How is your IGC promoting indoor growing materials and houseplants? Garden Center reached out to a few businesses to see how they’re showing off the beauty of indoor growing materials, and we’ve rounded up some eye-catching displays. Check out some of the neat ways these IGCs are showing off the power of indoor gardening.

Homewood Nursery & Garden Center

Here, custom arrangements are merchandised with statuary and decorative items.
PHOTO COURTESY OF TINA MAST
Cactus and succulents are merchandised with pots, potting soil, fertilizer and an info sheet.
PHOTO COURTESY OF TINA MAST
The Terrarium Bar at Homewood Nursery, located in Raleigh, North Carolina, displays small plants for terrariums within a larger terrarium to sell the idea and create inspiration.
PHOTO COURTESY OF TINA MAST

Molbak’s Garden + Home

Molbak’s Garden + Home, located in Woodinville, Washington, carries the largest selection of houseplants in western Washington. Its indoor plant area spans six entire greenhouses — that’s a lot of greenery, flowers, succulents tropicals and containers of all shapes and sizes!
PHOTO COURTESY OF ALLI DODT
PHOTO COURTESY OF ALLI DODT

Perino’s Home & Garden Center

At Perino’s Home & Garden Center, located in Metairie, Louisiana, indoor plants are displayed in a bright blue branded truck to provide customers with whimsical inspiration. They offer many fertilizer choices for indoor plants such as orchids and African violets.
PHOTO COURTESY OF TUCKER BANTOM
PHOTO COURTESY OF TUCKER BANTOM