Learn how to incorporate flowers with bright colors like chartreuse, yellow, peach, and pink into your garden.
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Combine hues that span one side of the color wheel. In this garden bed, sticking to plants with yellow tones -- such as foliage in chartreuse and flowers in yellows, blush pinks, and peaches -- yields an uplifting and warm effect that is both soft and bright.
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This vigorous climbing rose boasts intensely fragrant large flowers that bloom in summer.
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Dahlia ‘Classic Elise’
This lovely, summer-blooming dahlia has beautiful yellow flowers and dark, almost black, foliage. It can reach 2 to 3 feet in height.
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Catalpa bignonioides ‘Aurea’
With its large chartreuse leaves and white flowers in summer, this deciduous tree makes a statement in a garden.
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Geranium sanguineum ‘Vision Light Pink’ is a low-growing perennial that produces pale-pink flowers from May through September. Easy to grow, this ground cover can tolerate both heat and cold.
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