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When it comes to landscaping, everyone has their style and preference. After all, that’s what gardening and landscaping are about, making it one’s own!

Some homeowners choose to place their plants by colors, similar heights, and compatibility. While some homeowners want to just random plant flowers wherever they feel the need strike. Is there a right way versus the wrong way?

Most designers would suggest that it is better to have a theme, that by mixing too many colors and too many different varieties, you will end up having a cluttered mess. If one would look at images, one will see that many homeowners adapt to the same theme of planting similar colors near each other for a more bold impact or look.

Blazing Starflowers are unique and colorful.

Can one have too many colors? Yes, planting too many colors will again give one a messy look or a cluttered look.

It will look as if one doesn't know which plants they prefer, so they plant them all. While in some instances and yards such as extensive yards, this look of many plants mixed with many colors will work, in a small garden or landscape, it will look too cluttered. If you choose to plant colors together, one doesn't have to plant all the same flowers. For example, violets come in white and blue so that you can use both varieties. Lilies also would work. Using the same flower that can bloom in various colors will work well and create a more uniform, dynamic look.

There are many different plants out there to choose from, so why not let your imagination go wild! Black-Eyed Susan flowers make a grand statement. Your yard is your yard and no one else's. It's all about color preference and what look you choose to go if one prefers to create a mixed look with many different colors and plants that will work, while if one decides to go out there and stick to a more uniform look with similar patterns, it's all up to the homeowner!

Source to Buy Colorful Flower Additions to Your Landscaping