Hot off the press, the April issue of Digger showcases the nearly limitless planting possibilities when gardening in pots, boxes and hanging baskets. Click here to read the article (PDF).
Other articles in the issue include:
• “For the birds” (PDF) — Mike Darcy calls for a common-sense response to the recent controversy surrounding Nandina domestica (heavenly bamboo) and its role in the deaths of cedar waxwing birds.
• “Meet the leader: Ryan Basile” (PDF) — The Farwest Trade Show chairman talks about his love of providing great products and services for the nursery industry.
• “Learning from the experts” (PDF) — This year’s Farwest Trade Show has once again attracted a who’s who of green industry gurus, eager to share their far-reaching knowledge with showgoers.
• “Attracting, training and retaining a winning team” (PDF) — Thought-provoking ways the nursery and greenhouse industry can grow its workforce today and for the future.
• “Stealing the green” (PDF) — Prevention is the best defense against the dreaded chloroplast thief, the azalea lace bug.
• “Shaping our identity” (PDF) — Inspired by springtime’s rejuvenating spirit, OAN Executive Director Jeff Stone provides motivation for the renewed growth of the nursery and greenhouse industry.
Please send your comments on the issue to editor Curt Kipp at email@example.com.