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04 Feb: 2019 Gardening Trends

The New Year is upon us. It’s time for a new chapter and what better way to start the New Year than in the garden?

2019 is the year for you to get your hands dirty and turn your garden into a tranquil oasis where you can escape the stresses of daily life and take a breath.

Here are some green tips to get you started to a more peaceful space while you connect with nature:

  1. Take the outdoors indoors

Indoor plants are a great way to add some vibrancy to your home. It will not only provide a gorgeous focal point, but will also add a calming effect that only nature can do.

  1. Insect friendly plants

Your garden should not only be an oasis for yourself but for nature as well. Plant insect friendly plants that encourages some friendly creatures to share your garden with you. Garden Master has a range of herb and flower seeds that do just the trick to invite bees and other insects into your garden. Try planting mint, oregano and lavender as a start. Not only will the bees be happy but your garden will smell inviting to yourself and guests.

  1. Waste not, want not

The overwhelming amount of waste in the world is cause for concern and you can do your part by ensuring that you go green in your home. One of the ways you can do this is to plant your own fruit and veg. This will not only add colour and beauty to your garden, but you will be able to use the produce in the kitchen and do your part in using the waste to create your own compost.

  1. Small spaces

The number of families downsizing into apartments with smaller gardens or even balconies only does not mean you have to suffer without the beauty of nature in your surrounds. Use the Garden Master stackable pot to create a feature without taking up to much space. Plant vibrant flowers and herbs in the pots to create a real eye catcher.

  1. Low Maintenance

With the added stresses of day to day life, a low maintenance garden is all you need to ensure you have the desired space that you require with little or no effort. Go for succulents and indigenous plants which are not only trendy but can make for a beautiful and tranquil space for you to enjoy.

 

These are just a few tips from Garden Master to help you to enjoy your time in your garden and making the most of the space that you have.

 

Happy gardening.

 

 

 

 

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