Hanging baskets blossom for millennials

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Hanging baskets blossom for millennials: How the garden favourite is back in with a younger generation who are posting their efforts on Instagram Wyevale Garden Centres has reported sales doubling between 2012 and 201 Customer survey shows almost 40 per cent of homes now have hanging baskets Petunias remain the most popular choice to grow in them They are also being used for a wider range of plants favoured by millennials, including chilli peppers, tomatoes and cacti

By Victoria Allen for the Daily Mail

Published: 00:43 GMT, 2 March 2019 | Updated: 00:43 GMT, 2 March 2019

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They are sometimes seen as relics of a gentler age, bringing a touch of greenery to town centres and pub doorways.

But now it seems hanging baskets are coming back into with a younger generation, who are posting their efforts on Instagram.

Wyevale Garden Centres has reported sales doubling between 2012 and 2019, with a survey of customers showing that almost 40 per cent of homes now have hanging baskets.

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