THE importance of the COLOR in the garden design garden colors have psychological connotation. All people perceive colors differently, not only to view but by the nomination of the color. Red and yellow are exciting colors that draw attention toward himself and toward any object closer to them. Plants of these colors can be splendidly used to focus attention on some element of garden design as it can be the case of the basement of a sculpture or fountain. Foliage or yellow plants is excellent for skirting steps or other area that requires some measure of caution.
Blue is a soothing color that can provide a feeling of freshness, regardless of whether it is you dare water or with flowering plants, should be installed in the garden in an area that turns any banking or rest this chairs can provide a calming oasis environment. Blue is an excellent accent in the garden accompanied by a yellow design glossy or a pink, being also a direct complement to the Orange. Green a primary color for the design of the garden. Green is soothing to the eye, both indoors and outdoors. The green of the grass is beneficial; It allows patients in a hospital to recover, in the garden unifies plantation and softens the sharp lines of constructed elements. White gives a sense of clean purity and precision. White reflects light and is the last of the colors that disappear from view at night. In areas shaded, foliage plants clear and white flowers are noticeable in the dark, providing shape and focal points to a garden might not be noticeable. To give color to the garden not only they are flowers but that can come from other sources such as foliage, fruits, bark, stones, pots, artistic pieces and other objects that can be used in the design of the garden so that they give rise to color. The trend in the design of the garden is that it is something less formal, allowing to the people experience more and more with the combination of colors without worrying too much about of that harmonize perfectly.