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New and Continuing Trends for the New Year

What’s Hot for Horticulture in 2017

2016 is coming to an end and many of us have already figured out a rough business plan, but if not you might want to start thinking about is. What do consumers look out for next year?


image credit: thejungalow via Instagram

GGS dived into the future and predicts the trends of the upcoming season. Did you know next year all will be 'patone-colored'? That our living rooms, and rooms in general will look like the Amazon? That the popularity of succulents will only increase further? If you did, see your predictions confirmed; if not, be quick to be informed. Here.


Publication date: 12/21/2016

 


 

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