A white flower garden is very popular among flower lovers. Some may find a “flower garden white” boring; however, with the proper background and bits and pieces of color it can be quite wonderful.
White gardens stand out more if they are enhanced with a backdrop of dark foliage. The Burning Bush (Compacta) makes a wonderful backdrop with dark red leaves that will bring out the white in the garden.
If you are not so bold, you might consider lining the back of the garden with lilac bushes or something simple like the Kelsey Dwarf Dogwood. This plant features dark green leaves and white blooms in the spring, which are replaced by white berries in the summer.
Choosing Your Flowers
When choosing white flowers for your garden, be sure to pay attention to your hardiness zone and the light requirement of the flowers. You won’t want to sun bathe them or shade them to death.
Here are some white flowers that you may consider:
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