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Cottage Garden Ideas from Pinterest, DagmarBleasdale.com

Cottage Garden Ideas from Pinterest for Our Blue Cottage

I love iris, wisteria,benches and old iron.After tracking through two sites, I'm still unsure of the source of the photo.The sites themselves were worth the trip and I'll keep the wisteria.

100+ Ideas for a charming cottage gardenhttp://www.hometalk.com/l/74d

Charming Ideas for a Cottage Garden Idea Box by Tanya Peterson Felsheim

arbor in a cottage garden http://sheilablanchette.wordpress.com/2013/05/21/walking-day-6-7/

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:).

Really useful Cottage Garden Plant infographic from The Enduring Gardener.

14 DIY ideas for your garden decoration 8

English garden designers, such as Vita Sackville-West, Geoffrey Jellicoe, and Charles Wade; also, use plants such as river birch, White foxglove, Japanese forest grass, 'Sum and Substance' hosta, Shirley Blue speedwell, Duchesse de Nemours peony, Golden columbine, 'Royal Standard' hosta, Moonshine yarrow, Five-leaf akebia, "Patricia" geranium

Cottage Garden Designs We Love

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

I like the idea of a wild looking garden with myriad colors and vegetation with varying heights. So pretty!

Best Plants for a Cottage Garden

Day lilies, rudbeckia (black eyed Susan), tall phlox, and artemisia. Black Eyed Susans are ideal flowers for honeybees

Cottage garden - Rough fence (Permanently opened gate?), sunken path, feathery flowers

Top 10 Tips for Making Your Home Look Like a Cottage

Cottage style gardens are wildly popular today and tend to be lower maintenance than their formal counterparts. See how easy it is to add cottage style.

5 Inspiring Ways to Create a Cottage Style Garden

Install a white fence for curb appeal. A low fence like this is both playful and proper. Dressed with roses and fronted with mounding perennials, it makes a welcome entry from the street or sidewalk. (If we ever put up that white picket fence!

If you want to make a perennial cottage garden, these are the plants you should grow!

The Best Perennial Plants for Cottage Gardens

If you want to make a perennial cottage garden, these are the plants you should grow! - The Practical Gardener

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.

Workshop Garden Inspiration

My dream: an English countryside cottage with this in the back yard 😍 With exterior on house updates.

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Cottage Garden Designs We Love

[What a pretty perennial garden.] Beauty of Perennials Purple coneflower, daisies, foxglove, black-eyed susans, astilbe and hollyhocks fill this garden.

Top 10 self-seeding plants for a cottage garden. These low-maintenance self-seeding plants spread around your garden for a relaxed style

Let self-seeding plants rule for a cottage garden feel. Self-seeding varieties are low maintenance and produce new plants for free every year.

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