Beautiful flowers, lush greenery, a bubbling fountain. This may sound like a stroll through a botanical garden, but it's really a quick trip through the expanding garden centers now found at many supermarkets and supercenters across the country. Today's purveyors of plants and petals are striving to provide options for novices and green thumbs alike. Some garden centers offer educational materials for consumers to take home and others rely on their employees to do the educating, but all ...

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