How To Create Diverse Endcaps With 3 Elements

Al’s Garden Center’s Woodburn, OR, location wowed Garden Centers of America visitors. Several elements added to the strong impact the store makes. In the plant yard, one feature that made the entire department feel cohesive and easy to navigate was its endcaps.

The merchandisers used three elements again and again in the endcaps, just a little differently in each display: painted pallets, crates, and burlap.

Take a look at how it comes together, and you’ll see how easy this will be to duplicate in any garden store.



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