November 2011Previous Issues
From The Publisher
Expo continues to provide high value
A renewed energy greeted horticulture and floriculture professionals visiting Canada’s premier garden and floral trade show, Expo 2011.
Garden centre and grower winners announced at Expo 2011
Awards of Excellence winners in the Garden Centre and Grower categories announced at Expo 2011.
City and London Chapter join to create living memorial to Canada's war veterans
A highway in London has become a living memorial to Canada's war veterans.
Toronto Chapter plans to Green Streets
Green Streets! will feature small gardens with head-turning results.
Invasive Plant Council expects regulations
There are over 400 species of plants considered invasive in Ontario.
Pathways to Perennials raises $3,000 for cancer unit
LO member hosts annual Art and Jazz Charity Garden Party to raise funds for the Southlake Regional Cancer Unit.
Upper Canada Chapter beautifies residence
Work creates a long-term relationship between community members and the horticulture industry.
The van Wissens mark 50th anniversary
Hendrika and John van Wissen celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Oct. 7.
Pallets targeted in November blitz
Workplaces with pallet racking are potential target for inspectors during a month-long blitz which began Nov. 1.
Stanley shakes up retailers at greenhouse conference
Canadian Greenhouse Conference moves to new Scotiabank Convention Centre in Niagara Falls this year.
German visitors tour Ontario nurseries
Group of 26 nursery people from Germany travelled throughout Ontario and B.C.
OMAFRA Nursery Report
Smart About Salt
Systems For Success
Safety And Training