Our world seems a lot greener these days, and not just in terms of landscapes and products your garden center offers. Terms like sustainability and energy efficiency are making their way into convers... more
I recently wandered to the north side of the city to my alma mater, Loyola University Chicago, for an alumni event and naturally had to spend some time wandering around campus.
It really does look ... more
As a (albeit “old”) student of business and in working with retailers of all sizes, from corporate big box to locally owned garden centers in my consultancy, I’m always looking to identify those... more
These tips aim to increase transaction averages by maximizing different spaces throughout the garden center with add-on products.
It’s important to be able to guide shoppers to the right products. Here are some reasons minimum risk pesticides might be the answer.
How one garden center customer took his hobby and sprouted it into an urban gardening movement your store might want to get behind.
East Coast Garden Center in rural Delaware and Greensgrow in urban Philadelphia have great ideas for reaching new customers who are embracing the local food movement.
There are many ways garden centers can take advantage of the growing interest in edibles.
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