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The trend of gardening and growing green spaces has grown over the past decade, and now as we welcome in 2020 we see more indoor gardens and creative living spaces than ever before. Whether its some new succulents for your DIY indoor garden, a Peace Lily for a memorable birthday present or a Japanese Maple for that affordable home renovation, Australians are learning that flower power is here to stay. So what is it that has indoor plants and green spaces gaining popularity again, a previous trend held in the 1970’s and 1980’s? A big component of this shift has been the introduction of plants online and particularly the ability to buy Australian plants online easily and affordably. Where before Australians were primarily asking “where’s the nursery near me” they are now turning to online sources in equal parts to buy plants online. An influx in smaller spaces. Australians are living in smaller spaces than ever before and the days of tree lined backyards or vegetable garden beds are declining. Instead, people are looking to succulents, cacti, small fruit trees and other varietals that flourish in less sunlight or insides. The growing popularity of Australian native plants. Australian native plants are back in fashion and whether they are one of the many evergreen trees like Ficus or MAGNOLIA or the rare few deciduous trees like the red or white cedars, there is something for everyone. Australian native plants have grown in popularity due to their ability to withstand our temperatures and terrain and the compatibility for native animals and wildlife making their homes in their foliage. Some popular trends of late have seen Palm trees and grow in popularity whilst there are still lesser known Australian natives like Conifers. If you are looking to cultivate a longer-lasting garden you can’t go past perennial plants. A common choice is Brambles, otherwise known as native raspberry and blackberry plants. Planting can be done either into hilled beds or on to flat, unhilled land. Usually if the soil is well drained, you do not need hilled up beds. Another very popular choice, known for their ability to survive even the harshest climactic changes, are Azaleas. With their signature blooms of colour and easy-going nature, Azaleas are a sure-fire way to brighten up even the slimmest of garden spaces. Alternatively, you may want something a little bit more exotic for your gardens and plants like Bromeliads or Pine trees are firm favourites for this. Make sure you check the care conditions for plants like these as they traditionally live in alternate climates to ours and are used to a different vegetation. There are currently no native Bromeliads in Australia, all have been imported or introduced, but that hasn’t stopped their recent growth in popularity. Our online nursery offers a variety of small, medium and large size outdoor and indoor plants and shrubs, including all of the above-mentioned, available separately or as multiple plants in a box delivered. Whether its some new succulents for your DIY indoor garden, a Peace Lily for a memorable birthday present or a Japanese Maple for that affordable home renovation, Australians are learning that flower power is here to stay. So what is it that has indoor plants and green spaces gaining popularity again, a previous trend held in the 1970’s and 1980’s? A big component of this shift has been the introduction of plants online in the form of an online nursery and particularly the ability to buy Australian plants online easily and affordably. Where before Australians were primarily asking “where’s the nursery near me” they are now turning to online sources in equal parts to buy plants online. Plants Today offers a variety of small, medium and large size outdoor and indoor plants, available separately or as multiple plants in a box delivered.