Although gardening can be a relaxing and enjoyable experience, sometimes it can be difficult figuring out how you would like your final garden to look.
It’s not as simple as picking your favourite plants and putting them in haphazardly; a garden with carefully planned design and location for each plant will most often yield the best results.
Gardeners like to call this design philosophy the “right plant, right place” mentality.
Here are a few things you can do to find the perfect plants for your landscaping needs.
Usually, when you’re looking for flowers, you would first want to determine what colour of flowers will work the best in your garden.
We generally recommend gardens with no more than three colours in a single bed or area.
More colours tend to look wilder and haphazard, but that can be positive in the right circumstances if that is the style you are looking for. A monochromatic look can feel dull, but it also has a more serene feel in smaller plots.
Consider mixing your chosen colour with white to add a little more variety for medium-sized gardens.
Size, Shape and Texture
Colour is one thing, but a garden with a