Summer may be the slowest season of the year for floral sales, but that doesn’t stop Sandi Probst from going all-out to promote her section. Last month Probst, floral manager at Lin’s Market in St. George, Utah, partnered with the store’s produce department on a display that featured citrus fruits alongside mums, gerbers and other floral blooms, all situated around a large inflatable archway. The theme of the display: “Keeping It Fresh.” “It’s ...

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