Choosing The Ideal Color For Your Garden

Colors! They are able to make our home more lively and fun place. If there is a place in our home where we can use a wide range of colors it is in our yard. The outdoor spaces are the most enjoyable and allow us enough play when planning your decor.

If you care while gardening, you know that the choice of plants in your garden should be primarily based on the amount of sun, wind and water that are to receive it. However, there is no need to give up a colorful garden and well thought out from the point of view of the color chart that you have in mind.

Here are some principles to do better:

Choose Plants to Flower All Year

For some reason, most of us we focus on those that bloom in spring or summer, but … why not have flowers all year round?

Trees and evergreen plants give you much joy.

A Multicolour Design

The plan here is to combine colors. Consider that most of the accessories are available in several colors. Therefore, we seize the opportunity and mix up! The key is to create a sense of repetition and it can do it in several ways.

Obviously there is nothing wrong in a garden with colorful flowers that do not follow a particular pattern. But perhaps you want a more sophisticated and personal design, based on color and its nuances.

With a little patience is not so difficult to achieve: Get pantone and see the garden. Imagine how the chosen color will combine with the environment: walls, pool, tiled laundry, etc.

Try different options and when you have chosen the color range visit some garden stores and ask for advice on which plants with flowers of that color are best for your type of garden (sun, soil type, etc.) and do not forget to buy some that have flowers all year.

How do I Merge Plants?

Do not forget to use contrasting colors together creates a more dramatic image that plants and flowers combine with harmonious colors. However, the use of contrasting colors is better in a large garden in a small one.

On the other hand, if you prefer the idea of contrasting colors, white will be very useful as a neutral color transition, and can achieve the same effect sandwiching plants or shrubs greens or those of silver.

I hope that by following these simple principles your garden look beautiful, like never before! Do not forget to tell me.