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newjobhelp added on May 10, 2018 | Answered

Hello! I\'m about to interview for a job at a garden shop, but I don\'t have a lot of experience gardening because of my city upbringing. Any general tips or pieces of information that might help make it seem like I know what I\'m talking about? Thank you!

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Answered on May 11, 2018

I would be honest about your experience but it sounds like your excited and ready to get to work! Those traits will take you a long way!
Know the growing zone that you live in, that helps!
This link will help you.

This link will take you to some great articles!

Good luck and Happy Gardening!

Basic help needed in a garden center is soil types and use; fertilizers, plant types; Perennials and annuals, planting trees and shrubs.

When I first started out working in a garden center, I spent a lot of time reading plant tags! A wealth of knowledge is in those little tags.

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