This summer, make a recipe blind-folded. Take a pic of the sunrise and sunset.Wear pastels. Call someone instead of texting. Watch an old good movie with friends. Wear a dramatically different shade of lipstick.Try to eat something HUGE. Suprise someone with a smile
"The key to harmonising different shades of the same colour is to keep to the same under tone. In this case, all the greens, from the darkest myrtle on the walls and shutters to the softest olive on the velvet sofa, share an element of yellow. The mustard pulls the look together and gives the room wonderful shaft of sunlight. Add a pop of contrasting colour such as this hot pink."
Cercis 'Forest Pansy' can reach heights of 10m, but if you prune it, it'll will be more shrubby and perfect for small gardens. Be prepared for an amazing colour change as the seasons progress - it's absolutely stunning.