Funk up your garden.
english cottage garden borders – This is what Im trying to achieve. I only wish they had identified all the flowers.
Book Review: Clive Nichols English Gardens
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!
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The Galloping Gardener: Must See British gardens – Wollerton Old Hall, Shropshire
Old Rectory, Netherbury, West Dorset, England. Conditions: Heavy clay and fertile sandy clay, mild and wet climate Highlights: Classic English garden with exuberant plantings, formal topiary, and a memorable bog garden and thornery. photo Jerry Harpur for Traditional Home
english country garden even a small garden can look wonderfully …
country garden – SFH adds: I had to pin this wonderful site on three different boards it is such a great example of a successful border, winning plant combinations, and Blue/Purple- crown jewels in the garden.
English country garden. My family was fortunate to live in two places like this, one in Europe and one in Canada where my father was head gardener. The memories are sweet. More