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Grab A Color Wheel Next Time You're Designing A Colorful Garden
A basic color wheel can combine different colors and shades to make your garden more aesthetically pleasing, and it doesn't require a deep understanding of color theory.
Garden Design states that you'll want to remember four words when determining your flower color relationships: monochromatic, analogous, complementary, and complex.
Monochromatic pairings refer to using a variant of shades of the same color. Analogous pairings mix shades of two colors right next to each other on the color wheel.
Complementary colors are directly opposite each other on the color wheel. This means color pairings of red and green, orange and blue, and yellow and purple.
A complex color scheme refers to mixing two analogous colors and including one of the colors' complementary colors. This method will add an extra layer to your design.
Use cooler colors like blues and greens for a shady sanctuary or bold colors to be eye-catching to passersby. Grasses, shrubs, and bushes can also bring visual complexity.