Planting for ColorBook - 2005
Your garden color scheme will depend on the style of garden you want to create. You may want to plant spontaneously, or you may want to restrict the colors you use. Either way, using a color scheme can change an ordinary garden into a spectacular one. Planting for Color explores what color can add to your garden and how to achieve the effect you require. It discusses the multitude of ways to put color together, demonstrating how color can change the sense of space, suggest coolness and warmth, and create different moods. It also enables you to assemble the right plants for your chosen scheme, and to carry that scheme throughout the year. Planting for Color will show you how to make the best use of the gardener's palette in ways that will delight, intrigue, transform and entertain. Book jacket.
Publisher: Boston, MA : Horticulture Publications, 2005
Branch Call Number: 635.968 CHI
Characteristics: 192 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm