Steps to a great container program

Adrian, Clare
July 2008
Garden Center Magazine;Jul2008, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p60
This article reports on the best way for retailers to create a container gardening program for customers. It is recommended that designers interview clients to learn about the customer's preferences related to color, lifestyle, and possible watering schedules. Information is also provided on container choice, soils, and pricing.


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