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2019 Newsletters

  • February - using grasses beautifully, green roofs, bioretention, visit to Georgia, top ten grasses, and more.
  • January - new resources for GI, more plants for stormwater projects, featured grasses, CBG evaluations, and more.

2018 Newsletters

  • Holiday - designing rain gardens, collaborations, presentations from grass symposium, shade grasses, and more.
  • October - grass college, Gardenista on Little Bluestem and Switchgrass, green infrastructure stories, and more.
  • September - Hoffmans honored by PPA, splendid grass combos, Muhly grasses, pollinator grasses, and more.
  • August - new varieties in the news, illusion of water, our new production manager, PPA visits, and more.
  • July - John Hoffman honored with HILA, pollinator and bird-friendly Governor's garden, better design, lighting, and more.
  • June - our newest Muhly, modular planting, planting with Piet Oudolf, sedge blooms, sustainable practices, and more.
  • May - a new native favorite, PPA coming soon, designing in masses, rain gardens, creating spring interest, and more.
  • April - New Perennial Movement, Top 10 sustainable plants, plant wonder, burning grasses, student designs, and more.
  • March - perennial attention, students come to NC, Landscape Journal on cutting back, building resilience, and more.
  • February - students at work, Pancium 'Summer Sunrise', salt tolerant grasses, sedges build foundations, and more.
  • January - greenhouse greats, new selections, plants help rain gardens, pink grasses, sneak peek of PPA, and more.

2017 Newsletters

  • Holiday - a fresh perspective, the right time for sedges in American Nurseryman, revolutionary ideas for your garden, and more.
  • October - grasses for color and for shade, plants doing great work, GI and sustainable landscapes, and more.
  • September - Fall's finest, an Oudolf meadow, museum landscape wins ASLA design award, Atlanta's GI program, and more.
  • August - Our summer interns, promoting perennials, growing tips for sedges, news from green infrastructure, and more.
  • July- Carex comparison chart, hottest perennials in the landscape, grassland restoration, green infrastructure updates and more.
  • June - High Line network, dive into sedges with new catalog, planting design updates, green infrastructure preview and more.
  • May - Growing the grass market, Neas in GPN's 40 Under 40, our sedges series, grasslands, pollinators, and more.
  • April - Plants do that, planting with grasses, the why and how of green infrastructure, and upcoming events
  • March - Moving ahead with research, ASLA's top trends, going with green infrastructure, and the future of horticulture.
  • February - Growing pains in Charlotte, our new head grower, creating curb appeal with grasses, and more.
  • January - Grasses in the national spotlight, tips for propagation, IPPS, green infrastructure opportunities, and more.

2016 Newsletters

  • Holiday - Pittsburgh goes "Green First," the Zoo Crew, overwintering grasses, new markets, a workhorse sedge, and more.
  • October - Native grasses in Florida preserve, articles in Greenhouse Grower TECHNOLOGY and Greenhouse Mgmt, Piedmont prairie, and more.
  • September - The sedge that turns heads, Piet Oudolf at the Lurie Garden, prairie grasses, upcoming events & guacamole day.
  • August - Using plants to do the work, making meadows & prairies, Perennial Plant Symposium, a slice of Heaven & summer with Zack.
  • July - Cultivate'16 a big success, connecting with native plants, an Ever Colorful visit, and the perennial place to be.
  • June - Our new additions, our catalog is almost here, water symposium highlights green infrastructure & summer shows are coming!
  • May - The future of water in a green world, choosing and using grasses: Armitage on grasses & green infrastructure with benefits.
  • April - Making a meadow, planning for pollinators, more than stormwater & three green infrastructure stories.
  • March - Grasses on the A-list, connecting with students & and top trends for growers and our industry.
  • February - Three outstanding plants for containers, focus on native grasses, green infrastructure update & pro plant picks.
  • January - Winter shows, on the cover with Greenhouse Management, new Little Bluestem,grass tidbits & we're expanding our team.

2015 Newsletters

  • Holiday - Ideas to borrow, an abundance of sedges, digging deeper with roots & and upcoming events.
  • October - Green infrastructure in Greenhouse Grower, a prairie, planting in a post-wild world & native grasses for golf courses.
  • September - An emerging market, thinking short, natives for Midwestern gardens, grasses in our community & our newest Fescue.
  • August - Promoting the broader benefits of plants, a Piedmont prairie begins, grasses in the news & what's new at the nursery.
  • July - CBG green roof list, grasses for green infrastructure, pollinator hosts, Wind Dancer Love Grass & youth horticulture.
  • June - Preview new catalog, talks at Cultivate'15, sourcing plants for sustainable landscapes & understanding green infrastructure.
  • May - The rise of grasses and natives, Magan Agee named to GPN's 40 Under 40, Nursery Grower Business Coalition & the latest.
  • April - Growing grasses for a prairie, NCSU student project wins award, magical moor grass & grasses top sales and fit popular trends.
  • March - Green roofs at the CBGn, Saxon Holt on grasses, Student Career Days, the power of grasses & European adventures.
  • February - Green infrastructure in Philly, Armitage on grasses, PLANET Student Career Days & Sporobolus you may not know.
  • January - Winter burning and lawn alternatives, trade shows, internships, building landscapes to save water & more EverColor.

2014 Newsletters

  • Holiday - The Fabulous EverColor® Sedges, water recycling, news, saving our soils & a preview of winter shows.
  • November - The emerging green infrastructure market, bioswales in the Big Apple, xeric garden in Texas & cool season grasses.
  • October - New green infrastructure guides, following the water at HNI, a stock story, a new rush with pizzazz & grasses in the news.
  • September - Grasses get recognition in Europe, restored wetland, bioswales at our nursery & and our new sales director.
  • August - Special issue on water and green infrastructure. The way we manage water is changing, giving our industry opportunities. 
  • July - Pennsylvania Sedge, putting plants and kids together, tribute to Kurt Bluemel, low impact development & a new Big Bluestem.
  • June - Catalog preview, JCRA Gala in the Garden, grasses in the media, Pink Muhly & the newest Little Bluestem.
  • March - Students and the future, green infrastructure, the perennial plant of the year, cool season grasses & solution for dry shade.

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