It’s a great blessing to have parents or grandparents in your family who have a garden. A vegetable garden so that you can go and pick strawberries or cherries, it’s so good.
A garden of flowers and trees so that you can go water, collect leaves, look for snails or make snowmen when it has snowed. Today, you can have fun with these beautiful garden coloring pages here.
Free Garden Coloring Pages
In a garden or a park, we generally tend to recreate in a small way what already exists in nature within the same territory or different environments.
We also try to recreate landscapes or views that have aroused in us pleasant feelings, that remind us, for example, of childhood, vacations, or that we have seen in a magazine.
We copy what the neighbor does, we follow the fashion of the moment, or we adapt to the aesthetic sensitivity of the designer.
Plants are thus considered more than anything else as static objects, furnishing accessories, often forgetting that each plant has its specific characteristics resulting from a complex adaptation to precise environmental conditions and that, in nature, it occupies an exact hierarchical position in sharing the available space.
In thinking about our garden, we must consider the characteristics of the environment and choose plants whose specific needs are in harmony with it, not only on an individual level but also in the relationship with the others within the group.