Garden centers in Minnesota see a rebound from COVID-19 as states slowly reopen
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Garden centers in Minnesota see a rebound from COVID-19 as states slowly reopen

Consumers stuck at home seem to be taking comfort in gardening and growing their own food.

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According to a April 27 report in the Duluth News Tribune, garden centers in parts of Minnesota are seeing a spike in sales of ornamental, vegetable and fruit plants after Gov. Tim Waltz amended the state's shutdown order to allow nurseries and garden centers to reopen on April 9.

The article states that people may be "find solace in the familiar springtime ritual [of gardening]" and noted that sales of fruits and vegetable plants are up. Read the complete article here.