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Rolling Stones keyboardist grows rock-inspired orchidWhat do rock stars do when they are not on tour? They grow plants, of course.And so it is with the Rolling Stones’ longtime keyboardist Chuck Leavell, who has been with the band for 35 years. Not only does he maintain an award-winning sustainable 2,500 acre tree farm in Georgia with his artist wife, Rose.....
by Josh Henry and Brian E. Whipker
Lower leaf necrotic spotting in St. John’s WortLow substrate pH can lead to symptom development on the lower leaves of sensitive species. On St. John’s Wort, these symptoms included a dark necrotic spotting, marginal bronzing, and tip necrosis in advanced cases.by Josh Henry (graduate student in floriculture) and Brian E. Whipker (Professor of.....
US: Stinky orchid shuts down Smithsonian greenhouseA specimen of Bulbophyllum phalaenopsis was donated to the Smithsonian Gardens last July. Charmed by its pendant glossy leaves and their resemblance to a beaver’s tail, donors Lynn Cook and Troy Ray of Penn Valley, Pennsylvania, dubbed it ‘Bucky;’ a name that lives on among Smithsonian horticulturalists now.....
PanAmerican Seed to double ornamental pot plant offerEx-Plant has more than 20 years of experience in the innovative breeding of Capsicum, Solanum and Exacum. The Danish company Ex-Plant was acquired by PanAmerican Seed in January and now they can reveal the product line-up – providing customers with a taste of the future for the pot plants sector.Pot Plants.....
NL: Tree nursery Bremmer in the spotlight‘Bremmer boomkwekerijen’ is grower of the month April. The nursery is a real family business whose roots go back to Hazerswoude in the year 1929. Founder Cor Bremmer began that year with growing roses. In the 60s, his son Paul started his own company in Waddinxveen. His brothers Piet and Jaap also bought.....
Elstgeest Potplanten, Cool Clover
Trifolium to conquer the European marketHundreds of thousands are sold in Scandinavia, but not so in the Netherlands. That is, until recently, because last year Dutch grower Elstgeest Potplanten started producing Trifolium; clovers, in other words. The green variety is well-known, but the interesting thing is that it's also available in red,.....
Germany: Promenaea Sunlight season kicked off at KlusmannSpring is coming and yellow colored orchids are becoming more popular for consumers. Promenaea ‘Sunlight’ is offering good value for indoor and outdoor table decorations with its compact habitus and numerous flowers. Promenaea ‘Sunlight’ can be placed outside at a well shaded place at temperatures above.....
Aeschynanthus grower Jakob Christensen, Fashion Flowers