Dripping with flowers and heady with odor, these gardens are located on an amazing view of countryside life and using a cottage garden you’ll be able to bring a breath of this country to any space.
Pick plants which are doers: hardy and tough. In a cottage garden there’s plenty of competition for space so that you will need the plants you put in to hold their own. Expect there to be down times in the garden. This sort of garden is going to look amazing in summer but will have a silent season in winter. Plant winter and spring bulbs to help give shade through that down time.
If you’re planting a tiny food garden onto a patio, balcony, or are developing a garden for the very first time in your yard, it is very important to make a habitat which invites pollinators. A patio is similar to a deck to some degree. To provide a pure signature, you are able to build a fireplace right in the center of the deck.