Craig Edminster started Pacific NW Natives in 1996.
Nurseries make a strong comeback from the years-long recession.
During high school in Minnesota, Dain Sansome started growing his first plants that he bought mail-o
Ben Verhoeven, the nursery’s president and general manager, is passionate about social issues
The recession hit the nursery industry particularly hard since it is closely tied to the housing and construction industries.
Registration for the massive nursery show has grown 6 to 10 percent during each of the past two years.
A teacher builds a business by following his love of tropical trees.
It started when his father brought home 30 different dahlias, and young Dan Pearson promptly memorized the names.
Treco is known for its apple rootstock, but has also started to grow hazelnut rootstock, as well as some pear rootstock.
Answering questions and offering advice are among the services Sloat Gardens offers its San Francisco customers.
Deciduous tree expert Dave Luker sells thousands of oaks for landscaping, wild turkey habitat.
This unique farm specializes in growing native plants of the Intermountain Northwest including perennial wildflowers, wetland and upland grasses, conifers, trees and shrubs.
Henry and Hildegarde DeGoede started the farm in 1951.
The sprawling operation began in 1909.