9 Gardens Exploding With Color
Have you ever wanted to have your very own garden just brimming with beautiful colors? There may seem like there’s a lot to it, but it really isn’t that difficult with proper planning and a solid idea of what sort of aesthetic you’d like for your garden. Gardens can be personal and private, or they can be placed in conspicuous places on your property for the entire world to see. They can be unique or traditional, and each has their own set of appeals that draws a specific type of gardener. There is no right way to build your garden, but there are some tips and tricks you can use to help create the most beautiful and well-balanced garden you possibly can.
There isn’t a thing about any of these gardens that needs to be changed. Whoever designed them and put the work into getting them where they are clearly had a vivid vision of what they wanted, and it looks as if they were successful. To change another’s garden to better suit your own preference is unnecessary. Instead, take elements you enjoy from the work of others and incorporate them into your own design.
Rustic Garden With Bench
This quaint design is both eye-catching and soothing at the same time. The bright, warm colors blend well with the cooler colors intermingled in the scene, and the natural look of the wooden stump in the center conveys a sense of simplicity.
There aren’t many flowers that are as recognizable as the tulip, and this garden is completely filled with them. The reds, purples, and yellows of the background provide a great setting for the shorter orange and blue flowers up front. This tiered design is gorgeous.
White Picket Garden
This simple garden is quite calming to view for its short yet vibrant flowers. The matching short picket fence is an excellent added touch, providing the scene with a sense of organization and purposeful design. The array of purples and whites is also quite pleasing.
Creative Garden Path
This is a perfect example of how a garden can be exactly what the gardener wants. The design of the rock path through the forest of flowers and small tress is reminiscent of a scene from any number of fantasy novels.
Imperial Grounds With Fountain
It is hard to see anything but a perfect garden when you look at this photo, and it is quite exquisite. The perfection of the grassy areas contrasting the well-designed layouts of multiple flowers is both alluring and fantastic.
Suburban Master Gardener
There is no reason why a beautiful garden can’t exist right in your front yard. This garden perfectly accents the home while balancing color and function. The warm colors remind one of the beginning of the fall season when the leaves change.
Marshmallow Brick Path
This small garden is complemented with a wrought iron gate and an adorable brick path in a myriad of pastel colors. Vibrant flowers of pink, purple, red, and white adorn the sides of the cute stone path with a flash of brilliant color.
Decorative Flower Cart
Who says a garden has to be on the ground? Potted plants are just as viable when arranging a garden, and incorporating an antique such as this rolling cart is a brilliant move. A few simple flowers brings the whole thing together nicely.
Accented Flower Arch
There’s nothing quite like a hanging garden, and this example is one that has subtle brilliance for its design. The beautiful gate is completely surrounded by the beauty of the garden, which continues onward through the other side. There are such bright purples above the arch!