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Symphytum officinale

Symphytum officinale

Often grown by gardeners to attract Goldfinches - Dipsacus fullonum (teasel)

Buy teasel Dipsacus fullonum - Often grown by gardeners to attract Goldfinches: Delivery by Waitrose Garden in association with Crocus

Chamaemelum nobile 'Treneague' (LOOPKAMILLE)

Chamaemelum nobile 'Treneague' (LOOPKAMILLE)

25 Cool DIY Garden Potting Table Ideas. Great reuse of old, beat-up furniture that might not be fully salvageable. :)

25 Cool DIY Garden Potting Table Ideas

Lovage.. it is a perennial celery   Lovage is near the top of the list of naturally occurring sources of quercetin (an anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant and anti-cancer agent), just behind tea, red onions and capers.   A root decoction can also be used to treat sore throats and external ulcers, or added to bath water for skin problems.

it is a perennial celery Lovage is near the top of the list of naturally occurring sources of quercetin (an anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant and anti-cancer agent), just behind tea, red onions and capers. A root decoction can also be used to t

Piet & Anja Oudolf's Private Garden

Purple Garden, Cottage Gardens, Garden Landscaping, Secret Gardens, Gardening, Planting, Private Garden, Photos, Lavender Flowers

Blue "Super Nova" Thistle $59

Blue Eryngium Thistle - Super Nova - Eryngium (Thistle) - Types of Flowers

This is where I am most of the time when people are blabbing away about how important they are....

A shady garden is the perfect spot to place a bench it not only protects you from the sun, but offers a quiet place to retreat to read a book or have a quiet conversation with someone special.

WE HAD THESE AS A KID LOVED THEM MADE DANCING LADIES OUT OF THEM  CUTE  This year I want to grow hollyhocks!

How to Grow Hollyhocks

°cottage garden° HOLLYHOCK A biennial or short lived perennial, flower gardeners enjoy growing hollyhocks in borders or against walls where the striking flowers stand above all else.

Self-Seeding Crops Never Need to Replant. It's a long blog, but full of good info http://www.motherearthnews.com/organic-gardening/self-seeding-zmaz10aszraw.aspx?PageId=2#axzz3Hqvh5MyM

Self-Seeding Crops You’ll Never Need to Replant - Organic Gardening

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