C. Wells
In this installment of how industry folks like yourself are giving back to the communities they live in, I give you Beth Simpson and the folks at Rolling Green Nursery in Greenland, New Hampshire.

Instagram and Gramps | Ellen C. Wells
Combing through my inbox of social media e-newsletters, I came across a headline that, I admit, truly surprised me: “Older Users Are Most Influenced by Ads on Instagram.”

New Garden Center Opens on Old Martin Viette Site | Jennifer Polanz
The Dubner family purchased the 42 acres in January that was formerly the site of Martin Viette Nursery in Muttontown on Long Island in New York.

New Infographic Released From NICH | Jennifer Polanz
NICH is in the process of developing a series of infographics to disseminate throughout horticulture disciplines to use as needed to get the message across.

Winner, Winner $1,000 Dinner | Jennifer Polanz
Or $1,000 for whatever Andrew Seemar wishes to spend it on, since he was the big winner in the Container Centralen Rack Distance Traveled Contest.




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