The Garden Center Show’s IGC tour explored five different garden centers in and around Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
A day ahead of
The Garden Center Show, which took place this past August in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, pre-registered attendees spent the day exploring five area garden centers. The tour put on display fresh new ideas to inspire garden center attendees with ideas to bring back to their retail locations. Houseplant Havens
An airy spot in a greenhouse at Ebert’s Greenhouse Village, Ixonia, Wisconsin, houses houseplants and related merchandise.
Bayside Garden Center in Bayside, Wisconsin, stocks houseplants both in a traveling plant truck (left and above, right), which features houseplants and add-ons like plant care products such as fertilizers formulated for houseplants; and in store (bottom right).
A handy sign in the houseplant section at Caan Floral & Greenhouses in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, highlights plants’ light requirements. Follow the Signs
Minor’s Garden Center makes it easy for customers to find what they’re looking for with well-marked and numbered signs.
Hours, awards and awesomeness can be found at the entrance doors at Caan Floral & Greenhouses in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.
Ebert’s Greenhouse Village’s “We Grow Happiness” signs can be found throughout the property. Kidding Around
Ebert’s Greenhouse Village includes a Kids’ Village with a Touch and Smell Garden, Dino Garden, and plenty of outdoor space.
Caan Floral & Greenhouses’ selection of toys, games and stuffed animals are at kids’ level for easy shopping. Flower Power
Heyden’s Gardens in Cedarburg, Wisconsin, has pretty displays of silk flowers for home décor inspiration.
Heyden’s Gardens’ floral display.
Caan Floral & Greenhouses’ Flower Market is a full-service flower shop that includes a grab-and-go cooler for custom purchases.
Caan Floral & Greenhouses’ grab-and-go cooler. Information, Please
There’s no missing this customer service building at Caan Floral & Greenhouses.
Branded T-shirts above the register desk make an eye-catching display at Bayside Garden Center’s checkout counter.
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