Lawn & Garden Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

MarketResearch.com’s collection of market research studies on the lawn and garden market includes everything from focus reports on single market segments in specific countries to industry analysis that spans global regions or the worldwide market. The industry is also analyzed across manufacturing, wholesale, and consumer retailing or services perspectives. Consumer needs divide the lawn and garden market into equipment, supply and service categories: • Equipment consists of engine-powered, hand-powered, and pressure-powered devices designed for outdoor lawn and garden use and can be subdivided into three product segments: outdoor power equipment, tools and implements, and watering/spraying equipment. • Supplies consist of plants and products that promote and control plant growth. Like equipment, it can also be divided into three product segments: plants, fertilizers/growth media and pesticides. Plants include seeds, bulbs, plants, shrubs, and trees. The fertilizer and growth media also include mulch and compost. Pesticides include insecticides, herbicides, and fungicides. • Services include professional lawn care services that specialize in maintenance and/or treatment, such as applying fertilizers, pesticides or other supplies to lawns and gardens. These needs demonstrate that demand in the lawn and garden industry can be driven by lawn concerns in both new construction and sales of existing homes and can include landscaping needs and enhanced environmental awareness. According to the National Gardening Association, consumers in the United States spent about $30 billion annually on their lawns and gardens last year, with average household spending among consumers with a lawn or garden at about $350 annually. Home improvement centers like Home Depot and Lowe’s corner the largest retail channel share (27%) of that spending.
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Lawn & Garden Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Global Household Lawn Mowers Market 2020 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025

    ... of 2020 to 2025, with a CAGR of xx% in the forecast period of 2020 to 2025 and will expected to reach USD xx million by 2025, from USD xx million in 2019. The Household ... Read More

  • Garden Equipment Battery Market - Global Outlook and Forecast 2020-2025

    ... equipment battery market is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 8% during the period 2019–2025. Increasing landscaping activities across the world primarily drive the garden equipment battery market. Changing lifestyle preferences and demographic ... Read More

  • Gardening in the United Arab Emirates

    ... weather conditions, as arid soil and scorching heat during the summer discourage residents from investing in their gardens. Villas and houses with gardens make up only 34% of the total housing stock, and only 49% ... Read More

  • Home and Garden in the United Arab Emirates

    ... implementation of VAT and other regulations, home and garden saw continued positive growth in 2019. New products and innovations continued to gain importance in categories such as mattresses, for example. Mattresses are still considered by ... Read More

  • Home and Garden in Germany

    ... performance for a sixth consecutive year in current value terms. Gardening and home furnishings clearly benefited from changing consumer lifestyles, posting strong value growth in 2019, and are expected to continue posting positive value growth ... Read More

  • Home and Garden in Australia

    ... at the same level as the previous years in the review period. Home renovations, however, supported current value growth, with manufacturers focusing on consumers’ pre- and post-sales experience to differentiate themselves. Premiumisation is visible in ... Read More

  • Gardening in Australia

    ... negative effect on their sales, with garden centres having to introduce new products and services to cater to this trend. Lawns and lawn products will be the largest area to be impacted by the drought ... Read More

  • Gardening in Germany

    ... a positive impact on watering products but negatively affected growing media. The second factor affecting pest control in particular was the glyphosate scandal, as studies revealed a positive correlation between the usage of pest controls ... Read More

  • Gardening in the Netherlands

    ... areas. Product innovation in distribution, including e-commerce, field bouquets, and flower subscriptions, also boosted growth, as well as the alignment plants and botanicals had with fashion and lifestyle. 2019 noted the growing consumer behaviour of ... Read More

  • Home and Garden in the Netherlands

    ... this reduced growth was the weakened housing market, with a slowdown on new homes being built, and less home exchanges taking place. As moving to a new house is a crucial driver of sales for ... Read More

  • The Impact of Coronavirus on Home and Garden

    ... to the needs of stay-at-home mandates and food supply concerns. Full-year 2020 industry sales will be shaped by the macroeconomic environment and further changes in consumer priorities, disruption in supply chains, and channel shifts, with ... Read More

  • Home and Garden in Sweden

    ... market, most categories recovered in 2019, as the weather was much milder, resulting in a better performance for the industry overall. The market was also aided by growth in the total number of households in ... Read More

  • Home and Garden in Hong Kong, China

    ... vibrant overall retail environment in Hong Kong, in which consumers found less time and inclination for making non-vital furniture, gardening and homeware purchases as well as DIY home improvement. Home furnishings registered the most dynamic ... Read More

  • Home and Garden in Singapore

    ... mindful of their choices and are shifting their focus towards a more sustainable and ethical lifestyle. What was once considered a fringe idea has now gained significant traction in a buyer’s decision-making process, with consumers ... Read More

  • Home and Garden in South Korea

    ... the government’s recent 52-hour working week regulation improved the balance between work and leisure time. Single-person households pursued the minimalism trend and smaller living space generated demand for space-efficient home furnishing products. In addition, consumers ... Read More

  • Home and Garden in Indonesia

    ... growth in home and garden was also supported by urbanisation, with more people moving to big cities and purchasing new housing. The number of urban households in Indonesia currently stands at 56%, four percentage points ... Read More

  • Gardening in Hong Kong, China

    ... millennials were learning to enjoy gardening for leisure purposes owing to the increasing emphasis in their lifestyles on home aesthetics as well as mental wellness. Millennial gardeners value practicality in their plants as well as ... Read More

  • Gardening in Indonesia

    ... has the greatest number of apartments in Indonesia, only has less than 100,000 units, according to Savills Indonesia, while it has over two million households. An apartment unit can often be more expensive than landed ... Read More

  • Gardening in Singapore

    ... consumers from adopting gardening practices in their homes. However, with the use of technology-enabled systems, players such as Click & Grow and Plantui Smart Garden have opened up a whole new avenue for indoor gardening. ... Read More

  • Gardening in South Korea

    ... Statistics Korea. They see indoor plants as performing two roles – acting as a pet replacement to reduce loneliness as well as offering an air-cleaning effect. The pet replacement effect is due to not having ... Read More

  • Gardening in Sweden

    ... sort of digital detox, where they can relax and recover from the fast-paced, digital-centric world that otherwise exists in society. In addition, a major reason for Swedish consumers to like gardening is its suitability for ... Read More

  • Gardening in Spain

    ... stimulate a gardening culture and the rising popularity of urban gardening, supported by internet blogs and platforms like Instagram. Companies are also exploring healthy and “greener” lifestyles to stimulate sales and promote a gardening culture. ... Read More

  • Gardening in the Philippines

    ... value growth over the year. These growth figures are a reflection of the ongoing trend of urban gardening resulting from consumers’ higher consciousness about what they eat and where their food comes from. Filipinos have ... Read More

  • Home and Garden in Spain

    ... growth. Higher purchasing power, innovation and a buoyant housing market encouraged home renovations and refurbishments and a demand for better quality, premium products. Home improvement and home furnishings posted the highest value sales and fastest ... Read More

  • Home and Garden in the Philippines

    ... number of younger consumers setting up their first households and higher interest in growing one’s own fruits, vegetable and herbs as a way to avoid commercially grown food that relies on pesticides and non-organic fertilisers. ... Read More

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