Top 10 Cottage Garden Favourites 

By priyanka

25-1-2023

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 Biennial or perennial, hollyhocks are erect and unbranched, with a coating of star-shaped hairs.  

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10. Hollyhock

 Foxgloves (Digitalis), have a tall, spiked and tubular flower which can be white, yellow, purple or pink and are loved by bee

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9. Foxglove

 These twining climbers are beautifully scented and ideal for growing over walls, trees and other garden structure

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8. Wisteria

 Plant these long-lived plants in spring to see healthy spikes of lavender-blue flowers. 

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7. Catmint

 Climbing roses have many uses, such as decorating pergolas and arches, as well as rambling through trees and bushes or covering unsightly object

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6. Rambling Rose

 Delphinium cultivars can vary in height and bloom in midsummer to reveal impressive flower spikes.

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5. Delphinium

 Ideal for attracting bees and butterflies to your garden, phlox produces fragrant flowers that will fill your cottage garden with wonderful scent

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4. Phlox

 These colourful perennials are tough and very easy to grow, making them a popular choice for English gardens. 

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3. Hardy Geranium

 Peonies can introduce vibrant colour to borders and cut flower material in spring and early summer.

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2. Peonie

 Cosmos are annuals that grow abundantly, making them perfect for borders, cottage gardens and summer bedding displays with vibrant and appealing flower

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1. Cosmo