Ten Garden Design Trends 2019 List
This Ten Garden Design Trends 2019 list is perfect for anyone looking for fresh garden landscaping ideas. If you’re about to invest in transforming your outdoor space, you must read this Ten Garden Design Trends 2019 List first.
Alfresco Socialising: Conran has pinpointed a trend for 2019 called ‘Sobremesa’. This is a Spanish word meaning time spent socialising after a meal and enjoying a digestive. Take this trend into your garden and enjoy leisurely alfresco meals with your family and friends. The garden design will include a large area dedicated to entertaining with an outdoor kitchen or barbecue area if you have the space. The dining table will be rustic wood paired with natural woven seating. Key colours for decorating the alfresco dining table will be orange, emerald green and blue.
Bee Friendliness: If the bees aren’t buzzing then we have a problem. Do your bit to help the environment and keep the bees happy. Plant bee-friendly flowers such as lavender, rhododendrons, white clover and heather. Bees are attracted to colour so keep this in mind when you are planting your flower beds. Try not to use pesticides in your garden. You can also buy a little wooden bee house which you can secure to a fence.
Green Consciousness: Environmentally friendly gardens are always of interest. Green roofs on sheds, garages and garden structures will be popular. In Chicago, the city has introduced a Green Roof Program which has encouraged businesses and to cover their roofs in plants. Using recycled or environmentally friendly materials is an important consideration in new garden landscaping designs. You can do you bit by leaving your plastic plant pots at the garden centre and taking your plants home in hessian sacks.
Vegan Living: : Veganism has gained in popularity and it’s time to take this into the garden. This includes avoiding the use of pesticides and any animal-based materials, for examples, no leather garden chairs. Organic vegetables, herbs and bee-friendly flowers are perfect for planting. Welcoming natural wildlife into your garden with bird feeding and bee homes are ideas to consider. The use of a water butt and composting are perfect ways to help your garden grow naturally.