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February 2021

On-Demand Education – Greenhouse Current Issues & Best Practices Series

February 19 - May 1
$99
American Nursery Stock Standard

Spring challenges abound for greenhouse growers - houses chock-full, weather delays, and tricky crops. But help is at hand with these three timely and terrific sessions from Cultivate’20 Virtual. Don't miss the opportunity to view these best practices in sanitation, minimizing risk, holding crops, and more.

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On-Demand Education – Pricing to Win Series

February 19 - May 1
$99
On-Demand Series - Pricing to win

Pricing products and determining profit margins continues to be a topic of much conversation throughout the green industry. In this series, our speakers will address eco-labeling, supply pricing dynamics, and consumer willingness-to-pay to better help you determine your business's pricing strategies. HRI has proudly supported some of the research presented, both directly and indirectly. 

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March 2021

2021 Trends Report and Q&A

March 3 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
$49

Katie Dubow; CEO, Garden Media Group It's been a while since the 2021 Trends Report was first unveiled at Cultivate'20 Virtual. We are excited to have Katie Dubow refresh our memories as she explains what will be driving consumers purchasing decisions this year. This webinar is available FREE to AmericanHort members and $49 for non-members. Not a member? Join today with a 4-month free trial membership.

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Seeing Red? Problems with and management options for redheaded flea beetles in nurseries

March 10 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
tHRIve Web Series

This presentation will briefly cover insect phenology for the mid-Atlantic and how it has provided some guidance with management in the southeast. There will also be discussion regarding larva and adult activity in relation to growing degree days and plant phenological indicators. Host plants fed on by the beetle will be discussed, and recent observations in the selection from different species and cultivars of Hydrangea. You will hear about feeding preference trials conducted in the field and laboratory between different…

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ADA Website Compliance – The Do’s & Don’ts

March 11 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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The do’s and don’ts of ensuring your website is ADA compliant. Did you know your website can be subject to ADA compliance and could be subject to a lawsuit if found to be out of compliance?   The Department of Justice (DOJ) published the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Standards for Accessible Design in September 2010. These standards state that all electronic and information technology must be accessible to people with disabilities. This makes your website subject to be compliant with Web…

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Boxwood Blight – A 15-Year Love-Hate Relationship

March 18 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
tHRIve Web Series

German researchers have been working on boxwood blight since it first appeared in Germany in the summer of 2004. Initial cultivar trials indicated that there were large differences in susceptibility. This resulted in a series of horticultural trials, on the one hand on the susceptibility of Buxus species and cultivars, and on the other hand on alternative woody plants as substitutes for boxwood. In parallel, many trials on the suitability of fungicides have been running since 2005, both in vitro…

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All About Containers

March 18 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

At the All About Containers webinar, we will welcome landscape architect Jack Barnwell, from Barnwell Landscape and Garden, LLC, for a fresh perspective on container design in 2021, new plant trends, and sourcing tips. After the presentation, attendees will participate in breakout discussions surrounding your biggest challenges when implementing container programs in your portfolio. This program will help you build your industry connections while learning and sharing container best practices. This is a place to share ideas and best practices…

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April 2021

Trends & Availability for Tropical & Foliage Plants

April 6 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Trends Availability

2021 promises to be a challenging year for sourcing tropical and foliage plants. With heightened consumer demand being drawn through both the retail and the interior plantscaping sectors of the green industry, it is important to know where the market is going and how to prepare for the future.   In this panel discussion, you will interact with seasoned growers and brokers of tropical and foliage material. The panel will talk about the struggles of keeping up with demand and what interiorscapers and retailers should be prepared for in…

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Plant Benefits or Features – Which Cue is More Effective?

