Plants you Should have Together
The importance of thinking in the plants you should have together rather in the fact that your garden reflects your connection with nature and environment. When you begin to consider what you should plant in your garden, go beyond just checking out which flowers can go sitting next to another at your local home improvement store. Finally you just have to pour some of your better beverages in your finest glass, sit at the edge of your garden and contemplate everything you are communicating with your landscape beautiful work.
Consider these 3 things before making the job of putting your plants together:
You can begin with three basic colors schemes you can use to bring life to all your entire garden.
What colors should I put together
Usually most people begin with color when are looking for putting plants together. Many more times we do it based on instinct. Sometimes we get surprised by the results. Obviously we like what we like. We recommend you still using that instinct when you are going to choose the colors of plants you will put together.
We will discuss about three color schemes:
Complementary are those opposite to another in the color wheel. For example blue and orange, green and red, and yellow and purple.
Analogous hues are those adjacent to or near one another in the color wheel. Blue, blue-violet and violet are analogous colors. As are yellow, yellow-green, and green. We are in the right road.
Monochromatic colors are varying tints, shades, and tones of the same colors. in gardening a popular example of monochromatic schemes are the “Blue gardens”. these ones contain various shades of blue and purple flowers.
We have seen the first step to make a great combination for putting your plants together. If you want specialized advisory please contact us.