1. KEEPING IT LOW MAINTENANCE
More mess equals more stress is a saying that is not limited to the indoors, which is why a disheveled garden can leave homeowners feeling overwhelmed. Considering the busy world we live in, gardeners will be looking for ways to simplify their gardens in 2019.
2. INCLUDING FOOD IN LANDSCAPES OF ALL SIZES
Although growing food is by no means a new trend, it seems that now more than ever consumers have a vested interested in where their food comes from and how it’s being grown. And the ability to grow your own food is not limited to people with acres of land. Gardeners are finding that they can grow a surprising amount of food in limited space.
If you’re looking to try your hand at growing food but don’t think you have the room, consider:
3. MAKING BACKYARD STRUCTURES FOCAL POINTS
Some structures in the garden are necessary—sheds, walls, pool equipment boxes, etc. Since these are things you’ll see every day, why not make them beautiful? More gardeners will choose to make eye-catching structures the focal points of their gardens, rather than eyesores.
Try these creative ideas: