Greenery took the front positions even at the beginning of the year thanks to Pantone. Here is what the experts suggest, so that we could make our gardens an even more wonderful space for the long summer days. A few trendy ideas.
Romance in the form of veils, dramatic volume and an ocean of pink literally flooded the Paris fashion shows this season. But it doesn’t stay just there and quite confidently, it takes over the garden, as well. This way it is going to become lusher, more colourful, with the peonies, rose bushes and multi-coloured tulips being the highlights.
“Wild and free” is this year’s slogan, with which the experts are looking for naturally looking combinations that do not require daily mowing. Cane grass or other tall golden grasses, and even wild flowers are seen as highlighted elements in gardens.
The plant in the spotlight
Unlike previous summers, when outdoor spaces were showered with plants of all sorts, now it is quite the contrary. Trends are focusing on one sole flower pot where you could plant a citrus tree, a large shrub, or lavender stems.
The power of the stone
Just as it applies to food, so it does to gardens and they restore to their natural and sustainable origins. We are about to witness an abundance of stones and pieces of rocks, paired with natural materials and free-growing plants.
From rich textiles and soft upholstery to fun activities and games, relaxation spots would be much better considered, energised and provoking life outside during this season. Enticing, isn’t it?
Text: Ivayla Vlahova