Growers and retailers tap into a renewed interest in indoor plants Lisa Eldred Steinkopf is addicted to houseplants and has a huge collection to prove it. She recently published a 272-page hardback book on the subject, Houseplants: The Complete Guide to Choosing, Growing and Caring for Indoor Plants. “If I had only paid a dollar […]
Growers and researchers seek short, tidy and tough trees that can coexist with utilities When the power goes out in a storm, daily life halts abruptly. Our TVs go dark; we can’t cook our food or keep it cold, much less brew coffee, charge our many electronic devices or turn up the heat. We are […]
Gardeners are often awestruck when they experience climbing vines in bloom. “It takes so long for a plant to get out into the public,” said Maurice Horn, co-owner of Joy Creek Nursery in Scappoose, Oregon. “It takes an encounter to fall in love with it. You turn the corner, and there it is. Then you […]
An expert panel of judges selected Mesa de Maya Southwest Oak (Quercus x undulate ‘Mesa de Maya’) as the Best in Show winner at the 2017 Farwest Show New Varieties Showcase. Mesa de Maya was just one out of 40 outstanding new selections that were displayed at the 2017 Farwest Show and available from at least […]
Growers and specifiers seek replacements for trees decimated by the emerald ash borer.
Oregon leads the way in production of this diverse family of beautiful landscape trees.
Whether lining streets, beautifying parks or brightening compact spaces with their beautiful blooms, flowering cherry and plum trees can’t be beat.
Growers highlight native plants and underutilized selections for stormwater management systems.
With their eye-catching color and ease of care, annual flowers remain popular among all generations of gardeners.
Younger gardeners are discovering the joys of old-fashioned flower gardens, houseplants and crafty containers.