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Garden Trends 2021

Garden Trends 2021

With Spring just around the corner, now is the time to hatch plans and put into place all those fabulous ideas you have been incubating for making the most of your garden this Spring/Summer.

The trend for outside living and entertaining looks set to continue so we are looking at some inspiring and beautiful options to set you on your path to your perfect and gorgeous garden!

Inspirational small spaces, wild flower gardens and raised beds look set to dominate ……….

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Embrace nature and bring functional space alive using plants, rustic seating and lighting – just add fabulous friends or candles for a meal for 2. We love ferns, eucalyptus and for scents, jasmine, honeysuckle and lavender.

Wild flower gardens

Wild flower gardens are currently trending, particularly for those who are nature conscious. They provide a veritable haven for bees, butterflies and hedgehogs. You can opt for wild meadow turf or seed mix/balls – very low maintence and very beautiful

Bring the inside out

We are loving our outside spaces during lockdown and these are being enjoyed as extensions of our own homes – blending colours and vibes. Create living areas with sofas/cushions and plants – flowing effortlessly from inside to outside

Small gardens

Making the most of your space with inspired plant choices is key. For the small garden the secret is making the space look bigger. Add interest by layering, add pathways and create specific zones. Choose long flowering perennials, evergreen and climbers

Raised garden beds

Raised garden beds are a great option to consider if you're stuck on space. You can grow many annuals straight from seed in your raised bed – following instructions carefully. Great for herb gardens too!

The Colour Grey

We love this calming hue - hugely popular inside the home, it has also been making its way into the garden, too. Consider grey patio paving, fence paint, gravel, or garden path, there are many ways to tap into one of 2021's biggest trends.

Cottage gardens

The charming cottage garden will always endure – you simply cannot beat the quitessential English Country Garden. Let your imagination run wild . A BEAUTIFUL array of colour,scent  and texture from  roses, foxgloves, poppies, sweet peas, and delphiniums…..

We hope you are feeling inspired!!

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