How to Create a Beautiful No-Work Cottage Garden
Cottage gardens originated in the working-class homes of England. They combined plantings of vegetables and herbs as well as ornamental flowers interspersed throughout. Nowadays, cottage gardens tend to have more of an emphasis on charming ornamental plants and flowers with less of an emphasis on edible and medicinal plants. These gardens have an informal feeling and usually feature flowers such as clematis, roses, and daisies.
Cottage gardens are simple and stunning without needing to be meticulously maintained and adding one of these rambling beauties to your yard will certainly add dramatic curb appeal. This article helps outline how to acquire this magic in six simple steps.