Effectively engaging your customers will result in moving them from transactional purchasing to experiential buying and building long-term trust and relationships.
From themed display gardens to simple signage strategies, a quick visit to Austin, Texas, and its local independent garden centers provided plenty of useful ideas for you to implement now or next season.
During a three-day sale, Nectar & Company's second annual Garden Market used concept shops to create an unforgettable experience.
What sets your business apart from others is the very thing that sets you up for retail success.
Grilled-cheese tattoos and customer service wristbands. The following concepts are just too good not to share. And while neither of them come from our industry, they may just get your wheels spinning and the creative juices flowing.
With preset appointments and stress-free scheduling, next month's National Lawn & Garden Show is not your typical industry event.
Successful vegetable gardens take a little more than a packet of seeds and some dirt. Send your new vegetable gardeners out with more than product, but with a better understanding of what it means to be prepared.
Next month, I'll be getting married to a life-long vegetarian-turned-vegan. Needless to say, my eating habits have changed dramatically and for the better in recent years.I remember days when I'... more
Vegetables and herbs have made a comeback in your retail space. What can you do to make your garden center a mecca for the consumable consumer?
Consider educational museum exhibits to help you create a clearer message about what you're trying to sell.
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