This flower bed sticks with two colors for a clean, but still vibrant, effect.
Accent your trees by encasing them in a ring of flowers.
Line the walkway to your front door with flower beds.
If you want to feel like your backyard is an actual field of flowers, plant taller flowers of varying colors, like tulips, wisteria, and azaleas.
Plant your tallest flowers in the middle for a more natural, less manicured feel.
Want to add some drama to your yard? Plant your flowers according to height to increase the sloping effect of a small hillside.
Plant flower beds in rows to create paths through your garden.
Use tree roots as a natural flower bed — it’ll give your backyard total Hobbiton vibes.
If you’ve got stonework in your yard, use it as a border for your flower beds.
The easiest way to make a flagpole part of your landscaping.