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Industry learns about trends in the garden market at the Spoga+Gafa

A largely satisfactory interest from visitors marked the first day of the Spoga+Gafa 2017 in Cologne.

There was no euphoria, but a largely satisfactory interest from visitors marked the first day of the Spoga+Gafa 2017, which began yesterday in Cologne. Today, the Monday, is seen as the main day on which exhibitors expect a larger flow of visitors. Yesterday however, a great number of representatives from specialist dealers and from the DIY store distribution channel already learned about new products and trends in the garden market. These include issues such as urban gardening, the smart garden and the trend towards a natural and authentic looking design language. The three-day leading trade fair for the international garden industry runs until tomorrow, Tuesday.




| 4 September 2017

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