Colors of Garden - White
Perhaps you want to decorate your garden with a sea of rainbow colors? Would you like to keep it classic and stylish with simple colors?
Whatever you choose to decorate your garden with, we're going to go through several different colors of flowers and plants in these articles, and we hope you'll find something that fits perfectly in just your garden. To keep your garden in tip-top condition, we also recommend products such as our secateurs, hoes, planting spade, weeding tool and scissors.
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Let's start with white. White flowers and plants in the garden can provide a haven of style and a classical feel, and can make your garden blend in well with any buildings. A garden with lots of white flowers also makes for a gorgeous nocturnal garden. The white glows beautifully in the moonlight and makes your garden look bright and mysterious, almost like something out of a fairytale.
The following is a small list of a few tips for your all white garden.
Alpine Catchfly - Heliosperma alpestre
Small and beautiful white flowers. They grow to about 10 cm high. Alpine Catchfly thrives on rockeries or as a border plant or a ground cover, as Alpine Catchfly forms carpet-like 'mats' with its small, delicate flowers. Alpine Catchfly blossoms in May-June and is a member of the perennial genus of plants.
Honeysuckle - Lonicera caprifolium
Available in several colours depending on species, from yellowish-white to light pink or orange-red.
Extremely fragrant. Honeysuckle likes to climb or twine, making it ideal for posts or gates for instance. Blossoms from May to June.
Bearded Iris 'Immortality' - Iris Germanica group
Big, white and beautiful flowers. Bearded iris blossoms in June-July and will grow to a height of about 70-80 cm. Bearded iris thrives almost anywhere where there is plenty of sun and it' s dry, and can be a saviour in places where other flowers are unwilling to thrive. Iris is also very easy to care for, and can be a lifesaver when the green fingers just won't stay...well...green!
Snowball - Viburnum opulus 'Roseum'
Large clumps of white flowers, resembling snowballs (hence the name). Easily cultivated shrub that creates a nice shine because of its large flowers. Snowballs enjoy anything from shade to sun, and is very well suited to filling in an empty space in your garden due to the fact that it is a shrub that can grow to a height of about 200-300 cm. The Snowball shrub blossoms in June.