Minimalist Garden Design With Blue-grey And Purple Colors

Editor   October 21, 2013   Comments Off on Minimalist Garden Design With Blue-grey And Purple Colors

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Minimalist garden design with blue-grey and purple colors

You know surely very much about minimalist interior design, what do you mean actually minimalist garden design but?

Many gardens are simply uninteresting. Some home owners but do all the possible to change this. So also the designers of the justice depicted at the bottom of the article. They have recorded the blue gray and purple shades of the ambience and used this again in the plant facilities. Silver makes a fabulous contrast.


The effect is refreshing and modern and the design of the courtyard makes unique in the entire district.

Viewing its exterior design for good ideas precisely. The stone wall of the House has beautiful, subtle shades of purple, pink and blue-gray. To protect the whole of dark appearance, the house owners have used silver as accent color. This gave also a more modern appearance to the atrium.

Minimalist garden design – here are a few simple steps to do this:

1. integrate not plant material in the same colors!

It can be a sculpture or other object.

Respect the General colour design here, as it has done in this case

minimalist garden design large clay urn

2. create a focal point

A plant may be the star in your garden.

The “Selected” must all year round look good

minimalist landscaping shrubs before the window

3. place a Visual accent marks.

An often occurring error of the Garden Designer is searching for only low growing plants. A high copy like this is like an exclamation point, which makes the overall design of the monotonous mood out.

In this case, one has succeeded by a pillar Cypress

minimalist garden design silver Cypress

4. focus on the leaves, to achieve a modern look

Undeniably, the flowers represent a beautiful work of nature, but they need strong leaves which are really perfect. Can’t find you? This garden here is not just good looks thanks to the beautiful leaves, but also modern all year long.

You want to know now about these silver plants?

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Liquorice

(Glycyrrhiza glabra)

It’s a wild-resistant and drought-tolerant plant that covers the floor. Their silver sheets show an interesting appearance all year round.

Origin: South Africa

Water requirements: Low

Lichbedarf: Full sun or light shade

Maximum size: 0.3 to 0.6 meters

Advantages and tolerances: drought tolerance, wild resistance and easy to maintain

When should you plant them: late spring after the danger of Frost is over

Silver mound Artemisia

minimalist landscaping lush green

(Artemisia schmidtiana ‘Silver Mound’)

It’s a perennial plant with very fine texture. It serves wonderfully to the flanking of the border.

Origin: Japan

Water requirements: Low

Light requirements: Full sun

Full size: 0.6 m high and wide

Advantages and tolerances: drought tolerance, wild resistance and easy to maintain

The most interesting phenomenon: between spring and autumn

When should she be planted: spring

Cinderella

minimalist garden design silver and velvety

(Senecio cineraria)

By their colourful, fluffy, silbern-white leaves, this plant brings sympathy practically at all.

Water requirements: Low

Light requirements: part Sun and part shade

Maximum size: 0.3 m wide and 0.6 meters high

Advantages: drought tolerance

Interesting phenomenon: the whole year

When should she be planted: throughout the year

Now you want right maybe also something more about the purple?

Red-leaved corkscrew Hazel

minimalist garden design violet green leaves

(Corylus avellana ‘ red majestic’)

It’s Burgundy Red subspecies of such gene so-called Harry Lauder’s walking stick! It has gorgeous lilac kittens. The branches, the leaves and the kittens are bent and together produce a wonderful sculpture-like appearance.

Water requirements: Low

Light requirements: Full sun, partial shade

Full size: 2 meters

Advantages: Good for floral arrangements

Interesting phenomenon: all year round

When should she be planted: from spring to autumn

Harlequin barberry

minimalist garden design spotted shrubs

(Berberis thunbergii ‘Rose Glow’)

Still, a plant which is perfect for setting limits.

Water requirements: Low

Light requirements: Full sun, partial shade

Size when adult: 4 meters

Advantages and tolerances: Trockentolerant, Wildresistent

Interesting seasons: spring to fall

When should you plant it: spring to fall

Sedum

minimalist garden design reddish tiny Blütten

(Sedum)

There are different types. The one shown is the way Orange Xenox.

It’s a showy Stonecrop with dark red leaves and orange blossoms.

Water requirements: Low

Size: to the 1.5 big-Max time

Advantages and tolerances: Trockentolerant

Interesting seasons: spring to fall

When should she be planted: spring

Heuchera hybrid plum Royal

minimalist garden design large moist leaves

(Heuchera ‘ plum Royale’)

Water requirements: Average

Light requirements: Sun – partial shade

Maximum size: 0.6 m high and wide

Advantages: Evergreen

Interesting seasons: Alljährig

When should she be planted: between spring and autumn

Now we conclude with a kind of plant with blue flowers

Lawson’s blue surprise Falsecypress

minimalist garden design harmonious contrast

(Chamaecyparis lawsoniana “Blue Surprise”)

This dense, pillar-like, blue colored plant needs extremely well fertilised soil to grow there. But she will be thanked by spectacular leaves which are dark red in winter.

Water requirements: Medium low

Light requirements: sunny – half shade

Maximum size: 2 meters high, 0.6 to 0.9 meters wide

Interesting season: all year round

When should she be planted: between spring and autumn

We hope these great plants and practical advice will help you to create your minimalist garden design without much effort.

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