April 15 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
tHRIve Web Series

Better understanding consumer behavior, preferences, and trends is a key HRI research priority. In 2020, Dr. Bridget Behe built upon her previous research that showed younger customers were more likely to purchase a branded plant – even when identical to a non-branded plant – and that consumers in general want more information on signs because they cannot ascertain plant attributes by looking at it. In this session, Dr. Behe will review new research findings from her study looking at which…

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June 2021

Knowing & Growing Boxwood

June 2 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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Grown for centuries, boxwood is not always well understood. Gardeners know of its reputation, but find it difficult to describe good growing practices. Professionals search for accurate and detailed information to make appropriate horticultural decisions. This introductory presentation hits the high points of box history, nomenclature, landscape use, physiology, pest & diseases, legend & lore, and in particular, horticulture.

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HR Peer Sharing Group Call – Fair Labor Standards Act in Agriculture

June 9 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
AmericanHort Human Resources Peer Sharing Group logo

The June AmericanHort Peer Sharing Group monthly call will take place on June 9th at 2 PM ET. All AmericanHort members are invited to join us on this call for a discussion on the Fair Labor Standards Act in Agriculture. Shawn Packer, Principal with JPH Law (formerly CJ Lake) will speak to the group on the ag exemptions, such as minimum wage provisions and overtime pay provisions. Come with any questions you have about employment standards, recordkeeping, or specifically about…

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July 2021

Hemp Conference at Cultivate’21!

July 9 @ 12:00 pm - July 10 @ 12:00 pm
AmericanHort Hemp Conference at Cultivate

AmericanHort is proud to present the AmericanHort Hemp Conference at Cultivate’21. This two-day conference, held prior to the opening of Cultivate’21, features educational programming, products, and services to help you become a better grower. Located in Battelle Hall at the Greater Columbus Convention Center, attendees will have convenient access to exhibitors and education sessions in one focused place.

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Cultivate’21 Columbus

July 10 @ 12:00 pm - July 13 @ 12:00 pm
Columbus Convention Center, 400 N High St
Columbus, Ohio 43215 United States
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AmericanHort presents Cultivate 2021

AmericanHort will host Cultivate’21—the premier event for the entire horticulture industry—at the Greater Columbus Convention Center July 10-13, 2021. The 92nd annual event will attract more than 10,000 industry professionals and visitors from all 50 states and over 30 countries.

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Cultivate’21 On Demand

July 14 @ 12:00 am - September 17 @ 11:59 pm
Cultivate'21 On Demand

Further your knowledge of industry best practices with the New! Cultivate’21 On-Demand Education Pass. More than 30 On-Demand education sessions available to view at your convenience from July 14 – September 17. Cultivate'21 On-Demand Education Pass Pricing Cultivate'21 All-Access Pass Holders - $99Non-Cultivate'21 Attendees- AmericanHort Members - $349- AmericanHort Non- Members - $649 View On-Demand Sessions for Cultivate'21 & Hemp Conference Who should get an On-Demand Education Pass? Anyone wanting to further their training and developmentCultivate’21 All-Access pass holders who want access to…

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Swap Shop for Garden Retailers

July 20 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Swap Shops are a unique, post-event opportunity to share with your peers what you found most interesting while attending. Whether it was information from an education session or a new plant variety, come share your thoughts on what got you most excited about and how it will help improve your own business. Join us for this garden retailer focused discussion about key take-aways and a-ha moments from Cultivate'21. Led by Retail Connectors

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Swap Shop for Growers

July 20 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Swap Shops are a unique, post-event opportunity to share with your peers what you found most interesting while attending. Whether it was information from an education session or a new plant variety, come share your thoughts on what got you most excited about and how it will help improve your own business practices. Join us for this grower focused discussion about key take-aways and a-ha moments from Cultivate'21. Led by a panel of Grower Connectors including Matt Foertmeyer, Amy Morris,…

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Box Tree Moth (BTM)

July 29 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
tHRIve Web Series

Box tree moth (Cydalima perspectalis) is considered a high-consequence defoliating pest of boxwood, with other possible hosts. Box tree moth (BTM) is a Eurasian native moth. The larvae are voracious defoliators of Buxus. The pest is established in western Europe, where it has been extremely damaging to boxwood in the landscape. Roughly two years ago, it was found in an urban Toronto neighborhood. In May 2021, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) confirmed the presence of box tree moth (Cydalima…

