About The Gardener’s Color Wheel
By Sydney Eddison
If you invest a minute or two in reading the paragraph
of color theory on the front of the wheel and the description of
color schemes on the back, you can begin playing with the wheel and
getting ideas for garden combinations now. But you will get more
out of your Gardener’s Color Wheel if you read the booklet
first. It won’t take long, and everything need to know is right
If you haven’t acquired The Gardener’s Color Wheel yet, you will be ahead of the game if you familiarize yourself with
a few color terms.
For a start, the word color has only
one synonym, hue. From now on, the two will be used interchangeably.
The rest of the color terms you will meet here are familiar words
used, in what may be to you, unfamiliar ways to describe the nature
of hues and their variations.
Next: Understanding Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary
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