Blue flowers of the English garden

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Landscaping in the English style is a landscaping style that allows you to use almost any flower that excites your imagination.

The cobbled paths are lined with forget-me-nots, the grapes cover the arches, and the beautiful little arbor in the shade of a large tree and, of course, the lingering aroma of honeysuckle combined with jasmine is the perfect picture of an English garden. It contains an abundance of flowering plants, vines climbing walls. Perennials and annuals, vines and shrubs, photophilous plants and plants that love shade are part of a typical English garden. One way to create a unique garden is to choose a limited number of plants and repeat them throughout the area, which will create harmony in the garden. Blue flowers are one of the most beautiful and attractive flowers in the garden, it is the color of the sky and the sea, symbolizes knowledge, strength, honesty, and seriousness. Studies have shown that blue color slows down the metabolism of a person, is good for the mind and body. It works with all other colors. An important role is played by color density. Whether it is a large patch of color or small strokes, the result will be completely different. When blue is next to white, then the palette remains cool and blue prevails, but when he is next to yellow, he retreats and the palette is warmer. When small strokes of blue are located near red or orange, it enhances the hot colors, making them brighter. Understanding how colors work is important for planting.

The beginning of the flowering of perennials begins with the catchment (Aquilegia), which has many shades of blue, purple and purple to choose from, as well as primrose with pure purple flowers. Irises have hundreds of color combinations, but simple blue ones are such a bonus to the garden! Delphinium with blue flowers is an indispensable flower of the English garden. A great variety of perennial geranium Rozanne with blue flowers.

Smoky flax is beautiful against the background of its gray-green leaves. This plant is reproduced on old tapestries of England, many English poems contain links to this amazing plant. The massive fit of light to dark blue lupins looks amazing. There are also many varieties of salvia and lavender, lilac and white asters. You can plant the seeds of asters along the shore of the pond, waves and asters will beautifully complement each other against the background of autumn leaves. Lobelia is one of the most beautiful annuals; many, many small blue flowers hang over a flower pot.

Traditional forget-me-nots, pansies, and many more blue and blue flowers that will make a beautiful picture in the garden when mixed (the blues garden – the combination of lilac and white flowers is beautiful). There are many garden plants that have blue leaves, for example, Khosta, and Salix (arctic willow) is a beautiful willow bush with very small leaves.

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