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August 2021

Visual Merchandising Trends of 2021

August 4 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Staying up-to-date on the latest trends is a great way to predict what customers may want in the future. During this session, visual merchandising expert and CEO of ZenGenius, Joe Baer, will review his latest market insights and research findings on the top Visual Merchandising trends in the retail industry. You will hear about the latest trends and top strategies in visual merchandising that will engage customers, stimulate the senses, and drive sales. Participants will also get a preview of…

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Women In Horticulture Interview Series: Olivia Morgan

August 18 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

AmericanHort welcomes Olivia Morgan, customer marketing manager for Syngenta Flowers as our August 2021 Women in Horticulture Interview Series guest. Olivia leads a 'small, but mighty' team of marketing communications specialists that create some of the most sought-after information in the greenhouse industry. Olivia’s horticulture career began when she attended a small community college in the Pacific Northwest where she worked a Horticulture program assistant aiding teachers with lab work and prepping plants and materials for classes and labs Click…

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Boxwood Breeding & Selection for Blight Resistance

August 25 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Boxwood Blight Insight Group logo

Boxwood (Buxus L. spp., Buxaceae) are popular woody landscape shrubs grown for their diverse forms and broad-leaved evergreen foliage, with an estimated $141 million economic impact in the U.S. alone. Boxwood plants grown in temperate zones worldwide are threatened by a blight disease caused by the ascomycete fungi Calonectria pseudonaviculata and C. henricotiae. While the disease can be mitigated somewhat through cultural practices and fungicides, the most sustainable long-term solution is the development of disease-resistant boxwood cultivars. This session delves…

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Advanced Visual Merchandising Programming & Strategy

August 25 @ 2:00 pm

This Mastery of Visual Merchandising Series kicks off Part 1 by focusing on the overall vision, goals, and purpose of in-store your merchandising experience for your customers. You will learn how to define a visual Merchandising program and strategy. We will discuss the psychology of visual merchandising, how to appeal to the human senses, and how to enhance the shopping experience. We will review how the visual merchandising program can drive sales and profits to help you meet your financial…

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September 2021

The Biophilic Design Mastery Series Part I – Connect: Biophilia & Biophilic Design Theory

September 1 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

This first session of the Biophilic Design Mastery Series focuses on the human-nature connection. Participants will gain an understanding for the cultural history and benefits of biophilia as well as review the theory and associated benefits of biophilic design. Come see biophilic design in action as we look at the major building typologies and how this design can benefit those environments. Walk away with an understanding of the key biophilic design principles and more than 70 associated patterns and attributes.…

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Connect: Biophilia & Biophilic Design Theory

September 1 @ 2:00 pm

This first session of the Biophilic Design Mastery Series focuses on the human-nature connection. Participants will gain an understanding for the cultural history and benefits of biophilia as well as review the theory and associated benefits of biophilic design. Come see biophilic design in action as we look at the major building typologies and how this design can benefit those environments. Walk away with an understanding of the key biophilic design principles and more than 70 associated patterns and attributes.

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Improving Pest Control in the Nursery & Greenhouse Through the Application Process

September 2 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Sponsored by Sometimes choosing from the large number of pest control options can be tricky and sometimes even disappointing. And even if you have the right chemistry for the job, mis-applications can lead to devastation. During this webinar, we will work though the steps to finding the right tool for your toolbox. After this program, you will be able to: Choose the right formulation/s for your operationMatch those formulations to the proper application equipmentCalibrate your equipmentIdentify potential impacts of mis-applicationsClean…

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Visual Merchandising Mastery Series Part I – Advanced Visual Merchandising, Programming & Strategy

