Garden trends report 2020 - second part

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After a first preview of the Garden Trends 2020, Organizzazione Orlandelli proposes a second extract from the report, revealing other trends of garden sector or 2020.

In this report you will find:
  • Why Green collar jobs will revolutionize the four-year college degree and more students will enter the horticulture industry
  • How frogs and mushrooms are connecting people to gardening
  • What role horticulture will play in cities of the future
  • The color of 2020
Staying on top of trends allows garden-focused businesses to take advantage of new opportunities and stay on the cutting edge.
 
Garden trends report 2020 - second part

GREEN LEADERS – PAGE 15

The circular economy does more with less. And as leaders in our industry, we have a responsibility to act sustainably.
It’s about ensuring our products, where possible, have a second life. When that’s not possible, they’re taken apart so we can use the components.
What do you sell that is renewable, repairable, reusable and recyclable?
“Our pots get used up to 5x before they are discarded. We wash and sanitize them before each use.” Grady Roscoe, Wind In The Willows Nursery, SC
The goal is to deliver customer value with minimal waste.

 
Garden trends report 2020 - second part

EDUCATION CHANGE – PAGE 18

Education diversity is key. While jobs exist that require much academic study, there is demand for green jobs that require less college education.
With the rising cost of college, enrollment is expected to dip 15% by 2025.
Careers in urban agriculture, environmental sustainability or garden installation, for example, may only need an associate degree or vocational program to launch a fruitful career.
And that can include on-the-job training.
 
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