The cottage garden’s roots are in 18th century England. It was designed not to waste any space. As a result, it is an informal design using a dense arrangement of traditional English flowers. Our Cottage Garden is a colourful display, featuring hollyhocks, a variety of coneflowers, black-eyed susans, daisies, delphiniums, peonies, hydrangeas and campanulas as well as many other species.
Perennials Made Easy My web site is about easy to grow perennials for all seasons, gardening ideas, and how to plan a flower garden with beds and borders. Would be pretty at the bottom of the front yard