Pinner says: "Hollyhocks and foxglove, perfect butterfly and hummingbird plants and deer resistant too. What i want to know is how gardeners get these 2 species to bloom together! In MY garden, foxgloves bloom in early summer and hollyhocks flower in late summer! What gives?? (These are not hollyhocks; think it's foxglove)"
Cottage Garden From artistlaraharris....
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Victorian Greenhouse Kit
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outdoor stone table
Country Houses, Tree, Garden Benches, Natural Stones, Dining Spaces, Outdoor Tables, Place, Stone Tabl, Provence France
Being on a budget doesn’t have to mean using ugly containers. If you’re willing to put a little elbow grease into converting a cheap plastic pot into something unique and stylish, then you can have nice looking pots for less than $20. Hunt down garage sales and scour Craig’s List to find inexpensive pots. Then with $10 of paint and stenciling supplies, you’ll be well on your way.
Turn your old ugly plastic pots into something stylish.
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pvc pipe pillars with mosiac tile overlay
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Chicken, Farm, Fresh Eggs, Dream, Flower Beds, Backyard, Rooster, Garden Beds, Hen
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cottage sidewalk garden
Plant, Dogs, Pathway, Purple Flowers, Brick, Garden Paths, Side Yards, Gardens, Walkway
Placing sculptural elements among plants or using them imaginatively as backdrops adds magic and romance to cottage gardens. Use them sparingly, to accentuate the plants rather than overwhelm them. - A curved path like this one will allow visitors to meander among plantings. Put an interesting focal point, like a bench, at the path’s end. These steps lead to a trellised rose.
Gorgeous cottage garden