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October 12, 2012

Garden Care: Future Opportunities Remain in Developed Countries

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Caring for the lawn and garden remains a very popular weekend activity in the US, which remains the largest garden care market in the world. Germans, who usually live in flats, prefer to have plants on their balconies. Emerging countries, such as Malaysia and Brazil, continue to post very low sales as consumers prefer to rely on professional services for garden care, while in other countries, such as Indonesia, gardening is considered an expensive hobby carried out by the elderly.


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