Oregon is Nursery Country. OregonGrown™ plants are outstanding because of the state’s rich soil, ideal climate and concentration of skilled growers. In 2016, nursery and greenhouse products reclaimed their place as Oregon’s top grossing agricultural product, selling more than $909 million worth of material. We thought you might like to meet the people behind these outstanding numbers. […]
December’s issue is packed with smart solutions, including recommendations for utility-friendly trees to plant near powerlines, how to prevent water erosion on your property, and ways to reduce the risk of herbicide resistance. In this issue: Growing under the lines: Growers and researchers seek short, tidy and tough trees that can coexist with utilities. Maximizing your natural […]
Just as with water to grow crops and labor to transform them, there can be no nursery industry without transportation to deliver products to paying customers. In this special issue, we explore the facets of transportation that can make or break your bottom line. In this issue: Paving the way to market: Nurseries depend on a […]
Discover the appetite for edibles in gardening, the best advice from wholesale nursery professionals for optimal growing production, and the hidden gems within a private garden in OAN’s October issue of Digger. In this issue: An appetite for edibles: Homeowner desires to grow their own food mean opportunities for retailers to redefine their role in the community. […]
Our September cover feature is on awe-inspiring vines, but there’s lots more to read about in the newest issue of Digger. Eye-catching new varieties of Clematis, Passiflora and evergreen Hydrangea are in high demand. We look at the impact on gardeners, growers and retailers. Download a PDF of this article Other stories in the September […]
August 2017 — Digger: Farwest edition
Flowering cherry and plum trees grace the cover of the July issue — plus, preview the Farwest Show New Varieties Showcase.
The new issue of Digger magazine features stormwater management and a deluge of educational opportunities.
The May 2017 issue of Digger looks at three of the major issues facing the horticulture industry’s future.
A is for April — and Annuals.