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Meet New Board Member Courtenay Koontz

Courtenay Koontz is general manager at Trees of Corrales (TOC) in Corrales, New Mexico. His parents founded the nursery in 1976 and grew field...

CDA Bugged by Japanese Beetle and Spotted Lanternfly This Summer

Colorado Department of Agriculture (CDA) Seed and Nursery programs had a busy summer with some new developments. Not only do I want you to...

Member Profile – Meadowlark Ornamentals

Meadowlark OrnamentalAult, CO970.342.6457 How did Meadowlark Ornamentals get started? My husband, Derek, and I started Meadowlark in 2020 with an empty field and a dream. We...

Shelf Pretty vs. Landscape Strong

Providing a sustainable product It’s no secret that growing plants in Colorado is not an easy feat! Our soil, wind, and variable temperatures make this...

Plant Supply was Drying Up 10 Years Before Pandemic

Five Nursery Pros Share the Backstory Republished with permission from Colorado Green. Originally published by the Associated Landscape Contractors of Colorado, VOL 38, NO 4,...

Member Profile – O’Toole’s Garden Centers

O’Toole’s Garden Centers1404 Quail StreetLakewood, CO 80215303.232.6868http://www.otoolesgardencenters.com Interview with Kerry Young, General Manager; Patrick O’Toole, Head of Marketing and Logistics; and Adele O’Toole, Owner What is...

Member Profile – Jericho Nursery

Jericho Nursery101 Alameda Blvd NWAlbuquerque, NM 87114505-205-5446http://www.jerichonursery.com Interview with Rick Hobson and Jennifer Timms-Hobson, Owners What’s the history of Jericho Nursery? (Rick) For 25 years I worked...

How to Prepare for the Christmas Tree Shortage

Relationships. Relationships. Relationships are the key to ensuring a more consistent supply of the trees that you need to meet customer demand. This is...

Managing Catastrophic Losses – An Insurance Perspective

Colorado has experienced many weather-related catastrophic losses in the past and will see more in the future. Hail, wind and wildfire top the list....

Woodburn Nursery and Azaleas, Inc.: A Strong Commitment to High-Quality Plants

How did the company get started? Starting out by raising mink and growing cane berries and filberts, Bob and Jean Fessler founded Woodburn in 1961....
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