5 Landscaping Trends in 2020: Ponds & Water Features Transitional & Contemporary Gardens Rooftop Gardens Vertical Gardens Container Gardening It’s hard to go wrong with container gardening. Believe me. There is nothing more flexible in gardening as growing stuff in pots. Once sowed, or planted, a pot can be moved Continue Reading
Vertical gardens not be complicated, so don’t be intimidated. The simplest vertical garden you can easily create is to hang a few potted plants on your wall and hey presto, you have a green living wall.
Apart from the aesthetics and tranquility such a rooftop garden offers, it also receives the most sun (and rain, if and when it happens) in the house, therefore it’s naturally the ideal location for your agricultural efforts. Take the opportunity to grow some easy crops like fruit and vegetables in raised planters on your rooftop.
A “modern” or “contemporary” design to me includes a translation of global issues and challenges fused with traditional aspects of landscape design, not merily austere or minimal as some might think.
In the series we’ll share our predictions of what we think the trend in landscaping in 2020 will be: the first of our predictions is that the importance of water features will be fully appreciated this year. From ponds to wall waterfalls to fountains. Why? Well consider this list of Continue Reading