Yes, the flower garden is bursting with colour, but if you're after style points, go white
How to work white on white
WHEN CUTTING AND ARRANGING the blooms from your garden, white on white may seem counter-intuitive as you gaze upon the many lovely hues calling for attention in your flower beds. But a pure white floral arrangement will work in any space, precisely because of its simplicity. In a colourful room, white blooms will stand out and add a note of serenity. Within a white decorating scheme, the textures and shapes of the flowers will draw the eye, so mix bold, graphic lilies and orchids, with softer daisies and primulas. Don’t want all white? White and green or white and yellow flowers are also classic spring combinations.