Flower beds give you the chance to bring color and texture to your landscape design. Use a flower bed to create a focal point, give purpose to an awkward space and reduce the amount of grass you must mow each week. A flower bed can take many shapes and can incorporate everything from small annual flowers to large heirloom shrubs. When you landscape your own flower bed, you should choose a design and features that complement the other landscaping characteristics in your outdoor space, and use plants that grow well in your area.
The choice of plants is entirely up to you. You might choose to mix perennial flowers with annuals, or dedicate the entire bed to annuals, such as petunias (Petunia spp.), marigolds (Tagetes spp.) or snapdragons (Antirrhinum spp.). You can plant different colors of the same plant species, or choose a single color and plant several different plant species with that color. If you want color variation, choose from complementary colors or contrasting colors. Select flowers with different blooming times so you will have flowers in bloom throughout the growing season.
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