When you get right down to it gardens are really about color that color can come from flowers foliage bark pottery furniture fences and even artwork but in the end it is all about color. Large groups of a single hue make more of an impact than smaller clusters so coordinate your plants to create big drifts of color this trick is effective both when you use a single plant and when you grow different plants of the same shade that bloom together. A color moment mount cuba center in delaware dedicated to the native wildflowers of the piedmont region offers impressionistic variations on the shady woodland garden using palest tones of yellow ink and blue. Knowing a little about basic color theory then is indispensable to anyone wanting to understand how successful landscapes are designed especially diy homeowners hoping to create a landscape or garden that is pleasing to the eye. Using colour in the garden colour really is a matter of personal taste if you like a riotous mix and your neighbour prefers something more muted neither of you is right or wrong you just like different things
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