Garden Ideas. Wednesday , August 01st , 2018 - 03:26:01 AM.
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The easiest way to add contrast to your landscape is color. One way is to contrast light and dark colors. Adding a plant with deep red or very dark green foliage to a brightly-colored garden can make a huge difference. Try deep purple or red flowers for a garden with mostly pastels. In a garden that tends toward dark foliage. a few bright accent flowers or plants. or even a white sculpture. fence. or flagstones can be exactly what you need. This is very common in Japanese garden designs. where a dark. carefully pruned tree against a white wall can be a stunning thing. The other way to create contrast with color is to go to the other side of the color wheel. Use red accents to contrast with greens. or a few blue flowers in a garden of reds and oranges. This is a method often used in cottage and English garden designs. where the profusion of flowers often calls for colors as the main method of creating contrast. It is also used very effectively in many tulip beds. where so many similar flowers at a similar. orderly height can create a sea of color that is beautiful when broken up with a few carefully placed contrasting flowers.
Garden design is not only about making your garden more attractive. but is also important in making it more functional. When you decide to design your garden. think about the different types of areas that you want to incorporate and who will be using those areas most. If you have young children. then patios or decks could be ideal in keeping them safe. but railings will be required. Water features need to be kept to a minimum and little areas with grass for exploration may be important too.
Of course. once the grass has begun to grow and the sod is in place. With so many different options for flowers and plants.
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