Published at Thursday, May 03rd, 2018 - 17:50:51 PM. Garden. By .
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Pastel gardens are usually designed in a cottage garden style, but due to the colors soothing effects, they would be excellent for mandala or meditation gardens too. Here are some different types of pastel flowering plants that can be used in creating these gardens. Trees: Crabapple, Hawthorn, Lilac, Magnolia, Newport Plum, Ornamental Pear, Redbud, and Weeping Cherry. Shrubs: Azalea, Butterfly Bush, Caryopteris, Clethra, Flowering Almond, Hydrangea, Rhododendron, Rose, Rose of Sharon, Spirea, and Weigela. Perennials and Annuals: Alyssum, Astilbe, Bleeding Heart, Begonia, Cosmos, Dianthus, Fuchsia, Geranium, Gladiolus, Hibiscus, Hollyhock, Hyacinth, Impatiens, Joe Pye weed, Lavender, Lily, Love-in-a-Mist, Petunia, Phlox, Scabiosa, Stonecrop, Tulip, Verbena, and Yarrow. Vines: Bougainvillea, Clematis, Honeysuckle, Mandevilla, Morning Glory, and Wisteria.
By definition, a mandala is a geometric shape or pattern that symbolizes the universe, a meditation tool for creating sacred space, relaxation and focusing the mind, or a symbol used as a gateway to a spiritual journey. Mandalas are usually a circle that contain starburst, floral, wheel or spiral patterns within it. A mandala garden is simply a garden space with plants that take on this design principle. Traditional mandalas were actually a square containing a circle which contained these patterns. Also, in traditional mandalas, the four directions, north, east, south and west, or the four elements earth, air, fire and water were often represented in the mandala pattern.
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