Colour in the Garden

By using specific shades, tones, intensities, tints or blends from within the whole spectrum, a garden space can take on a whole new character. And, whilst the overall colouring affects mood, the careful positioning of spot colour within a layout can change the design to reflect balance, unity, harmony, contrast, tension or tranquillity. Ranging from calm pastels to vibrant tints and with all the shades inbetween, colours come in neutral, warm or cool tones, and it is the interplay between warm and cool that is so vital to creating lively flower borders. Colour is also an important device for manipulating the perception of the distances between different elements within a space, whilst striking colour combinations add pzazz.

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