Trouble spots

Martinez, Sarah
March 2008
Garden Center Magazine;Mar2008, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p45
The article focuses on examples of problem areas in a garden centers. Advice is given on how to improve unused or difficult spaces, as well as customers' reception of the spaces. Suggestions include adding doorways and windows to the area, the use of transparent material in greenhouses and improving access to the space.


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