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HOME & GARDEN: 40 inspirations pour un jardin anglais:

40 inspirations pour un jardin anglais

Rose , Pivoine, Centaurea, Heuchera HOME & GARDEN: 40 inspirations pour un jardin anglais More ✨ ʈɦҽ ƥᎧɲɖ ❤ﻸ

Garden Ideas, Border ideas, Perennial Planting, Perennial combination, Spring Borders, Summer Borders, Bog Gardens, Shade gardens,  Candelabra primroses, Candelabra Primulas, Ostrich Fern, Phlox divaricata, Primula japonica, Ajuga

A Charming Plant Combination for Shady Gardens: Candelabra Primroses, Fern and Bugle

Use gravel to pave a garden path that meanders alongside your flower beds.

9 Lovely Ways to Make a Cottage-Style Garden

Create a winding garden path. Use gravel to pave a garden path that meanders alongside your flower beds. The key is to avoid any rigid lines, instead letting the path wind to mimic the free-flowing nature of the flowers beside it.

Garden Fragrance Galore! - Dianthus Firewitch - easy to grow groundcover for a sunny spot in the garden.

Different color for Dianthus Garden Fragrance Galore! - Dianthus Firewitch - easy to grow groundcover for a sunny spot in the garden.

Akebia longeracemosa "A collection from N. Taiwan. This makes a vigorous twining climber with semi-evergreen leaves composed of 5 slim leaflets. The scented blackish-maroon flowers are borne in pendulous racemes to 15cm long in spring. Purplish sausage shaped fruits can follow in autumn. Sun or semi-shade."

Akebia longeracemosa A collection from N. This makes a vigorous twining climber with semi-evergreen leaves composed of 5 slim leaflets. The scented blackish-maroon flowers are borne in pendulous racemes to long in spring.

Monk’s House, at Rodmell in Sussex, was cherished by the writer Virginia Woolf and offers glimpses of one of the greatest joys of her life.

Caroline Zoob chose bright zinnias for Monk's House, as she knew Leonard Woolf always liked them. Credit: Caroline Arber, from the book Virginia Woolf's Garden

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