Published at Sunday, April 29th, 2018 - 02:04:06 AM. 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.
We all want dramatic curb appeal in our landscapes. One way to accomplish this is to use brightly colored, eye catching plants. The problem with adding too many bright plants is that it can quickly turn from eye catching to eyesore, as too many of these colors can clash and become uncomplementary. To avoid this, you can use color blocking in the garden.
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