Canadian horticulture is a vibrant and diverse industry. With over 120 varieties of fruit and vegetables—from apples to zucchini—grown in every region of Canada from Newfoundland to British Columbia, horticulture is the most varied sector of Canadian agriculture.
- Stats for potato production in Canada
- Stats for fruit production in Canada
- Stats for greenhouse vegetable production in Canada
- Stats for field vegetable production in Canada
- There are 14,922 horticulture farms in Canada.
- Fruit and vegetable farms produced over $5.4 billion in annual direct farm cash receipts in 2017
- Greenhouse farming produced $1.4 billion in direct farm cash receipts in 2017.
- The number one greenhouse vegetable crop, by value, is Tomatoes, worth $613 million in 2017.
- Canada's greenhouse production, by farm gate value, increased by 4% in 2017.
- Number of fruit farms in Canada: 7,845
- Total fruit farm gate value: $1,033,786,000
- Top commodity based on farm gate value: blueberries ($261,532,000)
- Canadian fruit marketed volume (metric tonnes): $955,616,000
- Fresh fruit exports in: $1,283,876,000