Head on over to your local Target garden center to score major deals on plants and pots. Target recently announced it is shuttering all 262 of its remaining garden centers nationwide by the end of September, so expect clearance sales to start soon. There are plenty of plants that do well in fall and winter, including snap peas, carrots, and parsnips.
Competition from Home Depot and Walmart is part of the reason for the Target garden closures, according to the Miami Herald. Target never made much money on live plants. Stores will still sell gardening supplies, but they will be much more limited.
Meanwhile, Target is expanding the grocery sections of many of its stores.
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