Published at Thursday, May 03rd, 2018 - 17:53:10 PM. Garden. By .
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At first it may seem boring to use a block of one color or monochromatic, but when you realize all the different shades and textures of these colors or complimentary colors, you will see that a color block garden design becomes anything but boring. You can even create your own rainbow by using blocks of individual colors that fade into the next as I previously mentioned, or choose a pattern effect like a quilt. The ideas are endless.
Gardening can be a challenge in small spaces or in areas with little area for a garden plot or bed. This is when it is time to look outside the box and get creative with what you do have. One design strategy is creating pocket gardens. The premise is that you can tuck a plant, or 2 or 3, almost anywhere. Planting some attractive greenery down stone stairs, nestling a few succulents between pavers, or even selecting some complimentary flora that can be popped in the edges of a patio, are all examples of pocket gardening.
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