The color of the flowers, the bloom time and the overall garden design are all a big part of this but, perhaps, the most important thing to consider is the amount of sun the garden plant needs. - My Cottage Garden
Use rocks to separate two areas, then bury rope lights in the rocks for lighting. on January 2013 in Home Decor 3 Advertisement Use rocks to separate the grass from the deck, then bury rope lights in the rocks for lighting
french gray-farrow ball Credit: Sophia Evans/Sophia Evans The fence and planters are painted (French Gray, by Farrow & Ball) to pick up the colour of the kitchen. Adding trellis to the top of the fence gives the garden extra privacy and growing space with
A secluded alfresco dining spot with lattice wrought iron furniture, a powder pink rose-print parasol and pretty flowering shrubs and climbers for vintage English country garden appeal. A beautiful arbour with trellis sides, will allow Clematis to clamber
However short and sweet British summers tend to be, we’ll think of any excuse to sit outdoors, sunny or not. To make the most of warm weather, why not try jazzing up your garden and bringing the indoors outside for a fresh new look?