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Maria Hickey & Associates Landscapes
Landscapes
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do not want the garden to have a wild english style
The flair of cottage garden planting. Planting schemes moved away from Victorian restrictions and turned to a more naturalistic or cottage garden style. These plantings related to the site and soil conditions, the local identity and
This romantic Boston garden features a sundial at the terminus of a stone path. Framed with tall lilies and a loose mix of anemones, dianthus and petunias, the sundial makes a vertical element near the house. This is classic cottage style with a loose and informal feel.
delightful is this garden? The inlaid pavers are the ideal fit for such a space – it’s pretty enough to belong in a fairytale.
Le charme du cottageUn jardin exquis, n’est-ce pas ? Les pavés incrustés sont idéals dans ce genre d’espaces. C’est si joli qu’on se croirait presque dans un conte de fées.
“Varied plants” — rlvalverde
Becky Harris
Provincetown Cottage
Ideabooks9,011
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bright orange flowers may be lilies, possibly tiger lilies. Hope this helps a bit. It's a very pretty flower garden though needs some pruning.
Could you list the plants/herbs/flowers in this garden?
Cottage garden mixed with food crops like kale
Cottage gardens - English country inspired.
The cottage-potage garden. I imagine the historic
Such a pretty cottage surrounded by natural beauty!
The cottage-potage garden. I imagine the historic predecessor of what I call the cottage-potage garden might have looked a bit like this garden, with edibles such as kale (in the foreground), herbs and squash (adjacent to the house) planted here and there
the front yard. See more cottage gardens
A traditional cottage garden blends vegetables and flowers in a riotous mix of colors and textures. They stand in sharp contrast to the simple lines and white siding of the house behind them.
“Brick steps” — kfrieze4211
Maria Hickey & Associates Landscapes
Landscapes
Ideabooks2,158
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Plant for color. A cottage garden is, above all, vibrant
Plant for color. A cottage garden is, above all, vibrant. You can use an exuberant mix of colors, go for something bold or stick to softer shades. A color wheel can be a great guide for choosing colors, whether you want them to contrast or complement each other.Design tip: If you're new to designing
“i like” — Hoang Anh Ly
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Cottage Garden, Aptos
Ideabooks3,518
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garden on side of garage, steps
Is the cottage look more your style? Cottage gardens are perfect in a small space. Cluster 10 to 15 plants around your doorstep for a charming look. Go for plants with fragrance to create an experience every time you come home. Plants that work well in a cottage garden like
your plantingsIs the cottage look more your style? Cottage gardens are perfect in a small space. Cluster 10 to 15 plants around your doorstep for a charming look. Go for plants with fragrance to create an experience every time you come home. Plants that work well in a cottage garden like this include
I forgot to mention that magical gardens also go hand-in-hand with my definition of cottage.
look more your style? Cottage gardens are perfect in a small space. Cluster 10 to 15 plants around your doorstep for a charming look. Go for plants with fragrance to create an experience every time you come home. Plants that work well in a cottage garden like this include catmint, Russian sage, lavender
“It's yard etc” — doylenerb
Anna Looper
Cottage Gardens
Ideabooks2,511
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like this look fro front yard - cottage garden-ish
The fact it is cottage style and the neutral color of plants
Flowering rain garden
cottage garden flower bed
front yard rain garden
ornamental edible gardens
Side cottage garden...cottage garden...Cute Cottage Garden...Cottage Gardens...cottage garden...flower gardens...organic gardens
“variety” — Wynn Witthans
Inside Out- Interior & Exterior Design
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Inside Out - Interior & Exterior Design
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Hello--this edging would look so good in my North Florida garden!! I have crushed granite pathways.....but I need some curved edging ideas that are inexpensive and that I would be able to do myself. Thank you so much for the beautiful picture!!
of mystery in a classic country cottage garden style
curved walkways & cottage garden layering
It also looks great with a cutting garden.
Keep it informal. A certain informality defines cottage garden plants, of course, but it also applies to your hardscape. Gravel, pebbles or bark make great choices for paths, for instance. Rather than identical bricks set precisely in mortar, look for
“Lots of focal points and areas of mystery in a classic country cottage garden style” — angelakdance1959
NatureWorks Landscape Services, Inc.
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Planting Beds
Ideabooks12,770
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hello this is just beautiful. I have 3 small garden spots full sun in afternoons shaded in the mornings I live in zone 7 (I think) central Oklahoma any advice??
looks just like my garden hahaha. best advice for clay soil is to add sand and compost so that you have healthy loam.
Thank you. Your garden is beautiful. My soil is heavy clay, can you give me some advise?
more casual or cottage-inspired, go for gentle or sweeping curves
If your preferred look is more casual or cottage-inspired, go for gentle or sweeping curves.
“Another view” — weston802
Anna Looper
Front Porch Makeover Summer 2010
Ideabooks10,160
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Who helped you design the garden? It s beautiful. Is it all sunny perennials?
Hi. Would you happen to have a layout of the garden and types of plants? It is beautiful. Much gratitude. Anika
R'Mel - it appears random, but gardens like this need more attention than the "orderly" ones. As someone who has tried (mostly unsuccessfully) to create such ordered chaos, I assure you there is nothing random about the plant placement here.
Add an unexpected element. It could be a burst of orange in a pink and lavender garden or a pop of dark lavender in a gold and red flower
permanent paving, and that's fine. Instead, create a cottage feel in a large garden bed, and let the plants billow over onto the sidewalk to soften the space.
“Lanscaping” — kcorrao
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