Better Homes and Gardens gurus share the top flower and gardening trends of 2022
All the latest gardening and outdoor entertaining trends to turn your backyard into your own slice of paradise.
As the mercury begins to fall and the chill of autumn and winter set in, avid garden aficionados will be rubbing their green thumbs together with glee. Keen garden lovers will begin planting for the spring season, while those who love to walk amongst the blooms can choose from the best flower shows and exhibits on during autumn, or go on a drive to see the foliage fall.
Seasoned Better Home and Gardens TV hosts Melissa King and Charlie Albone know a thing or two about garden trends. Renowned in their expert fields of horticulture and landscape design respectively, both have been excited about the return of garden events such as the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show (MIFGS), especially as “so many more people have gotten into gardening,” says Albone.
While the past two years had us spending more time and effort in our backyards than ever before, amongst the social renaissance of outdoor living and entertaining, here are the trends in flowers, outdoor living and garden design for the year ahead.