Use the color wheel to mix and match plants

04/24/2013 | Washington Post, The

To create interest and harmony in the garden, use the color wheel as guide in combining plants, according to this article. Plants with colors that are on the opposite sides of the wheel make for a complementary combination, while those with colors adjacent to each other at the wheel make for a harmonious mix. For best results, look to nature for the most beautiful combinations, said Jeni Webber, a landscape architect in Berkeley, Calif.

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