Gardening bloomed during the pandemic; garden centers hope would-be green thumbs stay interested

Customer Amy Ashcroft looks at a plant at Flowercraft at Flowercraft, a garden center, on March 13, 2024 in San Francisco. Garden centers enjoyed a pandemic boom, particularly with millennials, as people looked for outdoor activities during lockdowns. (Haven Daley/AP)

Customer Amy Ashcroft looks at a plant at Flowercraft at Flowercraft, a garden center, on March 13, 2024 in San Francisco. Garden centers enjoyed a pandemic boom, particularly with millennials, as people looked for outdoor activities during lockdowns. (Haven Daley/AP)

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