Sales were £31.6m, down £0.7m for the year. Direct sales, which make up 80 per cent of business, were flat. There was a £1m reduction in marketing expenditure.
Sales to garden centres were up, reflecting better weather. Client sales were down because of reduced newspaper circulations and a change in client portfolio.
Earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation showed a £0.6m loss, which the directors said was "disappointing".
The directors said the year was "a step in the right direction back to profitable growth".
They have planned for the group to grow "organically" and are "alert for suitable acquisitions".
UK sales were £29.6m.