5 Popular Gardening Trends in 2024

Now that you’ve got your Vego garden, it’s time to grow.

Want to be on trend for 2024? We suggest these popular approaches to creating the garden you’ve always wanted.


Edible gardening Nasturtium | Vego Garden

Why not have the best of both worlds? Edimentals do double duty, delivering beauty and edibility in a single plant. Your garden will look as good as it tastes. Have you considered Nasturtiums? With its striking flowers, every part of this peppery-flavored plant can be eaten. How about rosemary? You can’t go wrong with this versatile herb. It smells good, tastes good and looks good. Check, check and check. And don’t overlook ruby chard with its vibrant red stalks. Use it in salad or stir fry. If you’re looking to create a garden that looks as good as it tastes, you’ll be well served by edimentals. 


Worried about global warming and climate change? Use your Vego garden to alleviate your eco-anxiety and do your part to save the planet. Sustainability has never been bigger. At the 2023 Chelsea Flower Show, almost every exhibit focused on sustainability and efficiency. Curated gardens filled with native and carbon-capturing plants are here to stay. Some gardens are more sustainable than others. 

On-trend color

What’s your favorite color? Are you familiar with the new navigation system centered around these seven personas: digital, bold, enchanting, eclectic, elevated, hopeful, and punchy. Vibrant and dynamic citrus greens are trending in 2024, with shades of green anticipated to dominate color palettes. In 2024, you’ll find a blend of contemporary and traditional palettes gracing flower beds. Expect to see bold and bright colors in 2024, with gardens that look like they came straight out of a science fiction movie. 

Night gardens 

Night brings mysticism to the air. Have you thought about creating a moon garden? A moon garden consists of white and silvery flowers and plants that stand out as the moonlight illuminates them. Moon gardens, or moonlight gardens, can take up the entirety of your yard space or just a section — either way, they can lend a magical quality to your landscaping at night. 


Bee pollinator | Vego Garden

Attract essential pollinators like bees, butterflies and moths to your garden this year. These insects not only accelerate the rate of pollination, they enliven your garden with their grace and beauty. But these winged wonders are threatened by habitat loss and pesticides. Include plants such as verbena and lantana to build your pollinator population. 

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