2023 Gardening Trends

2023 gardening trends

2023 is truly underway and we are already seeing the influential gardening trends that our fellow Australians are taking up in their gardens. The trends that we have seen so far are indicating that the growing shift towards mindfulness, practicality, and gardening for enjoyment are here to stay for another year, and if we are being honest, we hope these trends will stay for years to come.  

The Gardening Trends That Are Going To Define This Year

If you are looking to give your yard a bit of a makeover and want to follow this year’s emerging gardening trends, or simply are just curious as to what this year has in store for green thumbs, we have got you sorted.

Sustainable Gardens

This year we think that we are going to see even more people get on board with the trend of creating their own sustainable gardens. Sustainability is becoming one of the most important initiatives in the world today. And we just think it makes sense that more and more people are getting involved with it by trying to make their gardens as sustainable as possible, whether it is by changing their equipment, tools, or what they are planting. One of the best parts about this — asides from the positive impact on the planet — is that you still have a stunning garden!

Vertical Gardens

This year gardens are going up. Vertical gardens are by far one of the most brilliant gardening trends we have seen in so long. We love them because they fit in pretty much any space and add such life to wherever they are placed. It doesn’t matter if you live on an acreage or in a quaint apartment, a vertical garden is going to look wonderful inside, or outside of your home.


It is looking like 2023 might be the year of the glow-up. It looks like more people this year are looking to improve their gardens bit by bit rather than opting for a full-blown renovation.

Regenerative Gardens

This style of gardening is very mindful of ensuring that your carbon footprint is minimal and that you are not using hard chemicals for your plants and soils. Rather, one of the faster growing trends we have seen is people looking at their gardens more holistically and ensuring that their trees, plants, lawns, and soil are all healthy and living symbiotically.


Herbs are making a comeback and we are all here for it. Not only is it incredibly practical and efficient being able to go and grow some fresh herbs for your cooking, but the gardens themselves look gorgeous. If you love this you might even want to try your hand at growing your own winter vegetables.

Climate Resilience

As the climate is changing around us, so too are people’s approaches to gardening. A growing trend is to plant and plan your planting around the plants being resilient. This may be done by using plants, trees, and flowers that know how to survive unpredictable weather.

Slow Gardening

Another gardening trend we love to see is slow gardening. More people have decided to take their time with their gardens and enjoy the process of gardening, rather than stressing themselves out by rushing through everything. We hope the slow gardening trend sticks around.

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