Lawn & Garden Consumables

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This report covers the US market for lawn and garden consumables, which include packaged consumable products used in the maintenance of turf, gardens, borders, and other outside areas. Service revenues, bulk items, agricultural products, household insecticides, equipment, live goods such as saplings, seedlings and mature plants, and manufactured hard goods such as bricks and pavers are excluded from the scope of this study.



Lawn and garden consumable products covered in the scope of this study include:

  • fertilizers: solid (dry), including granules, powders, spikes; liquids
  • pesticides: herbicides (selective or nonselective; pre-emergent or post-emergent), insecticides, fungicides, rodenticides, animal repellents
  • growing media: packaged soil (potting soil, garden soil, top soil, planting mix, soilless potting mixes), and soil amendments (bark, charcoal, compost, humus, limestone, manure, peat, perlite, sand, sphagnum peat moss, and vermiculite)
  • seeds: grass and turf, ornamentals, other seeds
  • mulch and other ground covers: wood mulch and chips (conventional and colored), rubber mulch, other mulch and ground coverings
  • other lawn and garden consumables: growth regulators, pH controls, stump removers, and biostimulants


Demand for lawn and garden consumables is also broken out by market, including:

  • residential
  • golf courses
  • government and institutional
  • commercial and industrial
  • commercial nurseries and garden centers, and other markets such as sod farms, cemeteries, and turf areas in privately owned sports venues

Distribution Channels

The report presents retail-level sales, broken out by the following distribution channels:

  • home centers
  • mass merchandisers
  • garden centers
  • mail order/internet
  • hardware and feed stores

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