Merchandising

January 23, 2019
Retro POP Materials Now Available from Savor

With the popularity of herbs and vegetables projected to continue again in 2019, it’s time for retailers to think about how to attract even more customers to the edibles section of their stores. Knowing this,... more »

January 2019
7 Steps to Craft a Merchandising Plan in 2019

As many of you can attest, there's certainly more to selling than meets the eye. Any business journal you pick up will tell you it’s all about metrics and mining information from the data. While... more »
Sun River Gardens

January 2019
Seen in Salt Lake City

Cactus & Tropicals Draper, Utah This location of Cactus & Tropicals plays host to numerous events throughout the year, including a lot of weddings. To promote these event services to everyday customers, displays included cut... more »

January 2019
The Holidays in Pennsylvania

Feeney’s Feasterville 1. Feeney’s is a winter wonderland, with Christmas preparations starting in late June each year. 2. Santa visits every day from the Friday after Thanksgiving until Christmas Eve. Customers are asked to donate... more »

November/December 2018
Deciphering the Color Code for More Sales

It’s the one decision you keep putting off — what color to paint the walls?! Some people live with a patchwork of paint samples on their walls for years ... unable to choose. Others “play... more »

November/December 2018
More Gems from the Emerald City

Molbak's Garden + Home Woodinville, Washington 1. Molbak’s kept consistent branding throughout the store with these chalkboard-like signs that were easy to read and informative. 2. Something as simple as adding clay pots to the... more »

November/December 2018
‘U’ Create Excitement

Lawn & Garden Retailer introduced you to Distinctive Gardens as the 2016 Merchandiser of the Year when owners Bud and Lisa LeFevre decided to completely transform their garden center after 17 seasons of business. That... more »

September/October 2018
In the Running

Each year our Merchandiser of the Year competition recognizes one independent garden center whose team has really showcased their display skills during the year. The competition continues to grow, having a record-setting number of entries... more »

September/October 2018
Mind Over Matter

During the summer months, I found myself doing a lot more of my 2019 planning and daydreaming when things were mellow. I also embarked on a fairly strict new diet plan that’s really a lifestyle... more »

September/October 2018
Gems From the Emerald City

Sky Nursery Shoreline, Washington 1. Houseplants are hot, and Sky Nursery created a façade inside the garden center to draw people into a large area dedicated to indoor plants. 2. Nectar Bar is the hip... more »

August 2018
When Serendipity Meets Strategy

Many of us have heard the old quote, “Success is when preparation meets opportunity.” But, so many people struggle in our industry as they are investing in either being busy without a real strategy or... more »

August 2018
The ‘Garden” Part of Miniature Gardening

The gardening in miniature niche is, quite possibly with no pun intended, the biggest idea to happen to the garden industry in ages. You’ll find designated miniature departments in many nurseries and garden centers these... more »


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