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Hottest Gardening Trends of 2022: Stylistic & Sustainable

Posted: Tuesday August 2, 2022

What are the biggest garden trends for 2022? There are lots of great things happening in garden design — and with summer underway, you’ll want to get in on some of these trends so that you can enjoy them throughout the rest of the year. Let’s take a look at current garden trends so you know what to look forward to.

1. Comfortable, Livable Outdoor Spaces

Outdoor living spaces have been trending for quite a long time now — but over the years, this trend has evolved quite a lot. What’s the current flavor? These days, it’s all about creating something a little like an outdoor living room. The goal is to bring the indoors outside through elements like cozy seating and outdoor fireplaces.

2. Herb Gardening

Herb gardening in home and garden trends — and it’s driven by a couple of factors. People are becoming more interested in growing their own food, and many herbs are easy to grow, making them a desirable part of a starter garden.

An herb garden fits into the popular cottagecore trend taking the home industry by storm. While the focus of much of the trend is on indoor spaces, outdoor spaces can be just as important. Herb gardens have a lot of charm and appeal in addition to their practical uses, not to mention the pleasant scents they provide. The various leaves of different herbs also add variety and texture to the garden at large.

3. Sustainable Gardening

Sustainable gardening has held a place among top gardening trends for a few years, but much like outdoor living spaces, it’s a trend that is changing with time. Today, this trend focuses on things like “meadow gardens,” which are gardens featuring plenty of nectar-rich plants to feed birds and pollinators.

Bringing wildlife back to the backyard is the biggest part of this trend, which means it includes landscaping not only to attract birds and pollinators, but also measures such water features to attract amphibians.

4. Colorful Foliage

The biggest among modern trendy garden design themes are those themes that use foliage as part of the outdoor decor. You can amplify garden aesthetics with bi-colored and multi-colored leaves in conjunction with or instead of flowers. Dark foliage is also popular among new trends in gardening because it tends to stand out among the more typical lighter shades of green that most plants feature.

5. Out with the Lawn, In with Hardscape

Hardscaping is interesting among gardening trends because it’s one of few that focuses on less gardening — or less green in the landscape, anyway. With this trend, homeowners are replacing grass with materials like gravel, stone or brick. Why? In many cases, it’s because mowing, watering, fertilizing, reseeding, weed control — all of it creates too much upkeep.

And, surprising as it sounds, in many areas, grass is less naturalistic than hardscape. In dry or desert climates, for example, grassy areas are not common in natural habitats — but stony landscapes might feature quite prominently.

Those are some of the biggest garden trends in 2022 — and if you want to try them in your own yard, you’ll likely need the right tools to get started. Power Planter’s garden augers can prove invaluable whether you’re planting new plants, mixing soil or making other upgrades to your landscape.

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