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Jessica Lynne
Jessica Lynne • 2 years ago

When it comes to the cottage or shabby chic garden, manicured borders are out and full, freeform planting is in. To capture the cottage style, plant hardy perennials like hydrangea and tea roses — forget symmetry. Demure pastels like pink and lavender are the must-have color palette in a shabby chic garden.