Gardening With the Colour Wheel


Colour choice is for sure a real personal thing but sometimes it helps to have a little help. When you use the good old colour wheel, you soon see which colours compliment each other and which ones create contrast. This can be very useful is deciding on which plants to choose for each garden area. At http://sensiblegardening.com/gardening-with-the-colour-wheel/ I'll show you how it works.
Complimentary colours of yellow and purple jump out at you.
Complimentary colours of yellow and purple jump out at you.
Daylily Fooled Me has colours from the warm side of the Wheel and are in harmony.
Daylily Fooled Me has colours from the warm side of the Wheel and are in harmony.
Your Classic Colour Wheel
Your Classic Colour Wheel
Daylily Court Magician lives on the cool side.
Daylily Court Magician lives on the cool side.
Blue is from the cool side of the wheel.
Blue is from the cool side of the wheel.
Orange Iris and Blue Veronica compliment each other.
Orange Iris and Blue Veronica compliment each other.

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