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5 Key Garden Trends To Look Out For In 2022

by | Jan 24, 2022 | Uncategorised

As we enter into the New Year we thought we would keep you up to date with what we think are going to be the 5 key trends for garden design in 2022.



1. Re-Wilding

During last years lockdowns many of us felt the theraputic effects of gardening and with that in mind we predict garden designs will concentrate more on making an area of ‘Nature’ rather than the constructed or structural space. Look out for natural products such as stone or wood with natural earthy colours and textures as we begin to appreciate the imperfect and embrace their ever changing nature.

2. Curves

Next on our list is curves. Curves are going to be big this year as we look to veer away from the clean contemporary look from the past few years. Curves, if used right can soften the harshest of spaces by mimicing natures fluidity and new products on the market such as Flexible Stone Veneers and Cedar batterns help make this possible. Call a member of our team to find out more.

3. Grow your own

Certainly not the newest trend of the moment but one that is sure to grow even further in 2022. From wanting to educate our children on food sources to having our own sustainable organic fruit and vegetables, there will be further expansion within this sector as we look to use both indoor and outdoor mini growhouses to be able to grow year round maximising usable space in the garden.

4. All Year Round Gardening

One thing the pandemic has shown us is that even in the UK’s climate we can still enjoy our gardens all year round. Over the past 2 years we have been transforming our gardens, big or small with the intent on using them all year round. From outdoor cinema areas, to outdoor kitchens and bars to socialise with friends and family, to repurposed summer houses and sheds that are now offices or spaces of relaxation, new products such as outdoor kitchens, patio heaters and fire pits are making our time more comfortable and enabling us to spend more time outside.

5. Living Walls

Living walls are quickly becoming a great way of softening hard landscaping and furnishings as well as becoming immersed in nature. No longer seen as an outdoor product, both indoor and outdoor living walls have become increasingly more popular due to their versatililty and ease of use. Whether it’s an indoor herb kitchen garden or green living room wall, technological advances now allow for incorporated grow lights and humidifiers to cope with todays busy society leaving us with improved air quality and energy levels.