Lavender Nest Cottage Garden

These gardens began as flat piece of land overgrown with ivy. It is here that I learned to garden- within the past 4 years. I have little blue stones which glow in the dark, sprinkled along the paths and the side of the cottage, which I have designed to look like a forest floor. There are ferns, Jack-in-the-Pulpit, Hellebores, and hosta there. At nighttime, the glowing stones look like little faeries lurking!
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potting bench and it's purple!!!

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Heaven on earth <3

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Oh, to always know this happiness!

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Such a blissful little place

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How sweet it is...

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Loving this

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Things are beginning to bloom in front of my sweet cottage! I will post updates in pictures as my posies fill in!!!

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I planted these "Forget-Me-Nots" to remind me of my dad every time I enter my sweet little cottage.

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Must smell so good

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Garden gate with another of my paths!

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Hellebores in my English cottage garden

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My English garden

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My little path (aka leftover stones I HAD to play with!)

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Back garden with herbs

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Such a sweet stone and moss entrance to welcome you!

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An herb garden in its early stages

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Another day, another path...

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sweet snow drops!

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My sweet little <3 flower bed <3

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I built a stone path and landscaping comes next!

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Adding to the cottage beds

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So serene!

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Coming together to look like a sweet little cottage haven!

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Lavender Nest Cottage in bloom...

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How quickly my path became mossy and the greenery filled in!

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