Sunflowers are another iconic gardening image. Placed side by side with a white picket fence, and you have a stunning, classical portrait of modern landscaping. The immense, bright flowers will tower above nearly any fence, leaving the green, leafy stalks to form a verdant background to the high contrast white fencing. This creates a thickly veiled border to any yard, without the imposing presence of a tall fence.
Speaking of high contrast, white fences do best when squaring off against a multitude of bold colors. Tulips can be the perfect solution for adding a galaxy of color to any garden, as they absolutely pop against the neutral white of the fence. As we see here, layers of purple, orange, yellow, and pink bulbs make for a brilliant backdrop to a simple, low-slung white picket fence.
This adorable miniature white picket fence borders a lush garden filled with greenery and bursting with pansy viola flowers. The bright, multi-colored blooms act as a perfect foil for the white fencing, adding detail, texture, and visual complexity to the overall picture.
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Crowding against this modern white fence is a large burst of purple hydrangeas, surrounding the posts and toppling over with large warm-hued bursts. The large colorful blooms are a nice counterpoint to the thin white lines of the fencing, securing a warm and inviting look while providing privacy.
Daisies are another traditional favorite, valued for their optimistic brightness of bloom, standing proudly yellow against a sea of green. Filling a garden and pressing densely against this arrow-top white picket fence, the simple color combination of green, white, and bold yellow makes for a pleasantly timeless appearance.
Here’s a rustic-look old fashioned white picket fence, surrounding a lush and thickly populated garden. A gang of various colorful flowers line the lower edge of the fence, adding detail and visual appeal to the fading white posts. This look masks the point at which the fence touches the ground, allowing for it to organically rise from the growth.