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Saturday, March 25, 2017 Vol. 80 No. 11


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Billy Foard Passes | Jennifer Polanz
Our condolences go out to the family and friends of Billy Foard, the founder and owner of Valley View Farms in Cockeysville, Maryland, who passed away Wednesday, January 25, at the age of 78.

Growing Food With Your Flowers | Jennifer Polanz
Now consumers have a guide to go along with their desire to grow food and flowers.

GrowIt! Gets Behind IGCs | Ellen C. Wells
Thanks to a growing amount of user data and listening to the needs of the GrowIt! community—they’ve grown the app to better support that community by linking the community to the local source: independent garden centers.

Looking for a Solution to Boxwood Blight | Jennifer Polanz
With the presence of Boxwood Blight (BB) now in Northeast Illinois, the number of states BB has been detected in comes to at least 22, in both nursery and landscape settings.

Making Bloomin’ Easy Even Easier | Jennifer Polanz
Founded by Van Belle Nursery, Inc., the Bloomin’ Easy brand of young plants now has a new website: bloomineasyplants.com.

Martin Viette Closing (For Now?) | Jennifer Polanz
After 87 years in business, Martin Viette Nurseries in East Norwich, New York, closed its doors in December, according to an article on the Newsday website.

Winter Trade Show Outlook: Positive | Jennifer Polanz
Attendance was up at many of this year’s winter trade shows and orders were being written (which is a better way to get a read on the upcoming spring).




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