Sherry has been part of the interiorscape industry for over fifteen years, starting at an entry level job at North Florida's largest greenhouse and currently owning two horticulture companies. At UMaine, Sherry majored in English where she worked part-time writing scripts for a local college TV studio.

How to Increase Interiorscape Sales by N...

Sales. Perhaps the most stressful parts of any business is having to sell someone your product or service. The pressure of convincing a stranger [...]  » Read More

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Holiday Installs: 5 Tips for Taking The...

If you recently added holiday installs to your interiorscape services, you may have discovered it’s not as simple as it seems. Let’s [...]  » Read More

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Personal vs. Professional Holiday Decor

With the exception of poinsettias, I never understood the connection between holiday decor and interiorscaping. My first holiday decorating job o[...]  » Read More

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Additional Services to Offer once Holida...

During the winter season, installs tend to slow down with the majority of people focusing on holiday plans. Providing holiday design, rentals, in[...]  » Read More

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Why Interiorscapers Should Take Over Neg...

One of the biggest opportunities for interiorscapers is taking over neglected atriums. This building area sets the stage for the ambience an[...]  » Read More

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Non-Compete Agreements: For or Against?

There was a hot topic on the Interiorscape Facebook group that reminded me of my own experience with non-compete agreements. The comments we[...]  » Read More

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