Today, gardens where only white flowering plants grow, are called moon or white gardens. Various shades of green, white or silver foliage, as well as different structure of leaves, blooms and plant shapes add to their versatility. Often, we will find shades of blue and rouge among the flowering plants there. At night, this garden is at its best: in the darkness, all colours disappear except for the white, which glows generously in the moonlight.
Flower, as the embodiment of beauty, has always occupied a special place in the history of human society. For thousands of years flowers have been an integral part of our communication, enriching it with new colours and meanings. Therefore, the language of flowers is as old as the mankind itself. It is a reflection of our history and culture.