Sometimes a garden's color scheme is best left to the plants
from The Washington Post
The most eye-catching part of a garden plant is its flower, and the most captivating element of a bloom is its color. You might think then that designing a garden should be an exercise in painting with flowers. This idea once held a lot of sway, but color-driven garden design is, by and large, a dead duck. Gardeners today are more relaxed about their plantings and are driven less by color schemes than the desire for naturalistic effects.
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