English Cottage Garden Flowers?

Answer The Colorado State University Cooperative Extension suggests that cottage gardens started in England in the 16th century with farm laborers and tenants cultivating small areas of land near their ho... Read More »

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How to Create a Cottage Garden?

Especially popular during Victorian times, the cottage garden requires an abundance and variety of plants. Similar terms for this type of garden are the country garden or the English garden. Knowin... Read More »

How to Start a Cottage Garden?

Cottage gardens are a classic style in British garden design. The busy mixture of sweet scented flowers and quaint features creates a homely atmosphere that cannot be beaten. This article outlines ... Read More »

What plants can I get for a cottage garden in the UK that will self seed?

There's so many. Wildflowers, amaranth, columbine, Iupins, larkspur, dephiniums, santolina, blue polemonium, or Jacob's ladder, calendula, sweet william, Iceland poppies, Shirley poppy, phlox,... Read More »

How to Keep Weeds From Growing in My Cottage Garden?

The heirloom roses, tall delphinium spires, and colorful blend of trees and flowers make your cottage garden a picturesque landscape. Puffy dandelions and obnoxious weeds not only distract from you... Read More »