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Publications that  build even stronger businesses.

  • The LooseLeaf is CNGA production that’s published six times a year and features articles on the latest growing practices and business solutions. Read by nearly 1,000 green industry businesses, it’s a targeted way to promote your company within the industry. Read the LooseLeaf online here. Learn more about advertising options in our 2014 Media Kit.
  • The Green Pages is an on-line member directory of six trade associations in the Green Industries of Colorado. This is a great resource for you to find, or be found, by buyers and customers. Find a Member.
  • CNGA Plant Guides are great resources to resell to your customers. These full-color guides aim to educate and empower your customers. To order, call CNGA at 303-758-6672 or download this order form.
  • Colorado Planting Guide.

    This guide details all the must-do tips about planting, from selection to planting. This guide is also available in Spanish. Members pay $80/250.
  • Rocky Mountain Plant Guide.

    Created to tackle Colorado’s challenging altitudes, micro-climates, and soil conditions, this guide includes detailed descriptions of trees, shrubs, groundcovers, fruits, grasses, and water plants that work throughout Colorado. Members pay $235/120.
  • Rocky Mountain Landscape Design Guide.

    This guide inspires, encourages, and educates your customers on landscape design. Individual copy retail price is $4.95. Members pay $105/120.
  • Annual and Perennial Plant Guide.

    The plants featured in this guide were specifically chosen for their ability to do well in the Rocky Mountain area. Individual copy retail price is $4.95. Members pay $150/120.
  • Front Range Tree Recommendation List©.

    The Front Range Tree Recommendation List© was developed through the collaborative efforts of 12 individuals, three from each of the four participating professional groups: the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), the Colorado Nursery & Greenhouse Association (CNGA), municipal arborists representing the Colorado Tree Coalition (CTC), and the Colorado State University (CSU) Extension. Based on the committee’s collective education, knowledge, and experience, more than 250 trees or varieties were evaluated and rated, resulting in a single reference list for professionals to use and share with their customers or residents. View and download the List.

        To comment on the The Front Range Tree Recommendation List©, or express interest in volunteering         for future committee participation, please fill out the Feedback Form at this link.