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Cranberries: A Rare American Native Fruit for Thanksgiving

If there’s a staple to the Thanksgiving meal besides turkey, it would be cranberries. How did this come to be? Because cranberries are one of …

Lawns To Legumes Program Will Pay MN Residents For Pollinator Plantings

Though it was rainy and cold last Thursday in Roseville, MN, inside the Roseville Skate Center, attendees of the “Lawns to Legumes Workshop” were already …

Strange And Spooky Plants For Halloween

By Cindy Haynes, Department of Horticulture, Iowa State University There are many plants associated with Halloween. All sorts of pumpkins and gourds have been staples …

It’s Pawpaw Day: Celebrate The Forgotten Native Fruit

It’s National Pawpaw Day! Each year, the third Thursday in September is set aside to celebrate the best native fruit you’ve never tried. Despite their …

Miralon, A New Agrihood

In Palm Springs, CA, a developer is building the next agrihood in the desert. Olive trees and pockets of citrus trees are a centerpiece. The …

America’s Top 25 Magnificent Historic Gardens Named

Historic Hotels of America are home to some of the nation’s most magnificent and beautiful storybook gardens. With this in mind, the organization has compiled …

From Flight To Plight: Creating Monarch-Friendly Landscapes

By Christine Menapace As the dangers to monarch populations gain more notoriety, landscapers may see an uptick in clients wanting “butterfly-friendly” plantings and less pesticides …

Neonics Remain Under Fire In Canada, Europe

The controversy over pesticide use and pollinator health shows few signs of abating.

WNLA’s 100th Anniversary Honored With Proclamation From Governor: This Week’s Industry News

Want to keep up with the latest news in lawn care and landscaping? Check back every Thursday for a quick recap of recent happenings in …

Like A Boss: Protecting Pollinators

Though education on pollinator protection is rising, this company has been doing it before it was a trend.