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Fan the Flames of ColorTogether, reds and yellows create an almost flamelike appearance, as seen here with marigolds and salvia in the foreground. Orange Leads the WayWarm hues of red and orange go nicely with tan and amber tiles and coleus.
The Heat is OnRich-looking containers and fencing add an intriguing touch to this hot garden of coreopsis, crocosmia, dahlia, Asiatic lily, and Rudbeckia. Height and HeatPlumes of pink from Joe-Pye weed (Eupatorium) and meadow rue (Thalictrum) capture some attention with their height, but the yellows, oranges, and hot-pinks below dominate the color wheel enough to add some heat. Overall EffectRed roses and yellow Rudbeckia are surefire bets to add some sizzle to a garden bed.
Raising RedTowering red canna blooms set the scene for a hot garden that also includes zinnias, Rudbeckia, and lantana.


Classy PairingA simple partnership that harkens back to cottage gardens of the past includes the happy pairing of red and yellow roses with a neutral white picket fence.
Warm, Not HotEvergreens and birch trees in the distance cool off a garden that has its share of hot-color plants, including marigolds, nasturtium, and beebalm (Monarda).
All Together NowGaillardia, Heliopsis, yarrow, daylilies, and marigolds warm up a rustic fence.
The colors continue in the background with the foliage of the crotons and the flowers of the shrimp plants and marigolds. Reds, yellows, and oranges move the thermometer upwards, courtesy of beebalm (Monarda) and yarrow. Celosia and several varieties of marigold go hand in hand with a hand-painted goldfish planter.


A splash of white feverfew (Tanacetum) adds interest without clashing with the other colors. This small window box has traditional favorites salvia and celosia mixed in with bacopa, licorice plant (Helichrysum), snapdragon, and spike dracaena.



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