Cottage gardens don't look designed. In fact, they're usually exuberant, free-flowering, and sometimes even unrestrained. To get the informal look, avoid planting in straight lines or defined patterns. Let plants cascade over paths and weave through each other. It adds to their charm. And grow self-seeding plants that pop up in unexpected places./

The Elements of Cottage Garden Design

What's your garden style? Here's everything you need to discover your outdoor style and design a gorgeous garden. Try a theme garden and use our examples of stylish gardens to transform your space into an outdoor wonderland.

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[What a great yard. Privacy, abundance of plants, large gathering space, and even a hammock.] Circular seating area with fire + hammock

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Modern garden with several zones; hedge wings define long section of lawn and separate final turf area.

Use gravel to pave a garden path that meanders alongside your flower beds. The…

9 Lovely Ways to Make a Cottage-Style Garden

9 Lovely Ways to Make a Cottage-Style Garden - Use gravel to pave a garden path that meanders alongside your flower beds. The key is to avoid any rigid lines, instead letting the path wind to mimic the free-flowing nature of the flowers beside it.

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The outdoor pergolas are quite popular these days. Everyone wants to create a place where they could relax and recharge themselves and outdoor pergolas are

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