Millennials need gardening to be easy

by | Feb 25, 2019 | News | 0 comments


Recent research reveals that 84% of the millennials population would not garden unless it was simple to do.

The research, conducted by Common Sense Gardening, showed millennials need easy-to-maintain gardens.
?It’s reported that the UK is hungry for horticulture. There has been a 29% increase in millennials enjoying gardening.
“Our research highlights how we can keep growing their interest? said Gary Philpotts, chairman.
The Common Sense Gardening initiative?s latest research also highlights that:
? 81% of millennial gardeners grow produce to cook. Almost half grow tomatoes, strawberries, carrots and even potatoes. Over a quarter grow their own herbs
? 53% said they grow their own produce as a cheaper alternative
? 45%, ever conscious of their own wellbeing, grow their own produce for health reasons
? 60% garden in their very limited spare time as a hobby, and to improve their wellbeing.
The 2019 research backs up the statistics which came out of The initiative in 2018. It showed:
? 40% would like spend less time weeding their gardens
? 25% believe that garden care products are key to the proper maintenance of their gardens
? 37% need a faster impact on remedying problem areas
The Common Sense Gardening initiative works to ensure the safety of garden care products. It assists consumers with any of their gardening issues.

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