There are basically hundreds of different garden plant types that you can choose when you design your cottage garden. It is so difficult to choose as some people love some plants while others will want to plant something else. Below you can find some really interesting suggestions that you are most likely going to love. Consider them since they are beautiful or have other uses you would love.
This is a perennial plant that will produce spikes of blue or white blooms during midsummer and during early summer. Flowers are really great if you want to cut them and the plant can grow up to three feet toll. The conditions that you need are part shade or full sun. If there is part shade, the soil needs to be properly drained.
Columbine is beautiful and really easy to grow. The plant blooms during early summer and during spring. Many use it because of the fact that blooming is colorful. Gardeners and hummingbirds simply love columbine. You will need a really well-drained soil and part shade for this plant, which can grow up to three feet tall.
The coralbell will produce various white, red or pink flowers, based on the exact type. This happens during early summer and spring. Hummingbirds are always going to be drawn towards the coralbell, which needs the exact same soil conditions as the columbine and would grow to around the same height.
Daisies are lovely as they offer quite a simplistic beauty. These plants are perfect for absolutely all cottage gardens out there and most people out there simply love them because of the bright white blooms that have a yellow, sunny center. Daisies are usually preferred for borders and beds, although they also work great for vases. You will need full fun exposure in order to get wonderful daises but you can also have well-drained soil with part shade.
Foxgloves are biennial woodland plants. They will have some pretty beautiful spikes and bell shaped flowers with shades like pink, white and purple. Keep in mind that even if the foxgloves are biennial, it is possible to have them present every single year as the plants will self-seed. Partial sun is best for foxgloves and the soil needs to be well-drained but a little moist. The plant will grow anywhere from 2 to 6 feet based on the variety in the garden.
Not many gardeners know this interesting plant. The hollyhock will bear flower spikes that can go as high as eight feet tall. Blooming is possible in various different shades ranging from white to red and purple. This is a plant that can easily go up to 8 feet tall, although they can also be as short as four feet.
The iris is a beautiful plant that is perfect for a cottage garden. The fragrance is wonderful and there are so many color options that are available, just as available sizes. The favorite for most gardeners is the Siberian iris, which has graceful flowers and grassy leaves that look great. An iris needs well-drained soil and a full sun exposure. Plants can grow up to three feet tall.
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