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.

Four Ways Plant Technicians Can Avoid So...

The second horticulture technician I hired was a soft-spoken mother of three with a graphic art degree. After a couple months of horticulture tra[...]  » Read More

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The Future of Horticulture

I’ve hired someone with a horticulture degree only one time in twenty years. Unfortunately for the plants, two months later he moved to Col[...]  » Read More

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The Difference Between Personal & P...

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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Move Over Poinsettia, Here Comes the Pri...

One of the showiest plants I know, the poinsettia, was introduced to America by Dr. Joel Roberts Poinsett, the first American ambassador to Mexic[...]  » Read More

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Plants, a Sign of Wealth?

Have you ever wondered why money is the same color as grass? Was it a subconscious decision of our forefathers or perhaps deliberate because the[...]  » Read More

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Beer Gardens: A Missed Opportunity for P...

Perhaps I’ve been very sheltered when I assumed a Beer Garden meant people sharing a few kegs of ale in the backyard. A few years ago, while I [...]  » Read More

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