Capturing shopper interest and confidence doesn't have to start in-store. Simple steps such as planting flowers and placing planters in parking lots and in front of stores could draw more consumers, make a better shopping experience, and show off gardening supplies, experts say. While research points to the economic, social, and psychological benefits of plantings, a lot of people still don't do it, according to Marvin Miller, president of the board of the nonprofit America in ...

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