People are seeking more green and beautiful spaces in quarantine time. Let's take a look at the top 10 new gardening trends for indoor and outdoor spaces next year.
No matter what size a balcony, colourful flowers or green leaves can change the appearance enormously. Some people are setting out to turn it into their own little green oasis. Also changing the concept for a balcony can refresh the living space.
For people who do not have a balcony, a window space is a nice alternative and a great example of an indoor plant trend. A windowsill garden is also suited to plants used in cooking, such as herbs, chilli, kale, baby beetroot, pea shoots, onion or spinach and can be combined with coloured flowers such as Verbena and Impatiens.
This trend is all about choosing plants to flow from inside to outside, creating a transition between the living space and outside. Some of the best indoor/outdoor plant trends are Begonias, Geraniums, Caladium, Boxwood and Myrtle.
People who live in a small or medium space may still want to have their own garden, so a ‘tiny garden’ makes a great solution. It’s a way to make the space look bigger: a tiny garden can use a vertical design or long-flowering perennials, evergreens and climbers.
Raised garden beds
Raised garden beds are an ideal option for people stuck for space. Moreover, they can easily control the soil, reduce soil compaction and care for the plants more conveniently. It makes owners feel like farmers in the city.
For those who really like natural growth, starting a wild garden is an option. As its name suggests, wild flowers such as Cornflower, Wild poppy, Fritillaria meleagris, Ox-eye daisy or wild plants such as Chickweed, Plantain are ideal. This outdoor trend can attract insects, or birds to create a wild effect for the garden.
This concept is defined as “farming" using natural elements like the wind, sun, and water to provide food and nourishment for outdoor gardens. As a ‘farmer’, customers can grow vegetables like beans, peas, tomatoes, peppers and squash.
This colour concept is suitable for people who love having a bright corner in their living space. There are many white flowers - Plant phlox, Dahlias and Echinacea - that can be combined with rustic garden decoration or rattan and wicker furniture.
Opposite to the white garden concept, is the grey garden trend. It's not about the colour of the plants but the accessories and interiors of the grey garden. This trend makes plants more attractive. For example, purple flowers like lavender can create a colour-pop.
This distinct style is not hard to do when choosing to grow varieties of rose, primula and foxglove. The characteristic of this garden trend is grace, charm and an idyllic space to enjoy.
So those are some of the top home-gardening trends as we head towards 2021. Think about the supplies available wholesale online to help consumers make the most of these urban gardens and indoor plant trends.