Because of the coronavirus, many grocery stores are facing shortages that mean people don’t have enough access to fruits and vegetables. Because of this, many people are taking things into their own hands and growing fruits and veggies at home. Garden stores are seeing a surge in sales, and greenhouses with many different kinds of fruits and veggies are a valuable resource. Stores are open for curbside pickup, delivery, and even in-store shopping with proper social distancing.
- Due to grocery shortages because of coronavirus, many people in Kansas are gardening to grow their own fruits and vegetables.
- Greenhouses with many varieties of vegetables are a valuable resource right now.
- Some greenhouses are offering both delivery, curbside pickup, and shopping with proper social distancing.
“Jackson said that plant sales for tomatoes, peppers and other vegetables have come much earlier this year than in the past, but there are plenty left for anyone who wants to put in their own garden.”