Research at Vineland Research and Innovation Centre sheds light on changing attitudes about gardening. Grocery chain Longo Brothers Fruit Markets Inc. is partnering with Vineland to identify ethnic flowers and flower qualities typical among South and East Asian cultures.
Alexandra Grygorczyk of Vineland wrote an article about this in the Landscape Trades magazine, which can be read here.
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