The Garden Guide

Book: Colour schemes for the flower garden
Chapter: Chapter 3 The spring garden

Pink and blue plants

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Further along, just clear of the nuts, are some patches of Dielytra spectabilis {Dicentra spectabilis}, its graceful growth arching out over the lower stature of pink Tulips and harmonising charmingly with the pinkish-green foliage of the Tree Peonies just behind. The pink Tulips are here in some quantity; they run boldly into pools of pale blue Myosotis, with more Iberis where the picture demands the strongest, deepest green, and more Corydalis where the softer, greyer tones will make it better