Great color combos in that photo! I love my Photoshop.
I know the pain of "colorscheme-itis" after years as a graphic designer. The most common solution for me is to open a photo(s) that will be used in my project, and use the color picker tool to sample an array of colors.
Here's another option for those stymied by color combos:
It's an online tool that creates various color schemes. Pick a glass rod and match its color as closely as you can using the color wheel and the lightness/brightness boxes underneath...or by choosing a matching hexidecimal swatch on the right side. Then look at the color used in various schemes- monochromatic, complimentary, split complement, analagous, etc. View in the default of "normal vision" mode with "web colors" unchecked.
Also, challenge yourself to create color schemes based on items in your environment: fabrics, favorite magazine images, greeting cards, household product labels, etc.
Keep an inspiration box and throw some of these things in it for reference.