Create the perfectly colored garden. One cannot help but feel energized and happy when entering a colorful spring garden, ready to explore the smells, sounds, and colors. One of the first choices you might make for your garden, is what color or colors to use to best fit your personality and set the mood of your various 'garden rooms'. Some colors pair well together, while others may vibrate or add tension. Colors opposite the color wheel compliment each other, while colors next to each other are more analogous. One way to create a unified garden is to use colors sparingly, creating so called color echoes throughout the garden. When choosing color, consider the overall effect you seek. Some colors warm, others cool, some calm, while others create tension. While others make spaces look smaller or larger. At the end of the day, however, it's all about the colors you love and the space you want to create. Orange is an attention grabbing color. It will dominate, as it's an upbeat and enthusiastic color. It is warm, trendy, and hip. Use it to accentuate. Collection consists of: 12 Tulips Princess Irene, 5 Fritillaria Rubra, and 12 Daffodils Geranium.