New garden rooms are the perfect place to experiment with new plants and grow something you might not dare in your main garden. They’re smaller spaces, so less maintenance is required, but they can still be a wonderful place for beautiful flowers to grow. Here are some of our favorite picks for your new garden room. If you need some advice on which of these beautiful additions will work best for your space, check out this helpful blog post from our friends at
The morning glory is native to tropical regions but has become a favorite for the temperate regions of the world as well, like the UK. It grows quickly, requiring only a moderate amount of water, sunlight, and nutrients to do so. It is easy to propagate as well, making it a great plant for gardening beginners. The morning glory can grow up to 2 meters tall and produces beautiful blooms in a wide variety of colors.
English ivy is a classic addition to any garden or garden room. It is an evergreen perennial that is native to most of Europe, Asia, and North America. It is also incredibly easy to care for, requiring very little pruning, water, or sunlight to thrive. It is also not picky with its soil type, growing very well even in poor soil. The ivy will grow quickly and can easily be trained and shaped to grow up walls, along the floor, or around furniture.
Hanging Shabby Chic Flower Basket
A shabby chic flower basket is a beautiful and easy addition to any garden room. They can be hung from the ceiling, or sit on the floor, and are perfect for hanging plants like fuchsias or other flowering vines. A basket is a great addition to an otherwise very tidy or minimalist garden room and can be used to house many different types of plants. If you choose a basket made of natural material, it can be repurposed for many more uses in the garden room after the flowers have died. If you’re not sure what type of flowers to put in your basket, a fuchsia is a great choice.
The snake plant, or mother-in-law’s tongue, is native to many parts of Asia and Africa but has become a very common houseplant in the UK. It requires very little in the way of water, sunlight, or nutrients, making it the perfect choice for a garden room with less maintenance. The snake plant is also known for being able to survive in very poor soil. It produces beautiful flowers in the spring and autumn with long, pointed leaves. It is not a poisonous plant despite its name, but it does have very sharp, stiff leaves. Keep this in mind when placing the plant in your garden room.
The fuchsia is a flowering vine that will grow quickly and beautifully in your new garden room. It is a very easy plant to grow and propagate, requiring very little water, sunlight, or nutrients to thrive. It is a very forgiving plant that is easy to reposition as it grows and easy to propagate from cuttings. Cuttings are easy to make, just snip pieces off the main plant and put them in water until they root. Fuchsia produces beautiful flowers in a wide variety of colours and is a great choice for a hanging basket. Place it in your garden room and enjoy its bright colour and sweet scent.
Rhubarb and Orchid Care-free Shrub
Rhubarb grows very well in the garden room, flourishing in the limited sunlight and nutrients of a smaller space. It is a very tall plant, reaching anywhere from 2 to 5 feet depending on the variety. It requires very little water and can be easily propagated with a bit of rhizome. Rhubarb is a perennial plant, so it will grow every year once you plant it. It will produce beautiful pink or red stalks in the spring and can be used to make delicious, sweet desserts. The orchid is a beautiful addition to the garden room. It is a great plant to begin gardening with because it requires very little water and sunlight to thrive.
The best flowers for your garden room are the ones that fit the aesthetic of your space. You can choose a wide variety of flowers from a wide variety of colours and types to create a truly stunning garden room. A garden room is a smaller space that doesn’t have to be without beautiful flowers. These are some of the best options for your new garden room.