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Biggest and Greenest Gardening Trends in 2021

Biggest and Greenest Gardening Trends in 2021

From balcony gardening to white gardens, these are the biggest gardening trends in 2021 every plant parent should watch out for!

Gardening has become one of the most popular hobbies this 2020, and we predict that it’s continuously going to grow by leaps and bounds in 2021. With lockdown 2.0 coming in 2021, it’s no surprise that we will be craving more green spaces. Even if there isn’t a nationwide second lockdown, our love of indoor gardening is absolutely here to stay. As a plant parent, it’s definitely interesting to learn the biggest gardening trends in 2021. Aside from knowing the houseplants that will be popular in 2021 and transforming empty walls into a beautiful plant wall, what gardening trends should you start looking forward to in 2021?

Balcony Gardening

Many city-dwellers are looking for smart ways to bring the outside into their homes. That’s why balcony gardening is set to be one of the most popular gardening trends in 2021. A space where you can relax and work with your plant babies.

Cottage Garden

Cozy English cottage-style design is the décor trend that is sweeping social media, so it’s not surprising that the cottage garden will be one of the gardening trends in 2021. If you want to achieve this style at home, choose delphiniums, foxgloves, poppies, roses, and sweet peas.

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Gray Garden

As Pantone’s 2021 Color of the Year, the calming gray will be making its way into the garden. Whether you opt for a complete gray garden or touches of gray through gardening tools and planters, there are many ways you can bring this gardening trend into your home.

Inside Outside

According to the research conducted by the team at Love The Garden, the inside-outside garden trend is all about creating flow from your inside space to your outdoor space, so one naturally flows into the other. Create your own inside-outside garden by adding a comfy plush sofa with pillows and tons of potted plants. Spruce up the space with string lights.

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Permaculture Gardening

Love The Garden team shared with Country Living that permaculture gardening means “permanent agriculture,” which means working with natural forces (sun, water, and wind) to provide food, shelter, water, and whatever else your garden needs. Consider planting annual vegetables like beans, peas, peppers, squash, and tomatoes.

Raised Garden Beds

One of the gardening trends in 2021 that will be useful if you’re stuck on space is raised garden beds. You can care for your plants much easier. Plus, you can control your soil better and reduce soil compaction.

Tiny Garden

In just a few weeks, we will be welcoming 2021. However, there’s no guarantee that it’s going to be pandemic free. So one of the gardening trends is creating a tiny garden. It could be as simple as decorating the area with a few pots of flowers and a rocking chair. The goal is to make the most of what you do have, regardless of size.

White Garden

Creating a dazzling white garden with bright white furniture will be one of the gardening trends in 2021. The key to achieving this look is to choose a dark backdrop and different eye-catching white flowers to fill the space.

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Wild Garden

Gone are the days of meticulous garden maintenance, mowing, and pruning. One of the biggest gardening trends in 2021 is the wild garden. Love The Garden team shared that wild gardens are brilliant for creating a haven for bees, butterflies, and hedgehogs to thrive.

Windowsill Gardening

Lastly, a windowsill garden is perfect for growing plants that will add a little something extra to your cooking, such as baby beetroot, chili, herbs, kale, onion, pea shoots, and spinach.

We hope that these gardening trends will inspire you to get your green thumbs ready, regardless of your home’s size. Check out our Plant Care blog to learn more about different houseplants and tips on how to keep your plants alive and healthy.

Whatever houseplant you choose to transform your home into a lively oasis, you’ll definitely need a stylish planter to display your plant baby in. No matter what your style, there’s an Omysa planter that will be perfect with your garden and home’s décor. From ceramics to fiberstone, check out Omysa’s Shop and add it to your cart!

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