3. Add interest with variations.
Too much of a good thing is bad. Verla works with shades of blue to give her garden depth. From almost white to fiery fuchsia, she groups like colors together to evoke a mood and create rooms that are connected by paths.
4. Enjoy your garden.
In other words, put down the shovel, and take time to observe. The best inspirations often come when you live in your space.