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How color can affect the garden

 

Last updated 4/19/2019 at 10:56pm

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Whether you prefer soft pink, are partial to bright red or want to relax in a garden and gaze at something deep blue, chances are you'll find a perennial to tickle your fancy.

TEMECULA – Flower gardens can add color and awe-inspiring appeal to a property. The National Gardening Association said that gardeners can find nearly every color of the spectrum in flowering perennials. So whether homeowners prefer soft pink, are partial to bright red or want to relax in a garden and gaze at something deep blue, chances are they'll find a perennial to tickle their fancy.

The National Gardening Association offered the following breakdown of colors to help gardeners learn how their gardens can set the mood they're looking for.

A garden full of bright colors like red, ora...



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