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Planning color in your garden from Better Homes and Gardens
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.
Lovely cottage garden
English Garden! Imagine having a beautiful garden just like this one! Love it! Aline
House & Garden July 2009 by iandjbannerman, via Flickr # Pin++ for Pinterest #
A climbing rose to clamber upon my cottage. It must be one that can flourish with just six hours of sun.
A narrow garden path lined with plants and flowers creates a peaceful place to sit and relax.
English garden. love the structured hedge borders. Wish there was a boxwood hardy enough for our climate.
Manor Garden, Snowshill.....something about the understated color that is quite beautiful...Looks like Thungen.
Well there's a perfect front yard garden. One small strip of grass. haha I won't get tired cutting that. Love it. Would make a great backyard garden, too. I think the dogs wouldn't like it though.
Classic English Garden - Traditional Home®
foxglove blue delphiniums are shy in the sun. Shade is much better for these delicate flowers
The Walled Garden at Cowdray Beautifully-restored walled Tudor garden in West Sussex via Clive Nichols Garden Photography.
A fabulous Secret Garden in Nymans, West Sussex UK by Nigel Burkitt. England has the best stonework and the best gardens, doesn't it?
✕ A walk through the garden to ease the mind and refresh the body… / #summer #garden #beautiful