Industry Trend Report
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Significant trends are at work shaping the future of the ornamental horticulture industry and affecting businesses that grow and retail plants, and sell related products and services. With nearly three decades of relevant experience in the Canadian ornamental horticulture market, MARCON+ZRB examines these trends and reports on what they mean to you and your business. 

Each Industry Trend Report is published in the CNLA Newsbrief.

Trend No: 1
- Boomer consumers are changing

Trend No: 2 - Are Gen X and Y really different from Boomers?

Trend No: 3 - Immigration and the effect on ornamental horticulture sales

Trend No: 4 - Consumer environmental concerns and the effect on ornamental horticulture sales. Do we overreact?

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