Take a look at a sampling of the numerous new varieties that made their debut at California Spring Trials.
Too often in our industry, we’re so focused on the product we sell that we don’t take the time to manage our company’s own brands and brand message.
Here are some tips to help bump your store sales — and profits — during the shoulder seasons.
This is part three of a series looking at the shopping traits of millennials and Generation Z — how brick-and-mortar retailers can market to them and, more importantly, create an in-store shopping experience that will keep them coming back.
Do you know how and why your customers make their purchasing decisions? You might have an idea or a gut feel for why they do what they do, but how accurate is it?
The same thing goes for product desi... more
Data can be your biggest asset when it comes to selecting the different plant varieties that you sell. How are you making your selections?
Today’s consumers want convenience when it comes to paying for their purchases. Here’s a look at why garden centers might want to consider using mobile payment apps.
Do you have a plan for your future? Have you taken the time to develop a plan and figure out what’s next for you and your business?
Whether you’re the owner, manager or industry newbie at an independent garden center, we’re all looking for a few things in our daily lives.
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