For many people living in this hectic world, the garden is their one true sanctuary. It’s a place where you can reconnect with the world and etch out your own little corner of paradise.
Of course, not everyone has a big garden, but for those of us who love our gardening, even the smallest space can become our little version of Eden.
Like any year, 2020 brings us new gardening trends for spaces big and small, and though its winter now, it’s the perfect time to start planning for what your garden is going to look like in the year to come. To help you with your planning, here are 5 gardening trends to look for in 2020.
Watching your own fruit and veg grow in front of your very eyes is an amazing feeling for any gardener. You might think you need a big space to create your own allotment, but it’s not the case.
You can get amazing patio fruit trees that will fit any space and allow you to enjoy the fruits of your hard work in the garden.
Turn your garden into something out of a story book with a hidden space that offers tranquillity and relaxation. Again, you don’t need a massive garden to do this, just some strategic planning and well-placed bushes.
A hidden garden can be the perfect place to sit back and enjoy the sun while you read through a book in peace, away from the hustle and bustle of daily life.
Will a wonderfully green lawn ever go out of fashion? Probably not. You can’t beat the feel of soft grass beneath your toes and the smell of fresh cut grass in the air, however, it’s not always easy to keep your lawn looking healthy and green.
If your lawn is looking like it’s seen its best days, then it could be worth reseeding it with high quality seeds from someone like Nature’s Seed. It’s one of those gardening projects that takes a little bit of effort but is well worth it when you finish with a beautiful lawn.
When the weather is good you want to enjoy as much of it as possible and what better way than with an outdoor kitchen? Outdoor kitchens are becoming more and more popular, offering great spaces to host gets and make the most of your garden.
When you’ve got an outdoor kitchen, it’s almost like you’ve got an extra room in your house and it allows you to maximize your time in the garden.
Of course, you will need a slightly bigger space for this, but outdoor kitchens come in all shapes and sizes, so there are plenty of options to choose from.
Important insects such as bees have been in decline in recent years, and your garden is the ideal opportunity to create a habitat that’s going to help them thrive.
By planting pollinator-friendly flowers such as Lavender, Honeysuckle, and Geraniums, you can add life to your garden and help attract these important creatures.