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  • Dorrie Logan

    Colours! Garden Design Galleries: Cottage Gardens Pictures

  • Elyssa S

    Cottage garden plants : Lavender blue scabiosa and red Astrantia; rosy Pimpinella and Alstroemeria; lacy white Eupatorium rugosom ‘Chocolate’ and creamy Clematis recta; and deep purple delphiniums.

  • Jan Martinez

    Oregon Garden

  • Jeff Whetstine

    The use of contrasting and complimentary colors

  • Janice Kyle

    Gorgeous colors

  • Barbara Smith

    cottage garden ideas - Google Search

  • Lillian Egleston

    Pick plants for a cottage effect - Cottage gardens may appear wild and romantic, but it takes the right combination of colors, textures, and accessories to pull off the look. - In this garden: Lavender blue scabiosa and red Astrantia; rosy Pimpinella and Alstroemeria; lacy white Eupatorium rugosom ‘Chocolate’ and creamy Clematis recta; and deep purple delphiniums.

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