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Vancouver’s Hawthorne Gardening Co.: Net sales down 31%

Indoor gardening supplier will tighten belt in response to decline

By Sarah Wolf, Columbian staff writer
Published: April 20, 2023, 6:03am
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Workers assemble products and packaging in the manufacturing department at Hawthorne Gardening Co. in 2021. The company, which announced two layoffs at its Vancouver operation last year, recently reported a 31 percent loss in net sales.
Workers assemble products and packaging in the manufacturing department at Hawthorne Gardening Co. in 2021. The company, which announced two layoffs at its Vancouver operation last year, recently reported a 31 percent loss in net sales. (The Columbian files) Photo Gallery

Amid a struggling cannabis industry, Vancouver’s hydroponics and indoor gardening supplier Hawthorne Gardening Co. has reported a 31 percent loss in net sales.

The company, which is owned by Ohio-based ScottsMiracle-Gro, is headquartered at 3204 N.W. 38th Circle in Vancouver.

“While Hawthorne continues to manage through a challenging market, we are committed to returning the business to profitability by the end of this fiscal year,” ScottsMiracle-Gro chairman and CEO Jim Hagedorn said in the company’s February quarterly report.

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