American Nurseryman Magazine - Horticulture Magazine and Horticulture Books - January 2014


  • Some Like It Dark
    Despite the reputation of conifers as sun-loving plants, there are selections that do well in shaded areas of the landscape, as well.
    By Susan Martin and Chris Carley
  • A Simply Elegant Solution
    Transporting trees-without wear and tear-has long been a tricky endeavor. That is, until now: The Tree Hugger is ready to deliver precious, live cargo intact, giving you a simple and effective way to sell more trees.
    By Sally Benson
  • Profile: From Roots to Fruits
    Specializing in hard-to-find veggies and local ornamentals, this family-owned nursery in the mountains of North Carolina proves that good things do come in small packages.
    By Randy Collins
  • Keeping an Eye on Root Development
    A novel way to check out root growth-without disturbing the root system-shows promise for improving propagation success.
    By Lesley A. Judd, Brian E. Jackson and William C. Fonteno