Sketch your flower bed layout, and consider the spacing between plants to promote healthy growth. Annuals thrive at six inches apart, small perennials six to twelve inches apart, and taller perennials up to 36 inches apart. Choose the right flower bed width for your garden size to create a balanced look.
Planning what you will plant and the placement of plants should begin long before you dig your ground. It is best to research how much space the kinds of flowers will occupy, their colors, and the texture they'll add to your garden.
You must know what your plant needs. Some plants can tolerate shade, while others can tolerate full sun exposure. This will affect the location of where you should place your plants.
When it comes to placement, plant clusters of individual flowers in "drifts" that progressively blend into one another. The best arrangement is increasing the plants' height from front to back. The shortest plants should be in front, while the tallest plants should be in the back
Flower beds can be of any shape. Angular, square, round, or curved are typical shapes. Spend some time walking around the boundary of your flower bed to make sure you can see it from every angle. Understanding how it will appear from different perspectives will help you decide what shape of bed will suit your preference.
Pick hues that complement one another well. The best color combinations help set moods when designing a flower garden. Warm colors are energizing, and cool colors are relaxing to the viewer.