September 8 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

This Mastery of Visual Merchandising Series kicks off Part 1 by focusing on the overall vision, goals, and purpose of in-store your merchandising experience for your customers. You will learn how to define a visual Merchandising program and strategy. We will discuss the psychology of visual merchandising, how to appeal to the human senses, and how to enhance the shopping experience. We will review how the visual merchandising program can drive sales and profits to help you meet your financial…

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The Biophilic Design Mastery Series Part II – Learn: Biophilic Design Science & Economics

September 14 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

$99 per session for AmericanHort members or $199 per session for non-members The second session of the Biophilic Design Mastery Series will review case study examples to showcase how the 6 major design elements and attributes can be expressed in project design. Participants gain an understanding of what science tells us about the value of biophilia and biophilic design through the sharing of leading research metrics related to the benefits for human health and well-being and will learn about available…

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Learn: Biophilic Design Science & Economics

September 14 @ 2:00 pm

The second session of the Biophilic Design Mastery Series will review case study examples to showcase how the 6 major design elements and attributes can be expressed in project design. Participants gain an understanding of what science tells us about the value of biophilia and biophilic design through the sharing of leading research metrics related to the benefits for human health and well-being and will learn about available tools and resources for engaging in biophilic design research.

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Visual Merchandising Mastery Series Part II – Re-Defining Your Visual Program, Strategy & Goals

September 15 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

This second session of the Mastery of Visual Merchandising Series focuses on your merchandising goals and strategies. In this session you will learn how to create a visual budget, leverage visual communication tools, and talk about techniques for training and developing your existing team to be more creative in your merchandising approach. This program focuses on the business of visual merchandising and how to build a creative visual team and support structure within your existing organization. Presented by Joe Baer,…

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Re-Defining Your Visual Program, Strategy, & Goals

September 15 @ 2:00 pm

This second session of the Mastery of Visual Merchandising Series focuses on your merchandising goals and strategies. In this session you will learn how to create a visual budget, leverage visual communication tools, and talk about techniques for training and developing your existing team to be more creative in your merchandising approach. This program focuses on the business of visual merchandising and how to build a creative visual team and support structure within your existing organization.

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Impact Washington – The Summit 2021

September 20 @ 8:00 am - September 22 @ 5:00 pm
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Impact Washington is a two-day advocacy summit where green industry business owners and leaders can take action in Washington, D.C. Providing a united front, this is an opportunity for the landscaper, plant grower, garden retailer, and entire green industry communities to personally and collectively advocate for decisions that help us continue the growth of our $348 billion industry. Over the course of two days, participants will hear from elected leaders, their staff, and other policy experts on issues of great…

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The Biophilic Design Mastery Series Part III – Practice: Biophilic Design Integration

September 28 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

The third session of the Biophilic Design Mastery Series will share the leading methods for integrating biophilic design and review the for major benefits of the integrative biophilic design process. Additional case studies will be reviewed to help learn a variety of ways to overcome barriers and increase collaboration, partnership and connection with project owners, decision makers and designers to better integrate biophilic design in your projects.  Presented by Sonja Bochart Wellbeing+Design $99 per session for AmericanHort members or $199 per session for…

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Practice: Biophilic Design Integration

September 28 @ 2:00 pm

The third session of the Biophilic Design Mastery Series will share the leading methods for integrating biophilic design and review the for major benefits of the integrative biophilic design process. Additional case studies will be reviewed to help learn a variety of ways to overcome barriers and increase collaboration, partnership and connection with project owners, decision makers and designers to better integrate biophilic design in your projects.

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Visual Merchandising Mastery Series Part III – Improving the Shopping Experience to Drive Sales

September 30 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Part 3 of our Mastery of Visual Merchandising Series tackles technology, and implementation techniques to bring your floor sets, windows or displays to life. In this session we will review sources and resources to bring your creative visions to life and create outstanding customer experiences that lead to sales growth. Presented by Joe Baer, CEO of ZenGenius. $99 per session for AmericanHort members or $199 per session for non-members

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Improving the Shopping Experience to Drive Sales

September 30 @ 2:00 pm

Part 3 of our Mastery of Visual Merchandising Series tackles technology, and implementation techniques to bring your floor sets, windows or displays to life. In this session we will review sources and resources to bring your creative visions to life and create outstanding customer experiences that lead to sales growth.

