8 Garden Trends We'Re Saying Goodbye To In 2024 - Martin Baker Orthodontist

Brush stroke 8 garden trends were saying goodbye to in 2024

Nonpermeable hardscaping theres a better technique to collect water during precipitation events even if rain gardens and water barrel capture systems have luckily become the new standard in backyard landscaping

Swathplanting swathplanting is a landscaping technique where a single planting bed is filled with several of the same species of plant for visual effect in farming this practice is referred to as monoculture

Nonnative trees we genuinely adore olive trees however the orca designers would like to encourage us to think about native trees before we incorporate another mediterranean shrub into our landscape designs

Fake turf period if theres one thing we want to ask all of the house flippers out there it would be to quit using artificial turf as a selling point

Dominating play structures the lula design studio team would want to see less ostentatious plastic constructions placed as a single piece of equipment in the middle of the landscape

Plastic edging plastic edging is not only frequently installed incorrectly since it cannot unroll as neatly or straightly as other materials but it can also slip and unearth itself leading to weed crossing and unkempt borders

Front yard raised beds we recognize that space is often limited for gardening and we would much rather plant food in front yards rather than have a needless lawn

Colored mulch while mulch is known for its magical properties to all gardeners nectar landscape wants to see the vivid red mulch dyed disappear by 2024