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English Cottage Gardening
cottage garden planting guide from bhg
Delphiniums foxglove, essential for any English cottage garden!
English Country Garden…aaah welcome, do come through please.
An old-fashioned cottage garden not only looks and smells wonderful, it also attracts wildlife too. A cottage garden should inspire your senses, it should look natural, smell wonderful and taste just as good, as many plants and flowers grown in a cottage garden are edible.
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.
oh how beautiful is this old English cottage garden with its white picket fence and trellis burgeoning with all things pink!
A blog for passionate gardeners with an emphasis on the quaint English Cottage Garden style
english cottage garden
Yes, you can create a garden like this! Just look at the shapes: sharp spires, round globes, soft spires, and a few oddballs. Pick flower shapes in the same color family (pinks and purples, here), throw in a few silver foliage plants, and plant closely together. Its that simple!