Colorful Cottage Garden Plan;    Traditional cottage gardens often use a picket fence as a backdrop, but you can also use a wall or evergreen hedge. The idea is to create a backdrop to highlight the lovely flowers. The bed measures approximately 8'x4' and should be placed in full sun.

Traditional cottage gardens often use a picket fence as a backdrop, but you can also use a wall or evergreen hedge. The idea is to create a backdrop to highlight the lovely flowers. The bed measures approximately and

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Traditional English Cottage Garden  This garden plan uses soft pinks, yellows, blues, purples, and whites to create an old-fashioned English cottage garden. Garden size: 20 by 16 feet.

Garden Plans for Cottage Style

Traditional English Cottage Garden This garden plan uses soft pinks, yellows, blues, purples, and whites to create an old-fashioned English cottage garden. Garden size: 20 by 16 feet. - My Cottage Garden

English cottage garden in Worcestershire ~ English garden. The different colors and textures are great together.

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Got me thinking of adding lanterns to our fence in the back yard or on a post in the landscaping. A project that will have to wait til later, but very pretty. ~Light blue flowers are Catmint, dark blue-purple are Salvia Blue Friesland .

oh how beautiful is this 'old English cottage garden with its' white picket fence and trellis burgeoning with all things pink!

8 Essential Elements for Planning a Cottage Garden

Rose entrance - this arbor would lead into my secret garden. I love it being white and the gate being surrounded by roses:).

english cottage garden borders - This is what I'm trying to achieve.  I only wish they had identified all the flowers.

english cottage garden borders - This is what I dream of! Fields of wild flowers as my yard :)

A little Beatrix Potter décor is a nice touch for your English cottage garden. The messy, slightly wild appearance of this landscaping style gives you ample opportunity to incorporate animal statuary. Just stick with rural country species like hedgehogs and rabbits

In a small-scale garden, every detail matters. Look for whimsical touches you can include in beds or along pathways. Mismatched furniture creates an eclectic look. Worn wood, old wicker,

The cottage garden’s roots are in 18th century England. It was designed not to waste any space. As a result, it is an informal design using a dense arrangement of traditional English flowers. Our Cottage Garden is a colourful display, featuring hollyhocks, a variety of coneflowers, black-eyed susans, daisies, delphiniums, peonies, hydrangeas and campanulas as well as many other species.

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5 Elements of a Cottage Garden | from On Sutton Place | Plant suggestions and placement ideas for a traditional English cottage garden. Easy and fun for any DIY gardener! #spon

5 Elements of a Cottage Garden

Plant suggestions and placement ideas for a traditional English cottage garden. Easy and fun for any DIY gardener.

The traditional Mary Garden has its roots in Medieval Europe.  The plants and flowers in a Mary Garden represent attributes of Mary.  It is similar to an English cottage garden, but with Mary-related names.  A Virgin Mary statue is prominent.

The traditional Mary Garden has its roots in Medieval Europe. The plants and flowers in a Mary Garden represent attributes of Mary. It is similar to an English cottage garden, but with Mary-related names. A Virgin Mary statue is prominent.

5 Must Have Plants for your English Garden | Create the cottage style garden you've always dream about. Start with these 5 plants.

5 Must Have Plants for your English Garden

5 Must Have Plants for your English Garden Create the cottage style garden you've always dream about. Start with these 5 plants.

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