Top Garden Trends for 2023

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At its heart, gardening is a long-term project. Plants don’t grow according to our plan; they grow at their own pace. However, this in no way means that you cannot follow the latest trends in gardening.

The gardening trends for this year are the result of the effects of global warming we have seen over the past couple of years. Heatwaves, outdoor living, rising costs, droughts and the need to take out time for self-care are all important things that will affect the garden trends for 2023.

Here is a look at some of the top garden trends for 2023.

Vertical Gardening

With a major chunk of the population living in urban spaces, a lot of people do not have a huge space to nurture a garden. That’s the reason why vertical gardening has been picked up over the last couple of years. It’s one of the biggest garden trends for 2023.

There’s no dearth of ideas when it comes to vertical gardening. Hanging baskets, traditional pots, living walls, trellis and shelving are all the ways you can consider when building a vertical garden.

Patterned Tiles

Patterned tiles have been popular in interior design. This year, we can expect them to make their presence felt in outdoor spaces. Distinctive tiles can be used to make a statement on your patio with geometric or symmetrical designs specifically customised for contemporary gardens.

Drought-Tolerant Plants

The heatwave we experienced in 2022 made many of us think hard about our gardens. As temperatures go up and rainfalls dry up, it’s important to choose plants carefully.

The year 2023 will see a growth in demand for drought-tolerant plants like long-flowering salvias. Such hard-working plants are not only drought-tolerant, but they are also important for pollinating wildlife and insects as well.

Water Conservation

This is another trend induced by the effects of climate change. However, it’s a great practice to follow 365 days of the year to build a garden sustainably.

Collecting and storing rainwater, growing plants that don’t need lot of water and efficient watering techniques are all some ways to keep water consumption low in the years to come.

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