Want to know what hot items you should have on your shelves for this month and next month? Find out with this list of Merchant’s Picks for October and November 2016.
Archives for October 2016
To achieve a great lawn, you must not only feed the lawn, but FEED THE SOIL, too. Jonathan Green’s “New American Lawn Plan” focuses on the latter using three simple steps. In fact, you might say, that the “New American Lawn Plan” is as easy to remember as “U-S-A”: Use genetically superior BLACK BEAUTY grass seed! Stop […]
Here are some easy things your customers can do that will make a big difference come spring. Feed Their Lawn The difference between a “so-so” lawn and a truly beautiful lawn both now and next spring is two fall feedings. Feeding in early September and again 6-8 weeks later helps lawns begin rebuilding grass roots […]
As the temperatures fall and days get shorter, your customers are bringing their passion for growing indoors. Be ready for this new wave of gardening business by stocking up with everything they will need to keep things growing, including containers, flowering plants, herbs, seeds, microgreens, and organic products. What organic products will they need? Help […]
An emerald green lawn is a welcome sight that beckons you to enjoy the great outdoors. Besides being impressive, turf that is deep green in color is healthy and vigorous, and likely to ward off any weeds, pests and diseases that come along. If you’re watering grass properly, but it’s pale green or yellow instead […]
From coast to coast distributors and dealers have congratulated Sun Gro on the packaging refresh of their premium, high-quality Black Gold potting mix line. The dynamic new packaging features: A stylized Black Gold logo incorporating the existing gold vignette Bold, modern, attention-grabbing fonts Dynamic photographic flower, vegetable and plant images that are easily identifiable and “pop” in […]
Larry DeWitt started his own landscaping business in Sikeston, Missouri, soon after earning degrees in horticulture and landscape design. In 1977, he was looking for a material to stop weeds and increase plant growth – without chemicals. But back then, black plastic was a landscaper’s only option. From hands-on experience, he knew that while plastic […]