We’re pleased to welcome White Flower Farm (www.WhiteFlowerFarm.com) as a new client. Since their inception in 1950, White Flower Farm has built a widespread reputation as the go-to source for unusual plants. If you ever find yourself in the Litchfield Hills of Connecticut during spring, summer or fall, their display gardens are a delight. We’re looking […]
We’re pleased to welcome Paradise Garden of Corryton, TN as a new client. Paradise Garden offers exceptionally large, healthy plants via their comprehensive website. They place special emphasis on new and hard-to-find clematis, daylilies, hosta, iris, peonies, ornamental grasses, perennials, bulbs and ornamental shrubs. We’re looking forward to helping them grow!
We’re pleased to welcome WamBam Fence of Cornelius, NC as a new client. Their clever digless fence system, available in both vinyl and aluminum, provides an affordable solution for pool and yard fencing. With free shipping, superb customer service, flexible design options, and professional quality fencing, they offer a remarkable combination of advantages. We’re looking […]
One article in particular caught my eye in this month’s Internet Retailer magazine: By expertly tending their narrow online niches, specialty retailers fend off the mass merchants. Sound like a familiar concern?
It’s always interesting to see what our industry can learn from merchants in non-gardening categories. The Internet Retailer article offered a couple informative examples. (Click on the headline for more…)
I’ve always disliked shopping in retail stores, and consequently, I’m a cataloger’s dream. I save every catalog I get, filed alphabetically in one of several portable bins I keep expressly for that purpose. With all the catalog shopping I do, I’m flabbergasted that I’m almost never asked for one of the most important things a cataloger can ask for: (Click on the headline for more…)