For the first time moss was used to create Japanese gardens.
And this is not surprising, since the landscape design of territories in the Eastern style is focused on the active use of stones. The first appearance of moss in the garden is directly related to the architectural and decorative forms of stones.
The moss garden is a historical Japanese garden trend. This solution does not involve the use of bright colors or colorful combinations.
At the heart of the color series are all shades of green – from light green to olive-gray tones.
It is considered that the mosses are undemanding and grow wherever possible. In fact, this is not quite true. Continue reading
Clearly, landscaping involves planting plants directly into the ground.
However, if there is no possibility for planting plants in the garden, you can use tubs and flowerpots. They will diversify the design solution, making the overall appearance of the garden interesting and unusual.
Note the fact that the trees in tubs grown in the eighteenth century. Mostly, exotic plants were planted in tubs.
In the design of the gardens of those times, you can see vases with trees of lemons, oranges. A little later, the pots began to plant flowers, which were decorated with ponds and gazebos. Continue reading
The best and best option to create a Sunny and festive mood will be the presence in the vast number of plants of yellow and orange.
Such a color scheme will symbolize joy and jubilation, the sun and power. And the ancient Chinese associated this tone with wisdom and glory.
Lemon color perfectly expands the space, providing a warm feeling and reflection at all levels, improves mood, energizes and will be a great incentive for creative activity.
It is not necessary to be sure that the yellow hue is associated with the autumn time of year, as there are a large number of species of plants that have yellow or orange coloration of leaves and flowers. Continue reading