Pantone color of the year 2018 is ultra violet. And in this article, we’ll give you tips on how to infuse ultra violet in your existing landscape so you can stay in vogue the whole year round.
Use ultra violet plant markers.
Easily identify and navigate through your diverse garden with ultra violet-painted markers. Brush your wooden planks, stakes, or stones anew in the trendiest shade of the year and see your garden dappled with the ultra violet hue instantly. You can also apply it on your pots, fences, and other garden décor like pinwheels or even your weather vanes.
Line the path with creative ultra violet.
Being greeted with this color that symbolizes brilliance and creativity can definitely lift up your spirits on a dreary day when you’re not feeling up to gardening. Paint the border or line it up with flower pots of violets or lavender, even chamomile for an ultra violet treatment.
Go ultra by planting 50 shades of ultra violet flowers.
If you’re a true-blue fan of ultra violet, then go all out on your spring planning by planting all violet flowers. While the violet group of flowers vary in shades, columbines, and irises truly sport ultra violet. For a lighter shade, go for pansies, freesia, and aster.
Install ultra violet spotlights.
Let your plants shine even after the sun has set with spotlights trained on them at night. Make the light sport an ultraviolet hue by simply attaching a transparent ultraviolet film on top of the light to bathe the garden in its brilliant hue.
Hang ultraviolet lanterns at night.
For a more cost-effective lighting solution, hang paper lanterns of ultraviolet hue. Make it feel like you’re having a lantern festival all-year round with these décor brightening up the horizon.