The Royal Horticultural Society has revealed its gardening trend predictions for 2021 — and comfort planting, lazy lawns and delphiniums are tipped to bloom.
With warmer weather on the horizon, now is the perfect time to slip on your gardening gloves and get to work on a planting scheme. Whether you have a large cottage garden or a small balcony space, there’s something in the trend report for everyone.
“2020 ushered in a period of experimental gardening – for those that picked up a trowel for the first time, opted to dabble with raising crops alongside ornamentals and trialled new ways of growing old favourites,” Guy Barter, RHS Chief Horticulturist, says.
“However, lawns and big blooms, long stalwarts of the garden, remain an important draw for UK gardeners as people continue to seek out the familiar during these less than familiar times.”
Take a look at some of the things to do in the garden this year…
1. Comfort planting
According to the RHS, 2021 will see gardeners create a beautiful space packed with colour….