Color My World Red and Blue #ColorMyWorld

I think a summer garden needs to have a little red and blue in it!  Take this little garden from Notes from a Cottage Garden.  The white fence, with a little red bee balm, white daisies and blue bachelor's buttons is as charming and summery as it gets!

Feature here:  Rattlebridge Farm
Another summer charmer uses red flowers as the mainstay and alternates the blue and white pots and still comes off as completely charming!  The Armstrong Garden blog uses red salvia and petunias to create this summery scene!

Blue is a hard flower to find, so maybe you will want to use the blue in the physical sense, as in a fence or a door or a planter, like this house did.  I think a blue door is simply adorable.

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So which was your favorite? How do you like to use red and blue in your summer garden?  Any suggestions for those of us who are still looking?  Let us know in the comments!

This post is in conjunction with a fabulous group of women bloggers called Project Beautiful. We blog about gardening and food and crafts.  Please visit their blogs to learn more about their areas of expertise!

All the links below come from our Project Beautiful bloggers!  That means that you can know that the crafts have been made, the recipes eaten, and the gardens planted before it hits the blog. Enjoy the wonderful red and blue posts below!

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