Global gardening market closes on $200,000m by 2013

Euromonitor has found that the worldwide gardening market will be worth US $198,673m by 2013, up from $143,284m in 2008. In 2003 the figure was $114,673m.

According to the research body, UK gardening will rise from $7bn in 2003 to $9.69bn in 2013. In Western Europe as a whole the figure is set to go from $43.97m to $57.3m.

Horticultural goods are defined as trees, shrubs, patio and house plants, annuals, perennials, seeds, bulbs and lawn products. New data will be available in April 2012.

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