It is not just wardrobes that will be overhauled for another year of trends. Along with interior design trends, the garden or backyard is another spot that gets to see a change in style for those who want to keep up with the latest styles.
As a gardener or landscaper, it can be useful to be able to present ideas to people who are not sure what exactly it is they are looking for and need a little guidance.
This piece is going to take a look at some of the garden styles you can expect to find in 2023 and what you could offer to your clients if they need some fresh garden inspiration.
Read on to discover how you can transform a backyard space with these trending styles.
A Cutting Garden
For those who love fresh flowers in every room of the house and have a patch of soil they are not sure what to do with, a cutting garden could be the perfect solution.
The idea of this is to choose flowers that can be cut and will grow back easily with little to no intervention, giving you limitless flowers to have for yourself inside or give away to friends and family. Think romantic cottage-core aesthetic.
What is great about this style of garden is that it can be done even in the smallest of spaces, such as in a pot on the balcony, so anyone can give it a try!
The Sanctuary Garden
Everyone needs respite from day-to-day life, and not everyone can jump on a plane to Greece to soak up the sun! The next best thing, of course, is to create a sanctuary garden to bring a taste of your vacation destination to your home.
The idea of a sanctuary garden is exactly as it sounds – a curated outside space where you can escape to whenever you want.
Your clients will usually have big visions about how they want their sanctuary garden to look, and usually, this will include lots of nooks, hideouts, and other meticulous landscaping.
Head over to arbourlandscapesolutions.co.uk to get the tools you need after working on their ideas with them.
A Boutique Garden
Many people now want to step into their back garden and be transported to somewhere that feels exclusive. For some, long gone are the days when a hammock and the classic white plastic recliners were seen as the height of sophistication. People now want a more lux look and feel. While this does focus on the layout of a garden and the plants that surround it, it is also about the furniture, sculptures, and accessories that all work together to make this more of an ‘experience’ than ‘just going into your back garden.’
Clients who want something like this will need someone dedicated to the process from start to finish, so a focus on high-quality pieces and complimentary plants and blooms will be a must, along with a placement that works and an ‘away from home’ feel.