Do you have a hard time choosing colors for your landscaping?
Think about a rainbow. Seven colors work together to create something more fantastic than any of them by themselves.
You don't have to use all of them, but they can be jumping-off points for your decisions. Think about red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet.
What colors are you attracted to? Which ones do you hate? Use your reaction to help plan your garden. Would you enjoy a few colors all mixed? Or, different colors side by side? Remember that you can mix white flowers to soften any color you feel is too flashy for your tastes.
At the same time, if your favorite color has difficulty standing out as much as you would like, consider framing it with some neutral greenery like ivy or another plant is known mainly for its leaves. Pachysandra Procumbens is easy to grow and can be found among our ground covers.
Burning Bush plants come alive with color in the fall. If you're looking for some vibrancy in your landscaping scheme in springtime, also try the forsythia shrubs.