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6 Steps to a No-Work Cottage Garden

This is what I envision my front flowerbed looking like some day. 6 Steps to a No-Work Cottage Garden Create a garden that's big on color -- but small on labor.

Astilbe in a border

Front yard/house Astilbe in a border makes a fabulous show & grows equally well in full sun/partial shade.LOVE this bright pink!

Dream blossoms

Previous Pinner: small lush cottage garden by SHR: Interesting alternative the small brick walkway among lush flowers of every kind, but no grass or lawn. Wonder if it could be done with perennials.

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Foxglove & blue delphinium are shy in the sun. Shade is much better for these delicate flowers. The foxglove can handle a little more heat/sun than delphinium.

beautiful mix of perennial flowers bloom in a wide range of blue, white, yellow, red, and purple colors against a brown, stone, wall

Tried-and-True Perennials for Your Garden

Riotous with high-summer color, this perennial border is built to last. After the delphiniums fade, purple salvias and strappy-leafed variegated irises keep the show going till fall. - Gardening And Living

Just right...creating a country garden (1) From: Better homes And Gardens (2) Webpage has a convenient Pin It Button

Create a Country Garden

GREEN PATH IN GARDEN old doors as gates.love it! Garden horizontal fencing and tall contemporary planters - Gaskin Street brick pathways i.

Adore the layers of pink. Wild, romantic and yet elegant garden colour.

colors, English garden inspiration (pink roses, purple thistles, dark-leaved actea and heuchera, variegated grasses)

rock and rusty things idea

Another Pinner Said: shade gardens- hmmm. now that's a great idea to make raised flower beds around my tree in the backyard! (I can't dig there because of tree roots and possible utility wires.

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