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  1. Annual Flower Color K-State Research & Extension - Riley County

  2. Make and Use of the ColorWheel Meaning of Colors Examples of Flower Beds Praire Star Flowers Design Your Own Flower Bed Annual Flower Color Course Objectives

  3. The color wheel is divided into three categories: primary, secondary, and tertiary. The three primary colors are red,yellowandblue. These colors are considered to be foundation colors because they are used to create all other colors. Color Wheel

  4. By combining two of the primary colors, three secondary colors are formed. They are orange,green&violet. The six tertiary colors are made by combining a primary and an adjacent secondary color. These colors are red-orange,red-violet,yellow-green,yellow-orange,blue-green&blue-violet. Color Wheel

  5. Monochromatic - This color scheme uses a single hue. (ex: redand its varyingtints&shades) Analogous - This scheme uses adjacent hues. (ex: red,red-orange, &red-violet) Color Wheel Related Color Schemes

  6. Complementary - Two hues opposite each other on the color wheel are considered to be complementary colors. When used together in a design, they make each other seem brighter and more intense. (ex:red&green) Split complementary - Three colors are used: any hue and the two adjacent to its complement. (ex:red, yellow-green, & blue-green) Triadic - This scheme also uses three colors. They are evenly spaced from each other. (ex:red,yellow, & blue) Color Wheel Contrasting Color Schemes

  7. Double complement - This color scheme uses two pairs of complements. (ex:yellow&violet,blue&orange) Alternate complement - Uses four colors: a triad and a complement to one of the hues. (ex:red,yellow,blue&violet) Tetrad - Uses four colors evenly spaced on the color wheel. A primary, secondary and two tertiary colors are used. (ex:red,green,yellow-orange, &blue-violet) Color Wheel Discordant Color Schemes

  8. Black Brown Gray White Spare Color Wheel Colors not on the Wheel

  9. Flower’s cells pH Plant Pigments Flavonids -red throughblue Carotenoid -yellowandorange Chlorophyll -green Flower Colors How and Why

  10. "Black": discord, evil, loss, depression, death, but when tempered with white, signifies prudence and humility, secrecy, and is associated with sophistication and elegance. "White": innocence, purity, secrecy, protection, peace, truth, liberation, sincerity, youthfulness, chastity, favorable, passionate, balanced "Brown": hesitation, neutrality, uncertainty, strength, solidity, and maturity. Meaning of Colors Spare Wheel

  11. "Yellow": happy, friendly, joy, friendship, charm, learning, mind, communication, discipline, attraction, confidence, persuasion "Red": vigor, energy, anger, domineering, love, passion, respect, courage, comfort, truth, strength, fire, and enthusiasm, activity, movement "Blue": peaceful, heaven, divine love, wisdom, hope and generosity, healing, meditation, truth, tranquility, rest, deepening, coolness, solitude Meaning of Colors Primary Colors

  12. “Violet”: healing, peace, spirituality, intuition, art, creativity, faith, imagination, mysteriousness “Orange”: warmth, strength, authority, attraction, joy, success, adaptability, stimulation "Green": rest, youth, vigor, hope, cheerfulness, healing, helpful, luck, balance, harmony, growth, change, nature, devotion, sympathy, compassion's_leap/meaning/white.htm Meaning of Colors Secondary Colors

  13. Cool Colors - green,blue,violet Calming Warm Colors -red,orange,yellow Tend to catch the eye more easily Color Uses

  14. White,silverorgray, andyellow Should be used sparingly since they have a tendency to drown out the rest of the design. Use as accent. No more than 10%. These colors are the last to see at dusk. These accent shade gardens. When used in the back, these colors can create the illusion of depth. Color Uses

  15. Pink, yellow, & blue Red, pink, & white Pink, rose, & crimson Yellow, bronze, & orange Blue & orange or blue & white orblue & yellow Yellow & orange or yellow & violet Favorite school or team colors Color Uses Color Combinations

  16. Office Professional:Sharon Bairow-Riffey Photographer: Allen Eyestone Color Wheel Info: University of Florida County Extension Director: Alan Ladd Extension Master Gardener: Barbara Green Information Systems: Andy Schone Credits A Big Thank You To