Garden Trends for 2024 to Look Out For
15.12.2023 - 14:07
As 2023 winds down and gardening activities slow down a bit, what else is there to do but dream of what we can achieve in 2024?! Like every year, we’re keen on following top gardening trends to help you grow the garden of your dreams.
Here’s what we know (so far) could be trending in 2024, helping you plan your spring or even your summer garden display.
First of all, what on earth is an edimental? To put it simply, an edimental plant is both an edible and ornamental plant that’ll add months of interest to your garden. They’re usually low maintenance and hardier to the elements. This includes plants like asparagus, currants, gooseberries, fruit trees and even shrubs.
Natural planting schemes
It’s no secret that gardeners have had a keen interest in naturalistic displays over the last few years – with no waver in sight. Natural displays concentrate on growing native plants, which naturally occur in our landscape, to get the authentic cottage garden display. With plants like viper's bugloss, primroses, honeysuckle, and even forget-me-nots to grow in the garden, your display certainly won’t be void of colour!
Drought tolerant plants
The last few years have seen rising temperatures over summer, with the need to adapt our gardens becoming more apparent year after year. As summers get much warmer than before, it’s important to know which plants to grow in your garden that will withstand heat and drought with finesse. Plants like Salvia, Osteospermum, Geums, and hardy geraniums are great examples of plants to grow in a sunny spot over summer, without needing to constantly water them.
Plants for pollinators
Giving pollinators a spot to unwind has been, and will continue to be, at the forefront of most garden