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Lawn & Garden Displays

DIY gardeners need efficient, convenient displays to get the right product quickly.

The Importance of Lawn & Garden Displays

According to Bigger Garden, 55% of U.S. households have a garden – this amounts to 71.5 million households and over 185 million people. Most purchases by this consumer group happen in the spring and summer, with their desire to quickly find the product they need to complete their project a top priority. Lawn & Garden displays have traditionally been considered a hassle, primarily due to their seasonality. They must be set up efficiently and quickly, handle a constantly rotating set of merchandise, and facilitate easy storage in the off season.
Greenhouse with hanging baskets and flowers on palettes

Types of Lawn & Garden Displays

There are numerous types of lawn and garden retail product displays that can be used to showcase and promote various items. Here are some common examples:

Shelving Units

Shelving units are versatile and allow for organized display of different lawn and garden products. They can be wall-mounted or freestanding, with adjustable shelves to accommodate items of various sizes.

Gondola Displays

Gondola displays consist of long, double-sided shelving units often found in larger garden centers or retail stores. They provide ample space to showcase a wide range of lawn and garden products, including tools, planters, fertilizers, and more.

Endcap Displays

Endcap displays are positioned at the end of store aisles, making them highly visible to customers. These displays can feature seasonal items or highlight new products, creating a sense of urgency and encouraging impulse purchases.

Palette Displays

Pallet displays involve stacking products on wooden pallets, often found near the entrance or in prominent areas of the store. Pallets can be used to showcase bulk items like bags of soil or mulch, or grouped together to create themed displays.

Dump Bins

Dump bins are large containers where products can be stacked or dumped for easy browsing. They are often used for displaying smaller items such as gardening gloves, hand tools, or packets of seeds.

Feature Tables

Feature tables are standalone displays placed strategically within the store to draw attention to specific products or themes. These tables can be styled to showcase seasonal plants, garden decor, or gardening essentials.

Hanging Displays

Hanging displays utilize hooks, pegboards, or racks to suspend products vertically, saving floor space and allowing customers to easily browse items such as hanging baskets, bird feeders, or garden tools with hanging holes.

Interactive Displays

Interactive displays engage customers by offering hands-on experiences or demonstrations. For example, a display showcasing different sprinkler systems could allow customers to try them out and see how they work.

Combination Displays

Remember, these are just a few examples, and the design and selection of displays may vary depending on the specific store layout, product range, and target audience. Retailers often combine different display types to create visually appealing and engaging shopping experiences.

Working with Tusco

Tusco’s custom displays result from years of industry experience and are just as practical and nimble as we are. We work directly with you to identify your display needs and build quality solutions that look, function, and stow away as needed. Our displays accommodate changing inventory, as well as the moisture, dirt, and sun exposure encountered by lawn and garden displays.