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Color Combinations for Flowers to Use in Landscaping
When some people plant perennial beds in their landscaping, they prefer color combinations for flowers that have similar hues (example: blue and purple).
Flower Photos to Help You With Color Schemes in the Yard
A picture is worth 1000 words, so browse through these flower photos to plan the color schemes in your yard. Follow my links to learn more about the flowers.
List of Flowers (With Picture Galleries) - Landscaping - About.com
The flower pictures below run the gamut in terms of plant type. As you browse my list, you'll find differences in texture, the part of the plant providing the color, ...
How To Make Colored Flowers - Chemistry - About.com
Jun 2, 2014 ... It's easy to make your own colored flowers, especially carnations and daisies, but there are a couple of tricks that help ensure great results.
Zinnias - A Burst of Hot Flower Colors - Gardening - About.com
Zinnias are a gift from Mexico. Their bold, hot-palette colors accent the flower garden, as soon as the temperature warms up. Zinnia flowers are usually deep, ...
Color in Flower Gardens - Flowers - About.com
Dial back on the romantic but drowsy looking peaches and cream flowers in your garden, and inject life into your landscape with a riot of color. Design a ...
Attracting More Bees and Pollinators to Your Garden - Gardening
Many popular flower varieties are hybridized for features that are valued by the gardener, like disease resistance, flower size or color and bigger, longer blooms.
Marigolds Come in Many Colors - Gardening - About.com
Overfeeding or a rich organic soil can result in vegetative growth and a lack of flowering. T. patula will flower in 6 to 12 weeks from sowing, depending upon ...
Gold Colors for Planting Flower Beds - Landscaping - About.com
Emerald 'N Gold euonymus has the colors gold and green on the same leaf. Gold colors also come from my false cypress, moneywort and stonecrop.
Flower Colors that Complement Each Other - Gardening - About.com
They may be opposite each other on the color wheel, but complementary colors, like blue and yellow, bring out the best in each other.