Highlights From Greenhouse Grower’s May 2024 Issue

From the unveiling of our 2024 Top 100 Growers list to tips on staying resilient, there was a lot of information to cover in Greenhouse Grower’s May 2024 issue. Check out the slideshow above for a closer look at the top stories (links to each story are included in the photo gallery and below). You can also find a digital version of the issue here.

Cover Story: Greenhouse Grower’s 2024 Top 100 Growers: The Complete List

As dynamic market conditions force growers to find a way to weather the storm, some come out on top by growing their business in a variety of ways. Others, however, have been less fortunate. Learn more here.

How the Top 100 Growers Adapt and Evolve to Market Pressures

In this year’s Top 100 survey, we sought advice on how to successfully navigate major challenges in the floriculture market.

Choosing the Right Lavender Variety for Optimal Growth

Plant Trials Benefit Breeders, Growers Alike

Large growers will often partner with breeders for plant trials, offering valuable feedback to breeders while giving growers first dibs on the latest varieties.

What is Your End Game When it Comes to Owning Your Business?

Don’t wait until it’s too late. Follow these best practices for successful horticultural industry succession and exit planning.

The Spring of Hope: 13 Strategies to Keep Your Business Strong

Learn from AmericanHort CEO Ken Fisher how you can remain resilient and successful in the green industry in 2024.

Allan Armitage on Why the Name of the Game in Plants Is Color

In his latest column. Dr. A notes that while variety trends like deer resistance, natives, and others are important, they are all trumped by color.

A Conversation About Skagit Horticulture’s Legacy

Earlier this year, Skagit Horticulture in Washington announced it would be shutting down. CEO Scott Crownover shares his thoughts on the company, its team, and lessons others can learn from.

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