2020 Garden Trends Report - part one

Eight Trends to reconnect us with nature and leading a more thoughtful approach to life.

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Garden Media Group’s 19th Garden Trend Report predicts the green industry will be at the forefront of urban growth and development in 2020 and beyond.
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
Garden Media researches global consumer trends to see what’s happening from home design to fashion. We talk with our trusted media sources and garden experts worldwide. Then we read the tea leaves, peer into our crystal ball, and share what we see up and coming in gardening, landscape design and green living, so you can be in the know.
 
2020 Garden Trends Report - part one

CITY GROWTH – PAGE 7


More than half of th population lives in cities today.

Urbanization improves life, from better education to more employment opportunities.

While cultures are “connected” 24/7, there is a new ethos emerging.

People are longing for nature.

Tranquil, plant filled environments for business and pleasure are a necessity.

As the world continues to urbanize, sustainability is key to managing growth.
2020 Garden Trends Report - part one

THE RISE OF THE CRD – PAGE 8

Central Recreational Districts (CRD) are the new Central Business Districts (CBD.)

CRD results in 16% higher housing prices, 10% growth in population and jobs, and attracts 3% more college graduates.

They are urban areas to escape the hustle of the city, with parks, historic places, landmarks, and tourist destinations.

The area attracts younger inhabitants for their “Insatgramable” locations and draws people to urban centers.

Similarly, America In Bloom (AIB) just launched a new self-assessment program, Growing Vibrant Communities (GVC). It measures a community’s commitment and progress in vitality, flowers, landscapes, urban forestry, environmental efforts, heritage and overall impression.
 
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