Flower color combinations. Using harmonious colors unifies a garden while still allowing a range of color. These are high in contrast and add drama and excitement to your garden. Geraniums are a garden staple but now is the time to think outside the box with these trending ideas for summer. For a soothing garden pick a main color from the cool colors blue purple and green.
The charming blooms of bleeding hearts dicentra are an elegant addition to the late spring and early summer garden. Full sun or partial shade and well drained soil. Gardening in containers is one of the easiest ways to drench your outdoor space with beauty and color. Perennials prized for their fragrance include oriental lilies dianthus lily of the valley peony bearded iris and autumn clematis.
Warm color flowers add excitement to the feel of a garden. Color combination ideas for planters. These softer color combinations include blue and violet orange and red and orange and yellow. Accent it with tall red pink or white snapdragons for an amazing combination.
As one of the best known flowers geraniums have been bringing an abundance of colour to gardens all over europe since the 19th century. The new flower will always be the same color of the watered flowers initial seed but there is a way to combine different colors of one type of flower to create new colors. Featured in this plant combination is gold heart a stunning selection with rosy pink blossoms and brilliant golden yellow lacy leaves. Choose perennials that are as fragrant as they are colorful.
Plant these colorful combinations so you can sit back and enjoy the blooms. Cool color flowers add to the relaxing feel of a garden so this color will be your starting point. A pretty spring border idea with tulips and bleeding hearts. Complementary colors are opposite from each other on the color wheel.
For an energizing garden pick a main color from the warm colors red orange and yellow. That way you can enjoy the plants on a summers night as they release their scent on the warm evening air.