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Love the wildflower look here with the repurposed brick walkway - surrounded by blooming flowers with nearby garden gate

How to Landscape With Colorful Wildflowers

Learn how to use vibrant meadow flowers to decorate your lawn and garden spaces with these landscaping tips from HGTV.

The Elements of Great Landscape Design

Gotta find an area where I can plant a ton of tulips like this. Plant your focal point Make a characteristic tree or large shrub the focal point of your garden.

Flax ~ one hearty plant that comes up year after year ~ and the deer won't eat it! | Garden - potentials | InteriorDesignPro

Think about a color scheme. A flower bed filled with every color of the rainbow and then some will look messy unless you have an exceptionally good eye for color. So before you buy plants and seeds, decide on a color scheme. A good rule of thumb is to stick to no more than three main colors and add variety by varying the shades within each color. Not only will your flower bed look more cohesive, but you’ll also be able to narrow down good choices at the garden center that much more quickly.

The Best Drought-Tolerant Perennials

as an option for people to have their picnics immersed in lavender but doubles for use in teas or some recipes. Perfect!