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Year of the Garden at A.M.A.
Year of the Garden at A.M.A.

The Canadian Garden Council is celebrating 2022 as the Year of the Garden, and A.M.A. is proud to take part in this initiative to promote horticulture and encourage Canadians to learn, grow and experiment with their own gardens. After experiencing Floriade in the Netherlands this year, we’ve seen how horticulture can capture the public’s imagination and inspire people......

Mold in peat? What you need to know
Mold in peat? What you need to know

BVB Substrates shares common types of mold, what they look like, and tips about what to do if you find it in your growing media. ...

A.M.A. at Canadian Greenhouse Conference 2022
A.M.A. at Canadian Greenhouse Conference 2022

Are you ready to grow “Onward”? We are looking forward to this year’s Canadian Greenhouse Conference – our first CGC back in person after two years! This year’s conference theme, “Onward”, resonates with us as we come out of the pandemic, reconnect in person, and celebrate A.M.A.’s 40th anniversary, looking ahead to the next 40......

Top Takeaways from Tour of Dutch Horticulture
Top Takeaways from Tour of Dutch Horticulture

This summer, the A.M.A. Horticulture team visited the Netherlands to catch up with suppliers and partners, gain inspiration and broaden our knowledge about what’s happening in the horticulture industry beyond North America. A reflection of our 40th anniversary commitment of Always Learning, Always Growing, the week-long team trip was a knowledge-packed whirlwind of flower trials,......

NASGA’s Summer Tour is coming to Ontario!
NASGA’s Summer Tour is coming to Ontario!

You know what they say: Good things grow in Ontario! The North American Strawberry Growers Association (NASGA) summer tour is coming to Ontario for the first time ever this August 16th and 17th, and we couldn’t be more excited! A.M.A. Horticulture has been a leader in North America’s berry growing industry for years and we......

Join us for Coffee & Conversation at Cultivate ’22
Join us for Coffee & Conversation at Cultivate ’22

We’re excited to finally return (in person!) to Cultivate 2022, running July 16th-19th in Columbus, Ohio. And this year, we’re inviting you to join us in our booth (#2803) for some coffee and conversation. A.M.A. is committed to Always Learning, Always Growing. That’s why we’re hosting a series of informal #AlwaysLearnAndGrow talks on key topics......

A.M.A. sponsoring #BrainTumourWalk for third year in a row
A.M.A. sponsoring #BrainTumourWalk for third year in a row

A.M.A. Horticulture is proud to sponsor the annual Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada #BrainTumourWalk for the third year in a row, as part of our partnership through Al’s Flower Pouch. Al’s Flower Pouch is a vertical hanging planter, and A.M.A. has printed more than 1,300,000 of them with Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada’s logo and......

A.M.A. heads to the Netherlands!
A.M.A. heads to the Netherlands!

Our entire sales team is taking a trip to the Netherlands for a week of learning, connecting and collaboration. We're attending GreenTech and Floriade, seeing flower trials and connecting with our amazing suppliers....

Solution Spotlight: Succulent Planters
Solution Spotlight: Succulent Planters

Succulents continue to be a plant-parent favourite. And we have the perfect containers to house these cute little houseplants. Available in 8″ and 3″ sizes, our succulent planters from HC Companies are in stock for a limited time only. Featuring a stylish faux concrete and copper design, and constructed from lightweight plastic. These planters work......

What’s driving Canada’s berry boom?
What’s driving Canada’s berry boom?

In case you haven’t noticed, things have changed over the last decade in Canada’s strawberry market – a lot. Field growers are bringing plants up out of the soil and onto tabletop systems. New substrates and containers have been introduced that specifically support the North American climate and context. High-tech greenhouse growers are entering the......