Ashleigh Smith + photo

Ashleigh Smith

Mar 14
2 min read
bubble 0

The 2022 Garden season is on its way. Have you heard about the latest trends for the coming season? If not I am here to share the news. We are seeing an increase in plans for climbing plants, more color, and water wise planting.

These trends are not exclusive to vegetable or ornamental gardens alone. Over the past few years the line between what constitutes a vegetable and ornamental garden has become more blurred as people are making their growing space more productive. Now that you are harvesting from all growing spaces it is time to work on beautifying the same spaces with color from the ground up.

If you feel like your garden could use more color we recommend checking out our flower seed options. We are continually adding more variety to our offerings. Something we have been especially passionate about here at TLM is protecting the wildlife and bee populations.

To support our flying friends we have created multiple wildflower mixes that are easy to plant, and beautiful to look at. If you have a hot, sunny space that you just can’t seem to fill, we have a mix for you. If you want to entice more pollinators to your food producing plants, we also have a mix for that too.

For information about water wise plants, keep an eye out for our upcoming posts.

Become a True Leaf Market Brand Ambassador! You’ll enjoy awesome perks, free products and exclusive swag & offers! Help us create a gardening revolution and help others experience the joy of growing!

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

0 Comments

No Comments yet! Be the first to start a conversation

  1. Masanobu Fukuoka - Sustainability and SimplicityJapanese man tending to a rice field

    Masanobu Fukuoka - Sustainability and Simplicity

    Written By Lara Wadsworth Picture yourself in the serene Japanese countryside. The sun is warm but not too hot, the birds are chirping happily in a nearby forest and it rained last night so everything is lively and green. You’re standing on a hillside ...


    Ashleigh Smith + photo

    Ashleigh Smith

    2024-06-08
    6 min read
    bubble 0
  2. Joy Larkom - Gardening Wisdom and Inspirationwoman holding a basket of freshly harvested vegetables

    Joy Larkom - Gardening Wisdom and Inspiration

    Written By Lara Wadsworth Early Inspiration Have you ever wondered what it takes to revolutionize gardening? Me neither… until I learned about Joy Larkcom. I had no idea that vegetable gardening had been revolutionized in such recent history. Isn't thi...


    Ashleigh Smith + photo

    Ashleigh Smith

    2024-06-04
    6 min read
    bubble 0
  3. The Top 5 Anti-Aging Microgreens5 Anti-aging microgreens

    The Top 5 Anti-Aging Microgreens

    Written By Lara Wadsworth The health and beauty marketing teams of today want us to fear aging and play off of our natural fears to make us buy various serums, creams, etc. To be fair, it is scary to notice new wrinkles, fall asleep on the couch at 10p...


    Ashleigh Smith + photo

    Ashleigh Smith

    2024-06-04
    6 min read
    bubble 1
  4. A Rainy Day Revelation: Discovering Piet Oudolf's Belle Isle Garden in DetroitConservatory in the fall at Belle Isle Garden in Detroit

    A Rainy Day Revelation: Discovering Piet Oudolf's Belle Isle Garden in Detroit

    Written By Lara Wadsworth When I was tasked with writing an article about Piet Oudolf a few weeks ago, I didn’t know what I was getting into! I remember learning about the internationally renowned landscape designer as a college student in my horticult...


    Ashleigh Smith + photo

    Ashleigh Smith

    2024-05-28
    7 min read
    bubble 0