Staging plant material for install and gardening crews, unloading and organizing plant material when it’s delivered, keeping plants happy and healthy, diagnosing plant problems, running errands and helping anybody who needs it, etc.
I attended Metropolitan Community College and graduated with and associates degree in Horticulture Management. I also earned specialist diplomas in Organic Gardening, Plant Production and Propagation, and Arboriculture
Echinacea, because it’s native to the Plains, and it can be used medicinally.
Lots of edibles, such as raspberries, strawberries, and a full vegetable garden.
Pizza because I’m human.
I’m against them. But I’m a hypocrite because I have one. I like it because it’s creepy.
A comfortable place to sit and enjoy the outdoors.
After the plants leave my nursery, I enjoy going to the properties and seeing the amazing job our crews have done for the clients.
Thing I can’t live without – Privacy. Next question please.
Rabbits. One rabbit in the garden is too many.
Pruners; I use them hundreds of times daily.
Corey Brabec, Head of Horticulture What’s the first thing you do when you get to work? I usually start my day by checking all of the paperwork that was turned in the day before. I...