This spring, your store is likely to play host to a great number of home gardeners. Some of them may know what they’re doing and are gearing up for yet another season spent in the dirt, planting edibles for their home. On the other hand, you’re also likely to receive questions from first-timers and novice gardeners, who may want to start with a container before investing in a raised bed. You may also have some new seasonal staff members not familiar with home-grown food. With these quick and simple tips for starting and maintaining a home vegetable garden in a container, your seasonal employees will be equipped to get these customers started on a vegetable patch of their own. All tips and data courtesy of Fix.com/blog.
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