Gardena, California-based Target Gardenas organic garden is opening its doors to families with young children.
The first family of six to take advantage of the new organic program will have to pay $250 for the first year.
The next year, they will pay $1,000 and $2,000.
The program will be available to all children ages six to 12 through the end of 2018.
The new program has the potential to transform the lives of parents and children alike.
Target Gardenastrives to be a leader in providing organic, environmentally friendly, and fun garden services to families across the country.
This is the first time Target Gardenasa is offering organic gardening services for families.
“Target Gardenasa has a passion for creating healthy and safe homes for all children, so it’s exciting to be opening the doors to the Target Gardenash.
Our mission is to create a healthy, safe and inclusive environment for children and families.
Target is committed to supporting the community through a program that will help foster positive change in the lives and lives of our families,” said Lisa DeMoss, vice president, corporate communications, Target.
“Target Gardena’s mission is for our families to live better and healthier lives, and we look forward to working with the Target family to make our families happier.”
In 2017, Target Gardenatas annual sales reached $1.1 billion, according to the Nashville Business Journal.
In 2018, Target is offering a new “garden at home” program for preschoolers.
Gardenatas new program is a new program that offers the option to pay to purchase an entire house or entire garden to include a nursery, a greenhouse, a vegetable garden, and more.
The program also allows children and adults who live in a Target Gardenhouse to get a house to share with another family.
As a first time customer, Target gardenas customers will have access to a new home-grown organic gardening experience.
Target Gardenas is a family-owned company and operates over 10 Target Gardenhouses and one Target Garden ave.