Many customers expect to see floral out front when spring hits.
Retailers, often depending on where they’re located, expressed differing views on carrying bedding plants. Ironically, some retailers in areas where there’s still snow on the ground are going out of their way to brighten up the front of the store with whatever plants will withstand a chilly day. If necessary, they’ll roll the racks in at night, and put them back out the next morning. “It’s snowing here right now, but we have pansy plants on a single rack ...
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