GCA figures show August sales trends

Garden Centre Association August sales were 4.4 per cent up on August 2015.

Garden furniture sales were up 12 per cent thanks to good weather.

Garden sundries were up 6.5 per cent, while clothing was up 14 per cent, plants sold 2.6 per cent more than the equivalent month in 2015 and catering was up 21 per cent on average.

Gift sales were down three per cent in August.


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