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October 2021

Finished Plant Conference

October 11 @ 8:00 am - October 13 @ 5:00 pm
AH Finished Plant conference

The AmericanHort Finished Plant Conference is the event to attend for finishing growers of bedding and potted flowering plants, indoor and outdoor perennials, and fast-turn flowering shrubs. With a grower-focused trade show and education for all expertise levels, you won’t want to miss out!

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October Women In Horticulture Interview

October 20 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

We are pleased to announce our October Women in Horticulture interview guests are sisters Micky Byland and Amy Morris of N.G. Heimos Greenhouses located in Millstadt, IL. Two of the nine siblings in the Heimos family, Micky and Amy have spent their professional careers in the green industry and are actively involved with industry organizations. Join us to learn about the keys to successfully working in a family business, and how these two sisters have grown their profession and become industry leaders. They will share advice for anyone seeking a rewarding career in horticulture.  

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E-Commerce Mastery Series Part I: E-Commerce Mastery Series: Zero to E-Commerce

October 28 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

The first workshop in the E-Commerce Mastery Series is designed to help you understand the various e-commerce platforms available to small and large businesses alike. If new to this business, you will learn what questions to ask as you evaluation e-commerce programs and if you’re already doing online sales, you’ll uncover ideas to optimize your operations. You will also learn how to hire both short- and long-term associates with the skills needed to support this business. You will be given…

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Zero to E-Commerce

October 28 @ 2:00 pm

The first workshop in the E-Commerce Mastery Series is designed to help you understand the various e-commerce platforms available to small and large businesses alike. If new to this business, you will learn what questions to ask as you evaluation e-commerce programs and if you’re already doing online sales, you’ll uncover ideas to optimize your operations. You will also learn how to hire both short- and long-term associates with the skills needed to support this business. You will be given…

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November 2021

E-Commerce Mastery Series Part II: Streamlining Your Ecommerce Order Fulfillment

November 3 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Katie Elzer-Peters

Presented by Katie Elzer-Peters, The Garden of Words The second workshop in the E-Commerce Mastery Series focuses on order fulfillment. While many garden centers started e-commerce and curbside pickup because of the global pandemic, this new shopping trend is here to stay. In this collaborative class, you’ll hear from independent garden center owners and wholesalers who have successfully streamlined product pickup and online order/delivery programs (without blowing the budget). You’ll also identify the key components of a successful online shopping…

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Curbside Pickup Powerup

November 3 @ 2:00 pm

The second workshop in the E-Commerce Mastery Series focuses on curbside pickup. While many garden centers started curbside pickup because of the global pandemic, this new shopping trend is here to stay. In this collaborative workshop, you’ll hear from independent garden center owners who have successfully implemented streamlined curbside pickup and online order/delivery programs without blowing the budget. You’ll identify the key components of a successful curbside pickup programs and have a chance to start planning for or optimizing your…

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Grower Insider Series: Top Performers from Perennial Variety Plant Trials

November 4 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Presented by Paul Westervelt The Grower Insider Series is a three-part program that provides an in-depth review of the performance of new annuals, vegetables, herbs, and perennial plant varieties at recent grower trials. Paul Westervelt, Chief of Container Operations for Saunders Brothers Nursery, a wholesale nursery operation with more than 100 acres of container production, 150 acres of field production and 160-acres of orchard located in Piney River, VA brings his renowned enthusiasm for perennials with highlights from the Saunders…

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Grower Insider Series: Top Performers from Annual Variety Plant Trials

November 9 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Mark Yelanich

Presented by Mark Yelanich The Grower Insider Series is a three-part program that provides an in-depth review of the performance of new annuals, vegetables, herbs, and perennial plant varieties at recent grower trials. Metrolina Greenhouses ships plants to stores in both northern and southern regions of the U.S. from their headquarters in Huntersville, NC. It's essential that their annual trials test plant performance for varieties that will thrive throughout their entire distribution area. Join Metrolina Director of Research, Dr. Mark…

