One natural way to combine colors in the garden is to choose complementary colors. That means selecting plants in colors that are across from one another on the color wheel. For example, red is across from green, orange is across from blue, and, as in this bright array, yellow is across from purple. Here, lovely pink and purple anemone are a fun contrast to golden-yellow California poppy.

One natural way to combine colors in the garden is to choose complementary colors. That means selecting plants in colors that are across from one another on the color wheel. For example, red is across from green, orange is across from blue, and, as in this bright array, yellow is across from purple. Here, lovely pink and purple anemone are a fun contrast to golden-yellow California poppy.

This is just the sort of garden that hummingbirds and butterflies will flock to!  And, I'm sure there will be lots of insects for other birds to eat.

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Old fences and nasturtiums

Nasturtium - Capuchina: es una flor comestible (siempre y cuando no se le aplican los productos químicos) Crecen en área sombreada, añade un sabor picante a las ensaladas

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Flores, Margarita, Flowers

Enredadera de rosas - Rosal trepador

Plantas para cercos vivos. Plantas para cercos verdes. Plantas para cercos perimetrales. Cercos de crecimiento rápido. Arbustos para cercos.

Eschscholzia californica 'Orange King' Plant california poppies in your medicinal garden bed

Eschscholzia californica 'Orange King' Plant california poppies in your medicinal garden bed

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