To give an example of the economic benefits of plantings, Miller, who is also market research manager at the West Chicago-based supplier Ball Horticultural, pointed to a member of a recent focus group who worked as a house turner. The house turner, who buys houses in order to quickly renovate and resell the properties for profit, said that when potential buyers see the effort put into good landscaping, the house is sold before they even get to the door. “And I think that same ...

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