Real World Gardener Cool Colours in Garden Design

June 21st, 2015

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DESIGN ELEMENTS

with garden designer Lesley Simpson

This series is all about colour in the garden. Part 4-Cool colours in garden design.

Did you do art at school? You probably did and may even know about the colour wheel.

 

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Cool colours with greys and pinks

This next segment is about using cool colours in garden design. Cool colours fall on the purple-blue-green side of the colour wheel and also include white, gray, and silver but not black.

Classic cool-colour combinations include blue and pink, a range of blues arranged in a monochromatic scheme, or purple and silver.

 Pastel forms of traditionally warm colours such as yellow, salmon, and apricot also fit into a cool-theme garden plan.

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