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Tricks for Using Color Effectively In Your Landscaping

Color brings life, depth, and texture to a landscape design. If you want to optimize the visual appeal of your land, use the following tips to bring some beautiful, bright colors to your landscaping.

Think of Color on a Large Scale

Tricks for Using Color Effectively In Your Landscaping









When you start choosing colorful plants and flowers to incorporate into your landscape, it is important to take some time to think about how they will look on a large scale. Consider what each hue will look like when set against the sky, the desert, and the rest of your exterior design. Creating a color scheme on a bigger scale helps you ensure that all of your smaller areas of color come together perfectly.

Mix and Match a Few Different Shades










Whether you want to create distinctive color areas or mix and match a few different hues in one location, using multiple colors gives you an interesting and unique aesthetic effect. Choose a few different colors that you want to see in your landscape design and find plants that allow you to utilize them throughout your yard.

Play Up Other Elements of the Outdoor Décor









You can add color in more ways than by just planting flowers. Choose colorful outdoor accessories such as throw pillows and seat covers that continue your color theme onto the deck. You can even choose colorful pots, stones, or bricks to use in a pathway that runs through the landscaping to continue the visual effect throughout the entire outdoor area.

Since 1985, Santa Rita Landscaping has worked to perfect the art of custom landscape design in the Tucson area. We offer both residential and commercial services to help you get the look you want. Whether you want to add more color to your outdoor area or find plants that enhance the curb appeal of your property, we can help. To learn more about our services, visit us online or call (520) 623-0421.


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