Backyard Boldness Party Event Planning Takes in Hardwired Rewilding

by DerdriuMarriner

Backyard boldness party event planning sets daily and special happenings on cultivated and wild lawns where “hardwired” and “rewilding” work together well.

Backyard Boldness Party Event Planning Involves Hardwired Rewilding

Garden Media Group announces in the 2016 Garden Trends Report “Syncing with Nature” backyard boldness party event planning as one of eight global consumer patterns in gardening, green living and landscape design.

Backyard boldness party event planning brings business lawns, community plots and domestic yards into the 21st century by “using technology, to create a more personalized experience.” Its “hardwired rewilding” convinces people “to feed their need for technology while at the same time breaking from their tech obsession and opt for fresh air.” It demands “syncing plants with local ecosystems that support wildlife” and “turning to new customization, lighting and movement to add a sense of whimsicality” to backyards.

Garden Media Group’s fifth trend embraces moon garden plants that flourish in electric and Nature-lit nightscapes and sun garden plants that survive in light and shadow.




Longwood Gardens' Nightscape: A Light and Sound Experience is viewable in 2016 as an exemplary presentation of backyard boldness.
Longwood Gardens' Nightscape: A Light and Sound Experience premiered July 1, 2015, and on view through Oct. 31, 2015.
Longwood Gardens' Nightscape: A Light and Sound Experience premiered July 1, 2015, and on view through Oct. 31, 2015.

Backyard Boldness Party Event Planning Lights Up Nights


Seven other garden technology trends of connected greenery, dog-scaping, layered landscapes, makers lifestyle, naTECHure, precious resources and welltality flow throughout successful backyard boldness party event planning.

Connected greenery and naTECHure respectively give plugged-in, to-the-point information on growing plants indoors and outdoors and on using augmented and virtual reality for enlightenment and entertainment. Dog-scaping, layered landscapes and precious resources head outdoor happenings into welltality’s people-, pet- and wildlife-friendly health and hospitality “brownscaped” by compost and xeriscaped for drought tolerance.

Yuccies, “cultural offspring” of hipsters and yuppies personalizing “outdoor living in a way that maintains a sense of home and familiarity,” invent the resulting makers lifestyle. The makers lifestyle juggles “being in sync with nature” and “a healthy, rewarding life” when the technology behind embellishing nightscapes considers environmental impacts and nature’s requirements. 


Norfolk Botanical Garden - LanternAsia Coming 2016!

Published on Jun 11, 2015 by NorfolkBotGarden ~ URL:

Backyard Boldness Party Event Planning Offers Beneficials Employment


Agave, cacti, jade plants, Joshua trees, sedum, stone plants and yuccas keep supplemental watering schedules minimal because of succulent plant tolerances of low humidity and moisture. They lead to educationally entertaining backyard boldness party event planning by the compatibility of grey-green, thickened shapes and textures with illuminated nightscapes and with night-blooming plants.

Choices in luminous, night-flowering moon garden plants may require adjustment according to the types of pollinators that will be the least disruptive to family and friends. Master gardeners and master naturalists note in their ecological science-based, environmental education-related presentations and projects that bats, beetles, flies, gnats and moths predominate as night-active pollinators. Moths, most popular of night-time beneficials, offer pollinating services to almond verbenas, Cape jasmines, devil’s trumpet, four o’clocks, large-root morning glories, moonflowers, silk squashes and spider-flowers. 


Nightscape Returns in 2016!

Published on Nov 10, 2015 by Longwood Gardens ~ URL:

Backyard Boldness Party Event Planning Requires Eco-Safe Luminosity


LanternAsia’s giants at Norfolk Botanical Garden in Virginia and Nightscape’s electronic music and laser projections at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, produce no point-of-use pollution.

Some environmentalists question the ecological sense, but not the beauty, of such shows when electricity is generated by other than geothermal, hydroelectric, solar or wind power.

Downsized equivalents remain expensively enjoyable diversions incorporated within backyard boldness party event planning for neighborhood parties and on posh estates and social areas within exclusive communities.

The KISS acronym for Keep It Simple, Silly-pilly! serves as nature- and technology-friendly guidelines for night-lovers through electro-luminescent tape, in-ground and touch-sensitive lighting and light-emitting diodes. Artificial lighting from exterior and interior lights, LEDs and luminescent tape and natural lighting from fireflies, moonlight and moonlit night-bloomers turn underappreciated dayscapes into nightly wonderlands. 


A Look Inside: 2016 Garden Trends - Backyard Boldness

Published on May 4, 2016 by Garden Media Group ~ URL:



My special thanks to talented artists and photographers/concerned organizations who make their fine images available on the internet.


Nightscape 2015: Indescribably Different

Published on Jul 31, 2015 by Longwood Gardens ~ URL:

Sources Consulted


Allen, Dr. Charles. “Making a Moon-Moth Garden.” State-By-State Gardening Newsletters > Articles.

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Nightscape: A Light and Sound Experience.” Longwood Gardens > Events & Performances > Displays & Exhibitions > Upcoming Events.

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“2016 Garden Trends Report: Syncing with Nature.” Garden Media Group


Per Norfolk Botanical Garden's Facebook post March 4, 2016: "The large pagoda . . . is four stories high and made of 1 million china plates, saucers, spoons and tea cups!"
"LanternAsia: Art by Day, Magic by Night" exhibit at Norfolk Botanical Garden, March 5-May 8, 2016
"LanternAsia: Art by Day, Magic by Night" exhibit at Norfolk Botanical Garden, March 5-May 8, 2016
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the end which is also the beginning

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Enjoy backyard boldness of nightscapes, one of eight 2016 trends identified by Garden Media Group: 33-foot copper wire with 100 white-yellow LEDs light up the night!
backyard boldness: nightscapes

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Updated: 05/14/2022, DerdriuMarriner
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DerdriuMarriner on 05/30/2019

Tolovaj, Thank you for appreciating outdoor parties, particularly for children, who are such a delight to witness marveling over the wonder of the outdoor nightlights: fireflies, party decorations and stars.

Tolovaj on 05/25/2019

There are a lot of useful ideas for the time of outdoor parties which just started. I believe kids are especially fascinated with night blooming.

DerdriuMarriner on 09/25/2018

sandyspider, Thank you for the visit. Night lighting and lights always bring lightning bugs and moths to the house. They also highlight my night-blooming moon garden plants. It's a win-win situation -- unless wildlife is trying to get a good, dark night's sleep ;-D!

sandyspider on 09/20/2018

Find it very pretty with the night bloomers.

DerdriuMarriner on 08/01/2017

CruiseReady, The down side of the night-bloomers is their pollination other than by standard day-time pollinators, such as by beetles and flies!

CruiseReady on 08/01/2017

This is quite fascinating, and I really am intrigued by the idea of night blooming plants, which I had never given much thought to before.

DerdriuMarriner on 07/11/2017

blackspanielgallery, The performance has to be seen other than audiovisually, and I particularly like your saying "viewing from different angles gives new perspective." It moves me almost as much as looking at fireflies asynchronously and synchronously flashing and at the night sky. Where was Lantern Asia held in New Orleans?

blackspanielgallery on 07/10/2017

The Lantern Asia video looked very familiar. I understand there are several, about four, that travel. I had the good fortune to go to one that was in New Orleans for several months. Pictures are inadequate, the lights actually flash in choreographed sequences. And viewing from different angles gives new perspective.

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