Garden Center’s top 5 stories for March 2019

Pollinators, vandalism and establishing work boundaries are some of the topics that dominated.

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April 16, 2019

Each day, Garden Center magazine covers breaking news, current events and coverage from many industry events. We couple this with our monthly magazine content to provide our readers with the most comprehensive coverage of the industry.

Each month, our readers vote for their top stories with the clicks of their computer mouse.

Check out the top five articles our digital readers found to be the most compelling in March 2019:

Plants, buildings vandalized at Martin Garden Center

The Greenville, South Carolina, garden center suffered approximately $150,000 in damages and lost nearly 15,000 plants in the incident.

What’s up with Amazon?

From gardening hard goods to live plants, Amazon.com and online selling are changing how consumers shop and IGCs sell.

How to establish boundaries at work

Set clear, concise and consistent guidelines for acceptable and unacceptable behaviors.

National Pollinator Garden Network surpasses goal of 1 million registered pollinator gardens

An estimated 8 million people were involved in registering 1,040,000 gardens with the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge.

Feeling the squeeze

Is pay compression hurting your business?