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hydrangeas!

hydrangea and wisteria - both have varied flower colors. Both are also seen in Old Southern landscapes. Hydrangea like rich damp soil with filtered sun. Wisteria will seek out light and do well in full sun.

Cottage garden.

My dream: an English countryside cottage with this in the back yard 😍 With exterior on house updates.

Hydrangea in front of a French country home

Images of :: garden gorgeousness - Fieldstone Hill Design. I can only hope my hydrangeas will look like this someday!

I love hydrangeas!

a natural garden: hydrangea forest, Japan. Did they say HYDRANGEA FOREST? I just died and went to heaven.

Ana Rosa, vintagehomeca: / cottage garden

stone house with cottage look and windows that open side by side. Also love the hydrangea and ivy

beautiful.quenalbertini: Ana Rosa

the color of the house, the design of the trim, hanging basket and the other flowers. Must develop a green thumb.

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Lilacs - a summer favorite! Using the roof is a lovely idea. Wonder how it's done and what sort of lilacs.

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1b: Her garden is filled with Wisteria, a hanging flower that makes her garden seem like a magical castle.

wisteria is so beautiful. beautiful flagstone garden path down the fabulous wisteria garden!

Hollyhocks, perfections

attempting hollyhocks - they are biennials and take a couple of years. Beautiful things are never instant. Pretty green painted door and pink hollyhocks make a welcoming entrance

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Roses finding their way around the house. I am going to show this picture to my roses to explain what I want them to do!

"Tis the last rose of summer, Left blooming alone; All her lovely companions Are faded and gone." -  Thomas Moore, The Last Rose of Summer, 1830.

Pink climbing roses surround a cottage door in Dorset, England, almost definitely the entrance to a secret wonderland