Upcoming Horticultural Events

Build your knowledge and business networks by attending one of the many horticultural events AmericanHort hosts each year. 

    Wed 22
    March 22 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST

    AmericanHort Quarterly Advocacy Brief – An AmericanHort Premium Member Benefit

    Want in-depth information on what’s happening in Washington DC right now? Get your questions answered on advocacy and research matters that impact green industry. This quarter, we will discuss workforce regulatory updates, Farm Bill priorities, tax and estate planning, horticultural research and more. Register Here This webinar is an AmericanHort premium member benefit. Please login to your account to register.Not a premium member? Click here to learn why is pays to go premium! Read More

    Tue 4
    April 4 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm EST

    Diagnosing Plant Problems

    We are all familiar with the saying, “a picture is worth a thousand words,” and pictures are one of the most valuable pieces of information when working to diagnose plant problems. But what type of photos should you be taking and what other information should you be collecting when identifying a new threat? Having this collection of photos and information before reaching out for consultation is important in helping to diagnose an issue correctly and efficiently. In turn, this process will cu... Read More

    Thu 6
    April 6 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm EST

    The Basics of Box Tree Moth

    Boxwood producers and boxwood plantings are facing a new threat—the invasion of the box tree moth (BTM-Cydalima perspectalis), an invasive insect from East Asia. With total annual value of U.S. sales at an estimated $141 Million, boxwood is an important revenue source for plant producers. Boxwood plantings are among the oldest plantings in the United States, with living plants dating back to the 1700s. The triple threat of box tree moth on revenue for boxwood producers, on the viability of his... Read More

    Thu 6
    April 6 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm EST

    Gearing Up For Spring: Retail

    Training season for new and returning garden center employees is here! With the busiest season of the year quickly approaching, start the season off strong with training on the must-have best practices for successful retail team members Customer education, visual merchandising, and how to meet customer expectations are few of the common training needs for retail teams. Let us help you gear up for spring with a Back2Basics course on retail best practices for your team. Who should attend? New reta... Read More

    Thu 13
    April 13 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST

    Effective Negotiation Styles for Women – Finding Your Negotiations Voice

    Presented by Dr. Deborah Streeter, Professor Emeritus and Faculty Director, The Bank of America Institute for Women’s Entrepreneurship at Cornell University, SC Johnson College of Business Research studies show that women, even high-ranking women in leadership roles, are not achieving comparable results compared to men when it comes to negotiations. Women often feel they must adapt their negotiation style, which can sometimes feel inauthentic. This program will help partici... Read More