Here’s a peek of what spring looked like at four IGCs around the country.
We hit the California Spring Trials in April to see what new flowers would be offered to commercial growers in 2023.
There’s still time to implement these retail trends in your garden center.
Today’s consumer is looking for purchases that give back.
When times are uncertain, plants can bring calm.
Your customers are going to be looking for recommendations — here are the basics on soil amendments and fertilizer.
The Garden Center Show will include an exhibit hall, keynote sessions and plenty of networking opportunities.
Now is our opportunity to educate, motivate and inspire the consumer to enjoy the real benefits our products offer.
Garden center customers consider pollinator attractiveness, growing practices and third-party endorsements when purchasing plants.
Emily Harvey is manager of Harvey’s Farm & Garden Center.
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