It might feel like 2017 just started, but here at Garden Media Group, we are working hard on our 2018 Garden Trends Report. Since we’re looking into the future, we have decided to give you an exclusive sneak peek at some of the biggest trends we’re predicting for next year.
The secret is all in the pitch.
Continue reading to learn how to create a perfect pitch.
For Today’s trending thursday post, we’re taking a look back to 2006 where we elevated container gardening to the next level.
The “potscaping” trend emerged as gardeners no longer wanted limit their container creations to the patio or back porch. While their “recopies” we’re contained in pots, the locations of where they could place them were wide open.
Postscaping quickly evolved from a porch trend to an unstoppable landscape trend.
Continue reading to learn more about the potscaping trend.
In this week’s Trending Thursday post, we’re reflecting a decade into the past when people started to recognize – and then alter – "reckless” habits.
As the country started to embrace holistic, natural options when it came to products and food, people started to pay attention to what was happening below the surface of their garden.
Consumers realized that the path to healthy plants started in the ground.
Reckless gardening was out and safe gardening was in.
Continue reading to learn more about the Safe Gardening trend.
It’s that wonderful time of year when we come together to celebrate the all extraordinary things - and people - in our lives that we give thanks to all-year-round.
This year has been an exciting one for Garden Media, as we worked with new clients, promoted campaigns that we truly believed in and surrounded ourselves with the best people around.
Our team is overflowing with thanks and gratitude. To you, our reader, thanks for always checking in and commenting. To our top-of-the-line clients, thank you for striving to be the best in class. And to our families, near and far - thank you – we'd be lost without you!
Continue reading to see who our team is thankful for this year.
For today’s Trending Thursday post, we’re taking a look into the not-so-distant past of 2014 where we
first identified decorating outdoors as a top trend.
Social trends like lawn games, outdoor TV's, glamping and lawn parties inspired the gardening world – and consumers – to decorate the outdoors like any other room. Gardens quickly became an extension of the home.
Continue reading to learn more about the Dress Up Your Yard trend.
For today’s Trending Thursday post, we’re taking a look back to 2011 where we first identified indoor gardening as an emerging trend.
Though the concept of owning and maintaining indoor plants wasn’t new, we began to recognize that houseplants had more than just a pretty face - they were also keeping us healthy in a variety of ways.
Continue reading to learn more about the indoor gardening trend.
For today’s Trending Thursday post, we’re looking back at 2013 where we first identified The Year of Bliss trend in the garden industry.
In 2013, we noted that consumers were fed up with complexities of modern life and turned to spirituality in an attempt to find deeper meaning.
This idea ignited demand for garden products that were “created by those who care, for those who care.”
The Year of Bliss inspired gardeners to get in touch with nature and hasn’t stopped since. Here’s how the concept has shaped the garden industry for the last three years.
Continue reading to learn more about The Year of Bliss trend.
The backyard and kitchen counter have a lot in common this year; they’re both ideal places to grow.
New changes in indoor gardening technology combined with an ever increasing demand for clean food means it’s easier than ever to garden 365 days-a-year.
Continue reading to learn more about the top trends for 2017.
You know by now that the precious resources trend puts water at the forefront of all things related to the garden. People are making small changes in the landscape that have a big impact on the Earth.
Here’s a look into the essence of what makes this trend popular.