WHETHER IT'S SHOPPERS living in small spaces or shoppers with limited mobility, retail gardening centers and floral departments are adjusting their product offerings to meet the needs of very specific customer groups. For instance, Hy-Vee Floral Supervisor Rita Peters said Hy-Vee tries to help people garden as long as they can. The retailer offers waist-high planting boxes that people in care facilities or in wheelchairs can easily access. “So people that love to garden, they ...

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