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E-Commerce Mastery Series: E-Commerce Mastery Series: Marketing Quick Start

November 10 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Katie Elzer-Peters

The final workshop in the E-Commerce Mastery Series focuses on how to gain a quick start to your E-Commerce business. After this workshop, participants will be ready to start marketing their ecommerce solutions with clear, compelling language and visual communications that will excite their customers about product offerings and shopping processes. Hear real-word examples and work with fellow green-industry business owners to develop your plan of attack. We’ll cover website language to close the sale, how to use social media…

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Marketing Quick Start

November 10 @ 2:00 pm

The final workshop in the E-Commerce Mastery Series focuses on how to gain a quick start to your E-Commerce business. After this workshop, participants will be ready to start marketing their ecommerce solutions with clear, compelling language and visual communications that will excite their customers about product offerings and shopping processes. Hear real-word examples and work with fellow green-industry business owners to develop your plan of attack. We’ll cover website language to close the sale, how to use social media…

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Grower Insider Series: The All-America Selections Trials – What’s New?

November 16 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Diane Blazek

Presented by Diane Blazek The Grower Insider Series is a three-part program that provides an in-depth review of the performance of new annuals, vegetables, herbs, and perennial plant varieties at recent grower trials. This is NOT "Your grandfather's Oldsmobile" when it comes to the non-profit organization, All-America Selections. The Board of Directors and staff are continually adding new elements to the AAS Trials, working with new breeding companies, adding trial sites and much more. Join Executive Director Diane Blazek to…

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Tax Guidance Webinar

November 17 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Congress has recently been eyeing changes to estate taxes to pay for priority issues. Looking to put your business and assets in a more favorable position? Do you foresee a generational transfer in the near future? Join experts from K·Coe Isom, the nation’s leading food and agriculture consulting and tax accounting firm, to discuss what you need to know about estate planning and estate taxes heading into 2022. Experts from K·Coe Isom- Kala Jenkins | Manager- Beth Swanson | Manager-…

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December 2021

Invasion, impact & management of box tree moth in Europe

December 2 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

The box tree moth, Cydalima perspectalis, is a pest of boxwood (Buxus spp.) originating from East Asia. Since 2007, it has invaded Europe and the Caucasus, causing severe damage to planted and wild Buxus species, in particular the European boxwood Buxus sempervirens. In 2018, it was found in Toronto. In Europe, boxwood is quickly disappearing from private gardens, parks and forests, causing serious concern for the ecological survival of the tree species. In this presentation, the speaker will share the…

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Vaccines, Plants and Dollars: The Year in Review

December 3 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Online, 2130 Stella Court
Columbus, 43215
Dr. Charlie Hall

In this webinar, Dr. Charlie Hall, AmericanHort chief economist, will discuss how the year 2021 turned out for growers in the green industry supply chain, the current economic conditions, the status of the lingering effects of COVID-19, and the outlook for spring 2022. He will also incorporate a discussion of the structural changes already brought about by the pandemic and the business responses and key success factors that will influence success in the future green and horticulture industry marketplace. You…

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Impact Washington Summit

Impact Washington is a two-day advocacy summit where green industry business owners and leaders can take action in Washington, D.C. Providing a united front, this is an opportunity for the landscaper, plant grower, garden retailer, and entire green industry communities to personally and collectively advocate for decisions that help us continue the growth of our $348 billion industry.

Over the course of two days, participants will hear from elected leaders, their staff, and other policy experts on issues of great impact on green industry business success. Our attendees will share their experiences directly with policy makers, providing real-world context and influence on the decisions being made.

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The Landscape Operation Tour provided that behind the scenes visit world-class operations in this industry segment. Join the tour to connect with other industry innovators and leaders like yourself to network, discuss your operations, swap ideas, and so much more.