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Monday, March 27, 2017 Vol. 80 No. 11


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01 |Digital Edition
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03 |SAF in the Lobby
04 |New Products
05 |New Products Submissions


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08 |Article Archive
09 |Acres Online
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11 |Inside Grower
12 |Nursery & Landscape Insider
13 |Perennial Pulse
14 |NewTerrain
15 |Trade Show Calendar
16 |Subscriptions
17 |Hard Goods Distributors
18 |Media Kit 2017


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  NewTerrain





Urban areas are expanding at a faster rate than any other land use type.  Worldwide, every week until 2050, one million people will be added to the world’s cities. In the U.S., more than 80% of the population lives in urban areas.

The emerging green infrastructure market is new for the ornamental horticulture industry. Sales of functional plants to these markets are becoming a stable, growing, viable piece of the wholesale landscape plant market trade for nurseries and greenhouses (perennials/grasses). The market for green infrastructure landscape installation and maintenance services is also growing.

That’s why we’ve created NewTerrain, an e-newsletter that covers emerging green infrastructure markets and the external influences shaping them. Your editor, Debbie Hamrick, was a former editor at Ball Publishing, managing GrowerTalks and Floriculture International. In NewTerrain, she’ll cover a wide range of topics about green infrastructure, including storm water management, bioswales, green roofs and walls, native plant species, wildlife habitats and more.

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