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  • Patricia Ryall

    Planning color in your garden from Better Homes and Gardens

  • Elizabeth Merrill

    Colorful border!

  • Just So Hobbies

    Choice Two: Analogous Colors - An analogous palette is also a good way to create garden color harmony. In this scheme, hues that are next to each other on the color wheel -- red and yellow, yellow and green, even fuchsia and purple as in this photo -- mix well together. Shown here are pink foxgloves, blue delphiniums, a pink hydrangea, and red snapdragon.

  • SK Narasimhan

    Lovely cottage garden

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