Raise The Flag For The Best Red, White and Blue Flowers Of The Summer Garden

For many Americans, the 4th of July is a time to fly the flag and dress in patriotic colors. But for gardeners, the fireworks start early as red, white and blue flowers begin taking shape in summer gardens. As nature’s palette changes from pastels to brights, white dons a crisp new uniform, red climbs from pink-tinged to bright and blue, well, that tends to be a different story, so please see below. Continue reading

How To Create An All White Garden

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All-white garden by Here By Design

It’s true that we all see colors differently, but it’s rare to find someone who can’t see white. That’s because white, like sunlight, is composed of all the colors of the visible spectrum. In the garden, white plants reflect light, instantly brightening the look of shady spots. And an all-white garden is a symphony of light, where distinct parts of flowers and foliage join together in a timed succession of harmonious arrangements. Continue reading