November/December 2016

Spotted in Portland

Oregon played host to the Garden Centers of America tour this summer, and the agenda featured many standout IGCs. Here are a handful of ideas just waiting to be implemented in your stores.

Winners Circle

Wanting to add some new varieties to your benches in the new year? Look no further! Check out these 2016 award-winning varieties.

Outside the Vines: A Vision Come True

Whether a landscape or a wedding, every project starts with a vision. The Sentimentalist in Atlanta, Georgia, has built its name on helping brides make their dreams and visions a reality. Brides ne... more

You Have the Power!

On a recent Friday evening, I was meandering through a regional shopping mall and passed an Apple store. As you know, Apple recently introduced its new iPhone 7 series of smartphones, and off-duty pol... more

An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Loss

Here are 11 steps to help protect your garden center from theft.

7 Steps to Make Your IGC Pop

Riverview Nursery and Garden Center illustrates some great ideas for helping you grow your garden center and make it thrive.

A Sweet Experience

Chocolate is a staple in life as far as I am concerned. Even if I ate a huge meal, you can find me less than 10 minutes later saying, “I just have to have a little something sweet.” Needless to... more

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