Aug 24, 2023
When it comes to developing and nurturing the spark of interest in plants and agriculture in today’s youth, Liz Driscoll has her methods down to a science.
Jul 7, 2023
The director of JC Raulston Arboretum is North Carolina’s Indiana Jones of plants. He travels to some of the world’s most remote locations, braving treacherous landscapes and dangerous beasts in search of rare species to bring back to his shrine of flora.
Jun 30, 2023
Greenhouse Management Magazine takes a "peak behind the curtain" into the Cognitive Behavioral Lab's research into what plant benefits influence consumer purchases.
Jun 28, 2023
Brianna Haynes is a Horticultural Science graduate student at PHHI. Haynes works cooperatively with research advisors Penelope Perkins-Veazie and Gina Fernandez. Her research involves a large-scale comparative study of North Carolina strawberry genotypes.
Jun 20, 2023
The online Undergraduate Certificate in Horticultural Science gives students the flexibility to study from home while improving home gardening, landscaping skills and well-being.
May 26, 2023
Department of Horticultural Science graduate students Jack Bobo and Patrick Veazie were recently been recognized by the American Floral Endowment for their accomplishments and contributions to the industry.
May 16, 2023
Sustainability addresses the demands of people, the planet and prosperity, but how that plays out for floriculture and annual bedding plants supply chain may be tricky to define.
May 5, 2023
Researchers are examining how growers can control weeds and soilborne pathogens through steam and alternative chemicals.
Austin Wrenn is growing his family farm in Zebulon, North Carolina, through innovative solutions and active strawberry production research.
Apr 24, 2023
For the first time in four years, the HortPack student competition team traveled to participate in the 2023 National Collegiate Landscape