What to look for in your garden: Target gardena

GREENSTONE, Fla.

— Target gardenas first foray into the Florida greenway was a spectacular success.

But that was before the first rainstorm hit and it was not long before the company got hit with a lawsuit.

Now, the company is scrambling to get its garden back on track and make sure it doesn’t end up like its competitors.

Target says its garden is working better and has been certified for the greenway.

It has since added some of the new plants it has bought from other companies and is working on the rest.

Some people in Florida are concerned that the garden is not ready for the new season and want to know why.

Target says it is confident that it is ready.

“We’re going to work with the local farmers and gardeners to help them plan for this new season,” Target spokesman Scott Taylor said.

“And we’re going forward with plans to build on that success, to get this garden back to a place that people can actually enjoy it and feel like they’re getting what they’re paying for.”

Some are worried that the greenways first foray will be lost because the weather will be unpredictable and the plants may not be ready for planting in the spring.

People also may be confused by the new trees planted by Target this spring and summer.

A Target spokesperson said that the company was working on adding new trees to the garden so that it would be more aesthetically pleasing.

They say the company has added a few other plants, such as red pines, and is hoping that the rest of the season will be more welcoming to gardeners.

Target has already had a lot of problems with the garden this season.

In early May, a man jumped into the garden and ripped up the fence that surrounded the garden.

Two other gardeners also jumped into and damaged the garden in the past two weeks.

The company said that some gardeners had been asking for an explanation from Target for what went wrong, but the company said it was just being patient.

While the company hopes to have the garden back up and running in the fall, there are some unanswered questions.

What about the water?

Are there plans to install a pump in the garden?

How will that work?

Are there other things that Target can do to help with the drought?

How can we be sure that the new plantings will not cause a similar disaster?