7 Garden Floral Arrangements To Charm You
Flowers themselves are a presence full of color and energy in a garden, diversifying the natural landscape by savory chromatic plays. But when flowers are combined, the nature’s spectacle is a gracious and consummate one, visually enriching any corner. Here are some of these garden floral arrangements in the images below coming as small natural decors bursting with personality and vitality.
A rustic crate is the perfect container for a wild arrangement of pretty pastel flowers, including hydrangeas, lisianthus, snapdragons, and more, a so rich diversity of colors and scents.
Now that winter is away, refresh the landscape by means of an explosion of hues. In the background we have blue hydrangeas, while a short row of boxwood, planted in the middle of a flowering bed, offers visual relief. Plant in waves of color when designing a flowerbed. These pink and yellow tulips provide a first, early burst of blooms in the spring.
With full sunlight and little water you can get this beautiful color duet – a deep blue Angelonia and a bright orange zinnia, easily standing out against the dense green background.
This garden gets a fine visual dynamics by help of these undulating natural borders. Use geometry to contrast or complement; here, the flowerbed’s curving borders repeat in the gentle edging of lawn. Plants chosen in mostly similar hues, lavender, light purple, and fuchsia, offer a soothing palette for the garden.
In the image below, besides the ornamental accessories, the whole natural landscape is woven around the black eyed Susan, the yellow petal flower which attracts birds and other small creatures like a magnet.
Florists and horticulturists first of all recommend a combination of classic colors. In our case here, the deep, velvety tones of Storm Blue petunia mix beautifully with the clean white flowers of Maverick White geranium. This easy to get combination creates a bold contrast that will enliven any garden bed or container.
In this image, day-lilies are the central visual element, coming in white, pink and yellow. Densely planted flowerbeds help to keep down weeds and conserve moisture; decrease the recommended spacing by half for growth that fills in quickly. The purple trellis at the back make a fine match with the green all around.
Sources: Bhg.com, Countryliving.com