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Landscapers feel pinch from rising fuel costs

June 2, 2011 |

Landscapers feel pinch of rising fuel costs Stephanie Paulino Rising fuel costs are causing area landscapers to alter the way they do business to remain competitive and profitable in a tough economy. ...

Farms, nurseries at North Branford field day have common goal: Green

July 16, 2014

NHR-L-0716 CNLA 1-ml Hannah Sadosky of Monrovia, a nursery in Granby, tries her hand at the “identify the plant” contest at Wednesday’s Connecticut Nursery and Landscape Association Summer Field Day. ...

Photos of the CNLA 2014 Summer Field Day at Van Wilgen's, North Branford

July 16, 2014

New Haven Register) July 16, 2014 North Branford The Connecticut Nursery and Landscape Association's (CNLA) 2014 Summer Field Day was held at Van Wilgen's Garden Center. ... New Haven Register) July 16, 2014 ...

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July 16, 2014

New Haven Register) July 16, 2014 North Branford The Connecticut Nursery and Landscape Association's (CNLA) 2014 Summer Field Day was held at Van Wilgen's Garden Center. ... New Haven Register) July 16, 2014 ...

Governor's Hartford Residence opening for holiday tours

November 27, 2016 |

Malloy and First Lady Cathy Malloy are inviting Connecticut residents to attend the annual holiday open house at the Governor's Residence at 990 Prospect Avenue in Hartford. ... The donations come from the ...

Connecticut farmers want to grow hemp

December 20, 2018 |

"Diversification is going to save Connecticut agriculture," said Kevin Sullivan, a Suffield farmer and past president of the Connecticut Nursery and Landscape Association. ... The Connecticut legislature would ...

State's Invasive Plants Council releases annual report

March 5, 2012 |

Highlighting an ambitious effort by the green industry (led by the Connecticut Nursery and Landscape Association) to phase out 25 of the most high seed producing varieties of Japanese barberry by 2013. ... Its ...

State's Invasive Plants Council releases annual report

March 5, 2012 |

Highlighting an ambitious effort by the green industry (led by the Connecticut Nursery and Landscape Association) to phase out 25 of the most high seed producing varieties of Japanese barberry by 2013. ... Its ...

Invasive plants council releases annual report

February 15, 2013 |

This report highlights actions undertaken in Connecticut to address problems caused by terrestrial and aquatic invasive plants.  ... Activities and actions highlighted in the report include: Continued ...

Connecticut nurseries phasing out some invasive plants

September 6, 2010

(AP) -- A group representing Connecticut's nursery and landscape companies says the businesses are phasing out some types of a certain plant because of its invasive potential. The Connecticut Nursery and ...

Danbury area business briefs

May 31, 2013

Ridgefield landscaper elected president of association Mary Ellen Pirozzoli, owner of Verdesign landscape design company, was recently elected president of the Association of Professional Landscape Designers, ...

Green careers to be explored at tree festival

May 7, 2013

Dalton works out of the New Rochelle, N.Y. office of Almstead Tree and Shrub Care and teaches ecological courses at Naugatuck Valley Community College in Waterbury, the New York Botanical Garden and the ...

Frigid temps a blessing and a curse for nurseries

March 22, 2015 |

"We are probably about a week behind at this point, but when the customers are ready, we have to be ready," said Darryl Newman, president of the Connecticut Nursery and Landscape Association. ... That can be ...

Connecticut experts gather data on worrisome 'running' bamboo

July 1, 2012 |

There are up to 200 invasions in Connecticut, she said. ... The industry group, Connecticut Nursery and Landscape Association in Monroe, recently started compiling a list of companies that might want to ...

Nurserymen change association name

March 24, 2000

s Association has changed its name to the Connecticut Nursery and Landscape Association. ... Association President James Costello, of Prides Corner Farms in Lebanon, said the new name better describes the work ...

'Green' homes take on added meaning

August 22, 2013

The concept of living walls and roofs is still fairly new, though interest in environmentally conscious gardening is growing, said Bob Heffernan, executive director of the Connecticut Nursery and Landscape Association.

World Trade Center 'Survivor Tree' nurtures life

September 13, 2013 |

In the 12 years after terrorist attacks brought down the World Trade Center, in which 161 people with ties to Connecticut died, the Stamford-based Bartlett Tree Experts has become responsible for the care of the ...

Colleen Plimpton: New and notable plants for 2012

December 22, 2011

The Perennial Plant Association (www.perennialplant.org) has chosen Brunnera "Jack Frost" as its fair-haired child for 2012. ... Though not big on orange this year, the Connecticut Nursery and Landscape ...

Frigid temps a blessing and a curse for nurseries

March 22, 2015 |

"We are probably about a week behind at this point, but when the customers are ready, we have to be ready," said Darryl Newman, president of the Connecticut Nursery and Landscape Association. ... "That presents ...

Frigid temps a blessing and a curse for nurseries

March 22, 2015 |

"We are probably about a week behind at this point, but when the customers are ready, we have to be ready," said Darryl Newman, president of the Connecticut Nursery and Landscape Association. ... "That presents ...

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