Top 10 trends in villa landscape design in 2020 (2)

6、Use some unexpected elements in your villa landscape design

In floral design, items not traditionally used for arrangement, such as twigs, leaves, dried seed heads, fruit, etc., have become increasingly popular. And it's likely that you already have something unique that truly reflects the season, right in your own backyard. By using these things that you only have around you, you can not only create something gorgeous, but we believe that walking the door and seeing your plants with fresh eyes is a refreshing pursuit that is good for the soul. If possible, we recommend bringing your little ones from home for this event. They are often very good at thinking outside the box and finding beauty in unexpected places!

Using just a few plants and materials from your own cottage garden, you can create a very wonderful flower arrangement.

7. Crops can also be an integral part of your garden landscape

While growing crops in your own cottage garden is by no means a new trend, and kitchen gardens are nothing new, it seems that now more than ever, people care about where their food comes from and how it is grown. It is not necessary to own large tracts of land in order to grow your own crops. In fact, it is possible to grow an amazing amount of food in a limited space as long as we make reasonable arrangements while landscaping the villa.

If you want to try growing food, but feel space is limited, consider the following suggestions.

Start by adding a jar to the front porch or back porch.
Research can incorporate ornamental foods that you currently grow and design.
Hanging planters in front of eaves or kitchen windows.
Maximize space by hanging planters on vertical walls or shelves.

You can make the most of the space in the villa garden by planting edible herbs, strawberries, peppers, flowers and fruit trees. And best of all, it doesn't take away from the beauty of your villa garden.

8. Eco-friendly

There is a growing awareness that villa gardens are more than just a beautiful looking piece of land, and that we should also take into account how friendly the garden is to the surrounding environment.

The construction of an eco-friendly villa garden can start with the following.

Learn how to make your cottage garden a habitat for small wildlife to benefit wildlife and encourage your neighbours to do the same.
Share your excess fresh produce with your neighbours to foster a sense of community.
Use natural methods to weed and control garden pests such as grubs and Japanese beetles.
Planting plants that attract pollinators such as butterflies and bees.
It is well known that the marley tendon (Asclepias tuberosa) is called butterfly grass and is well suited to attract butterflies.

But according to biologist Doug Tallamy, it also supports the reproduction of other pollinators that can keep your cottage garden healthy and provide valuable nectar for many native bees and butterflies.

9. Growing various types of plants indoors

Finding creative ways to bring green indoors, especially in the winter or living in an urban environment is a big trend. For houseplants, it's crucial to grow key aspects like lighting, pests, and care, but you also want to make sure they look great too. In Leslie Halleck's book, Gardening Under the Lights, she writes, "Growing plants and food indoors doesn't have to be utilitarian; it can be a beautiful practice that integrates into our living spaces and lifestyles."

Maximizing the use of indoor plants by displaying them in various ways.
Planting larger plants in pots on the floor.
(b) Planting plants that can hang on high shelves, ledges or tall furniture.
Plant anti-toxin plants in your bedroom as part of the living room.
With proper plant selection and some grow lights, even the darkest corners of the home can be nourished with plants.
Growing plants indoors will liven up the space and give it a more upscale feel.

10, choose the right outdoor furniture

As with the interior, outdoor furniture is a very important part of the villa's landscape design in addition to the plants. There is a lot of outdoor furniture to choose from, however unfortunately some of it is...very poor quality. When you have an ample budget for outdoor furniture, try to choose products that are weather resistant and quality, these products will be more durable. There's nothing like a classic iron bench next to a rose garden or a sturdy recliner with a fade-resistant fabric that you can use year after year.

Here are some suggestions about buying outdoor furniture.

It is important to choose outdoor furniture that is of good quality, stands the test of time and is functional.
If you're a DIYer, why not make an outdoor piece of furniture yourself? You will create an heirloom that will be passed down from generation to generation.
Buying furniture from specialist retailers or manufacturers rather than from large stores.
Make sure the furniture is comfortable and visually appealing.
This is a handmade outdoor chair. There is more satisfaction and happiness when you yourself are more involved in the renovation of the villa garden.

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