It’s already summer and because of the pleasant weather, Kansas residents would certainly be tending to their gardens. It’s up to you to either build a new garden or spruce up an old one. One of the things you have to consider is how you can enhance the overall look of the landscape. Others would build a pond or a miniature fountain while others would add more plants with colorful blooms to add a bit of highlight into their grounds.
In this article from Kansas.com, a gardening expert suggests a “blue” approach – as opposed to “green” – to enhance your garden’s appeal:
I have been in a blue mood this growing season — as in, I’m gravitating more and more to this color in flowers and pottery.
I’ve always thought that blue glazed containers are the most deeply beautiful in the garden. And that blue spruces — discouraged as they are for planting in our climate — provide the most bracing of accent colors.
Even though it doesn’t necessarily go with the overall color scheme, I’ve finally added a blue pot to my front yard — planted with orange petunias and silver Icicles helichrysum and Florida Sun Rose coleus.
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(Article Excerpt from: Koi, waterfalls and plants star in next weekend’s pond tour, Kansas.com, June 14, 2014)