So far, the must-have components of a beautiful landscape that I've considered have been areas of a yard, explaining why they're important, visually, and providing examples of how you can beautify these particular areas. I've also mentioned container gardens as a component handy for solving landscaping dilemmas.
But to help you achieve a beautiful landscape, I'll have to get even more specific: we need to look at some of the top plant components you'll have to choose from in designing your yard. While color is just one element in landscape design, you'll certainly want to put a lot of your energy into choosing plants that will display a color scheme that's right for you. To that end, I offer some flower pictures for you to browse through: please click here to view my flower pictures gallery.
You can access the same flower pictures on Page 3 of my article on color theory, in which case the gallery is preceded by two pages that provide background information about developing a color scheme for your yard.
The picture above shows the impact a row of red tulips can have on your landscape. Next, I'll focus on the color display of a particular group of plants: the flowering shrubs....