Tree Frog Nursery got its start 25 years ago when the Lord family planted a few rows of ornamentals in their Silverton, Ore., backyard.
In 1948, Al and Ann Bigej opened Al’s Fruit Stand — an old chicken coop fashioned into a produce booth — along Highway 99. They sold a dozen ears of corn for 3 cents.
Imagine 64 football fields of thriving orchids — millions creating a colorful kaleidoscope.
Teton Trees, a flourishing 300-acre wholesale nursery near Rupert in southeastern Idaho, traces its roots to a couple of what-if and why-not questions.
Dylan Bruck slid onto the seat of his ATV. His border collie, Zoey, leapt in after him and crawled between his legs. Bruck straightened his baseball cap and squinted at his orchards of hazelnu…
COBURG, Ore. — Johnson Brothers Nursery has become a tradition and destination for gardeners. To keep it unique, second-generation owner Caleb Johnson has curated an experience that is visual,…
When Kathy LeCompte plunged into the nursery business, she knew she was entering a male-dominated industry with big up-front costs. But LeCompte was determined to grow and sell plants.