Garden trends from 2021 that you can see at the Garden Center

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According to Ken Lain and the Watters Garden Center, 2021 Garden Trends:

  1. Garden trends are expected to increase this spring.
  2. Outdoor lifestyle trends and catalog for 2021.
  3. Forecast for houseplants and flowers.
  4. What garden design styles can you find at the garden center this year.
  5. Gardeners are breaking the internet with 2 million views.

Unless you lived under a rock, 2020 was, to put it mildly, an unprecedented year. Despite the problems caused by COVID, home stay orders have created a huge demand for gardening.

In 2020, an estimated 18 million new gardeners nationwide entered the category. This trend is expected to continue in 2021 and increase. The number of new customers at the Watters Garden Center in Prescott grew by 21%, and demand has already increased this spring.

In 2020, we saw double-digit growth in everything from fruit trees and berries to tomatoes, pepper and pumpkin, and there has been a noticeable increase in the number of heritages and organic varieties. In 2021, the primary garden interest will be a mixture of edible plants, vegetables and herbs, ornamentals and houseplants.

As the spring planting season begins, in 2021, five different trends will be noticed in the horticultural center.

Gardening for immunity
Vitamin-rich edible foods improve well-being and strengthen a healthy immune system. Healthy, organic food is as vital to local gardeners as it has been in recent years. Planting an immune garden improves the health that is taken directly from your garden. In the safe air and activities of COVID, nutrient-rich fruits and vegetables support the overall health and well-being of the gardener.

Joyful gardens
The new flower colors and scents will bring joy, happiness and laughter to our home by 2021. Flower gardens bring the baby out of us. These new varieties are easier to grow than ever before. Many fresh hydrangeas will be witnessed this spring, such as the Serenade Hydrangea blooming in the purple watters. Back in this week, the organ and forsythia of 2021 arrived at the beginning of the flowering period.

Meat-free Monday
The growing trend of plant-based foods will accelerate in 2021. If you grow a lot of vegetables in your own garden, you have instant access to fresh ingredients and can enjoy a satisfying meal at home any day of the week.

Quiet gardens
Homes are now full of full-time work, with kids learning to wrestle online and the stress of isolation. The garden is a quiet place where time relaxes. In addition to the hustle and bustle indoors, there is some need to relax outdoors. It is possible to create a relaxed environment where the gardener can meditate, meditate, liven up and relax.

World grass garden
International travel has skyrocketed. Although we don’t travel physically, fresh herbs allow the senses to travel to exotic places around the world. The world’s herb gardens inspire trotting on the ground without leaving the yard. Bright, percussive, aromatic herbs from all over the world are easy to grow. Herbs like Thai basil, lemongrass, fennel and coriander grow quickly and add an exotic flavor to any organic food or tea.

Online shopping stays here
Online shopping in 2020 saw huge growth in every industry.
Top10Plants.com was launched in 2020 to mimic things at the Watters Garden Center, and something really interesting happened. Only 5% of Watters ’sales come from online orders, but many more gardeners use it as a research tool or as a gardeners’ shopping list.

This week, we ordered 10 Barnyard fertilizers and a 20 # bag of Watters fruit and vegetable food from a North Carolina person online. They also have a prescott home, so they paid for the online order and it was taken away by their gardener. Interestingly, we find that local gardeners search for local plants and make a shopping list on the site, but they never pay for them online. The next day we see them at the horticultural center to smell and touch the plants they are examining and then buy them directly from the physical horticultural center. The hybrid online experience stays here.

Garden courses from afar
The Watters Garden Center typically accommodates 50 to 100 students during spring garden hours, which has changed. We currently host 20-30 gardeners at the Horticultural Center, and more than 200 students broadcast the lesson live via the Watters YouTube channel, Twitteror Facebook pages. Last year, 2 million people watched Watters YouTube videos, and we just exceeded 10,000 podcast downloads. Watters has been home gardening for 59 years, and we would never have dreamed that online learning would be so popular. The hybrid online learning experience stays here.

February Gardening classes Every Saturday at the Watters Garden Center.

on February 13 at 9:30 a.m. ~ Mountain fruit trees and heavy harvesting.
on February 20 at 9:30 a.m. ~ Gardening for newbies.
on February 27 at 9:30 a.m. ~ Early flowering evergreens.

Until next week, I’ll be helping locals find their own trends at the Watters Garden Center.

This article was written by Ken Lain. You can find it all week at the Watters Garden Center, 1815 W. Iron Springs Rd, Prescott, or contact WattersGardenCenter.com or Top10Plants.com..

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