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Top Garden Trends for 2020

As new design styles and ideas for our outdoor spaces become popular, and we’re ready to turn them into a stylish extension of our homes. These are the top garden trends to add more creativity to your home.

Houseplants

Especially as in recent months, everyone is spending more time inside, and getting more succulent plants and making houseplants apart of your home. No matter the size of their space, owners of homes and flats are finding creative ways to incorporate plants, flowers and even different foods into their space.

Houseplants are continuing to get more and more popular as people recognize their mood-enhancing effects and contributions to décor. As well, having houseplants in your home introduce many psychological benefits.

When adding Indoor plants to your home, they offer two potential benefits, which is shown by data, for us which are improved psychological well-being and improved physical human health. A 2005 study found that people were less nervous and anxious when they were in a work environment that included indoor plants or a view of nature.

Sustainable Gardens

Though sustainable gardening isn’t new, we are happy to see that it’s a movement that continues to gain traction with it reducing your carbon footprint. One more way to garden sustainably is through composting your garden plants.

When composting your garden, there is also the added benefit of It provides your plants with the nutrients they need to thrive and being able to reduce your carbon footprint whilst doing so.

 

 

Doing It Yourself

Whether it is a handing garden and basket or creative ways to enhance your garden, there are many ways to enhance your garden yourself creatively.

When creating hanging baskets and gardens, the tiers on this hanging garden were constructed of rain gutters, making creating this beautiful feature an inexpensive endeavour. This is a creative way to add plants, flowers and even different types of foods to your garden.

Adding fencing to your garden can sometimes be boring, so why not add certain foods to grow on your lattice fencing?

 

Water Features

When designed and creating water features, they can really make your garden, and even your home, when it is done correctly. If you’re thinking about adding water features, they come in all shapes and sizes, from a simple trickling fountain to a full-blown pond.

When choosing water features, Fountains and decorative features are usually down to your own individual taste, but ponds will have all sorts of practical considerations, especially if you have other additions such as Fish.

When adding water features and decorations to your garden, you can also create sections and walkways for your garden which are based on the areas of your additional water features. If you add fencing and arches to your garden, you add that extra bit of creativity and made the features stand out that bit more!

Growing Food, Plants and Flowers

When starting a garden, it can be one of the most rewarding things you can do. Whether you are planting fragrant and colourful florals or start a vegetable garden, or possibly both, it can be beneficial to everyone from getting their hands a little dirty.

When choosing which plants you want to grow in your garden, Many plants, such as lettuce and sunflowers, are easy to grow from seed directly in the garden.

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