Pinks and Purples Cool, reassuring, and tranquil, most people love these soft, feminine shades. Somehow they are part of the quintessential English Country Garden style. Above: magenta pink flowers on this cistus and bright blue lavender harmonise beautifully.

Above: bright red poppies, pheasant tail grass and shasta daisies provide a fabulous late-summer display.
Reds, Oranges and yellows. These hot colours are most appropriate in a dry, sunny site. They are high contrast, exciting and vibrant and give a garden high energy 


Above: the giant silver-white leaves of the cardoon highlight the lime-green flowers of the euphorbia – stunning!

Whites and greens

These classy, subtle colours work well in shady, damp gardens. They look as good in city gardens as in more rural areas and associate well with both contemporary and classic styles


Full technicolor!!!!

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Below: poppies, daisies and bright foliage plants clash into explosive late-summer colour!


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