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Nexus Intern of the Year 2017 Gray Simpson joins Peace Tree Farm

Nexus Intern of the Year 2017 Gray Simpson joins Peace Tree Farm

  |  Published: February 9, 2018

University of Georgia graduate and 2017 Nexus Intern of the year, Gray Simpson, joins Peace Tree Farm as Assitant Grower. 


On Plastics at Peace Tree Farm

On Plastics at Peace Tree Farm

  |  Published: November 3, 2017

Everywhere you look, it seems like the horticultural industry is covered with....PLASTIC! Take a deeper look into what goes into our choice of materials and learn about our committment to recycling. 


The Future of Horticulture Through Precision Technology

The Future of Horticulture Through Precision Technology

Author: Lloyd Traven   |  Published: July 20, 2016


How to Capture Your Share of the Edibles Market

How to Capture Your Share of the Edibles Market

by Janeen Wright, Greenhouse Grower Magazine

  |  Published: July 16, 2016

The One Earth Edibles herb and vegetable line appeals to consumers because of it is 100% organic. Its tag line "Good for the Plant, Naturally Good for You" also resonates well.


Get the Party Started

Get the Party Started

by Ellen Wells, Green Profit Magazine

  |  Published: March 18, 2016


Why Are Retail-Ready Edibles are All the Rage?

Why Are Retail-Ready Edibles are All the Rage?

by Courtney Coon

  |  Published: January 12, 2016


Growing in Style

Growing in Style

Favorite Garden Geek Plants from 2015

Author: Stephanie   |  Published: January 6, 2016

Stephanie shares Peace Tree Farm's five favorite Garden Geek plants from the 2015 season. Did your favorite make the cut?


Growing in Style

Growing in Style

Favorite Garden Geek Plants from 2015

Author: Stephanie   |  Published: January 6, 2016

Stephanie shares Peace Tree Farm's five favorite Garden Geek plants from the 2015 season. Did your favorite make the cut?


Plant Power Couples

Plant Power Couples

by Cassie Neiden

  |  Published: January 6, 2016

Get to know three husband-and-wife greenhouse teams who have found success through the lessons they’ve learned — together.


Catching Up with the Class of 2015

Catching Up with the Class of 2015

by Chris Mosby

  |  Published: January 6, 2016

Our Generation Next members are ready to share 2015’s successes and 2016’s goals and expectations.


Happy New Year from Peace Tree Farm

Happy New Year from Peace Tree Farm

Author: Candy Traven   |  Published: December 31, 2015

​New Year Wishes from Candy


A Holiday Message from Peace Tree

A Holiday Message from Peace Tree

Author: Lloyd Traven   |  Published: December 24, 2015

 Lloyd's musings on the Holidays.  


Perfecting the Tag

Perfecting the Tag

by Chris Mosby and Cassie Neiden

  |  Published: December 2, 2015

Design the right tag for your customers with these tips.


Fear & Loathing in the Garden

Fear & Loathing in the Garden

Generation Y's Reluctance to Garden and Our Fear of Failure

Author: Stephanie   |  Published: October 7, 2015


"But What Does it DO?!"

by Ellen Wells, Ball Publishing

  |  Published: October 1, 2015

Differentiate or die. Peace Tree Farm’s Lloyd Traven has been using that phrase as a wake-up call for the horticulture industry for the last 15 years. But he’s finally changing his tune. If you caught Lloyd at any of a number of speaking engagements this year you’ll know he thinks “differentiate or die” just isn’t enough anymore. “When consumers are looking at your benches or your website, they are asking themselves, ‘How does it make me feel? What does it do for me?” Lloyd says.


Begonia Basics

Begonia Basics

Helpful tips for successfully growing Begonias

Author: Lloyd Traven   |  Published: September 1, 2015

Begonias range in size from 2 inches in height to giants which may grow 12 feet in height. Growing these plants is not difficult, provded one observes their basil requirements.


Begonia Basics

Begonia Basics

Helpful tips for successfully growing Begonias

Author: Lloyd Traven   |  Published: September 1, 2015

Begonias range in size from 2 inches in height to giants which may grow 12 feet in height. Growing these plants is not difficult, provded one observes their basil requirements.


Top 10 Herbs

Top 10 Herbs

Candy's favority herbs for any garden.

Author: Candy Traven   |  Published: November 1, 2005

There are hundreds of herb varieties, but there is not that much space in your garden center, so we'll focus on the top 10 must-haves. Herbs such as catnip, chamomile, dill, hyssop and rue, to name a few, should all be part of an herb collection, but you don't need to have as many of them.


Top 10 Herbs

Top 10 Herbs

Candy's favority herbs for any garden.

Author: Candy Traven   |  Published: November 1, 2005

There are hundreds of herb varieties, but there is not that much space in your garden center, so we'll focus on the top 10 must-haves. Herbs such as catnip, chamomile, dill, hyssop and rue, to name a few, should all be part of an herb collection, but you don't need to have as many of them.


A Love Affair with Herbs

A Love Affair with Herbs

Author: Candy Traven   |  Published: November 1, 2005

The ever-expanding herb market provides opportunities for garden centers to stand out. Find out how you can make a name for yourself with herbs.


A Love Affair with Herbs

A Love Affair with Herbs

Author: Candy Traven   |  Published: November 1, 2005

The ever-expanding herb market provides opportunities for garden centers to stand out. Find out how you can make a name for yourself with herbs.