Modern gardens have a very fresh, calm look around them which soothe us at the end of a busy day. Their borders are comparable to those used in ordinary gardens.
The garden design is based on geometry having many straight lines and angles rather than bends and curves. The style is accentuated with bold colors. The main aim is to retain the walls, porticos, outside furniture, and stone carvings.
The various colors in plants are not much used in these gardens. The plants are thought as an extended architecture for the house so elongated bushes, large collection of one plant, and artistic plants are considered for this type of garden.
All modern gardens follow a common set of rules. Like other elements of modern outdoor garden, they mainly have inorganic materials. The formation of the garden is a sign of deep study; plants represent the energetic life and mind. There is a clear inclination to use shed for containing plantation vegetation. This figuratively means that man has mastered his senses and has got victory over his mind and soul.
Modern gardeners nowadays experience dynamic environments with ever-changing challenges and constraints. Rooftop gardens, Japanese gardens, and pot gardening are examples of how modern gardeners have changed to these new conditions. In addition, people are working together to share the limited open greens that exists in cities to recreate the beauty and functionality of gardens.