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A color wheel chart is not just for painters. Gardeners can, and in fact should, also use it. It can help you pick the roses and plants that will look great together in your front yard.
Turing into your driveway, even after a long day, and being instantly greeted by the colors you selected and love will bring a smile to your heart.
A simple color wheel contains the rainbow-primary colors red, yellow, and blue and the secondary Colors, orange ,green, and purple.
Primary colors are strong and can be used with great effect when green is added and interspersed throughout a flower bed.
Pink is a tint in the Red zone. With different amounts of white and red, different shades of pink are created.
The compliment for red and pink is green, the most abundant color in nature, and in most gardens.
Yellows and blues create a wonderful complimentary triad with classic pinks.
This pink and yellow Peace Rose shows how well pink and yellow blend.
All the blues in this one flower exemplify the Colorist mastery of nature. Blues with pinks make for a delicate and inviting flower garden.