Beautiful furniture, solar lighting and a new type of decorative panel may be one of the most popular outdoor products.
Molly Askam, who cares for the furniture department of Scottsdale Garden, said: "I hope we all have enough good weather to get into the garden regularly.
"We have all kinds of cutlery, fashionable and comfortable, with waterproof mats, and we think they will sell well.
"Prices range from 499 to 1499.
According to Julia Bartram of the University of Scottsdale, garden lighting powered by the sun will also fly off shelves.
She said: "There is a very good lighting range, including spotlights, which can provide a lot of light, but also some unusual, such as the Eureka series, shaped like a light bulb, can hang on trees. "
"The spotlight is 39 pounds.
Ninety-nine pounds each and three pounds for a light bulb. 99.
The waterscape at the Garden Center is also the best seller, and it has just started stockpiling a range of children's recreational equipment.
Paving is also necessary. -
For many heads of household, like traditional wood varieties, composite boards are generating waves, Scottsdale said.
"They're a little more expensive than boards, but they're very easy to maintain," said Scott Westwood, a sales expert.
Sam Cochrane, from the Scottsdale Garden Center, says the latest trends are artificial plants and turf.
She said: "People are busier, some people don't have much time to gardening, so they want attractive but low maintenance items, and the quality of artificial plants you can buy is very good.
"But real factories are still the backbone of sales, she said.
Her personal favorite is rough, because they are very long. -
Flowering, ruby beauty, a new species of spineless raspberry plant, can be planted in terrace pots.