The Q&A Archives: English Gardens

Question: Please make some suggestions of plants for a typical English garden that gets full sun, preferably flowering perennials.

Answer: Cottage Gardens, or English Gardens, traditionally had fragrance and symmetry, incorporating flowers for cutting and kitchen herbs for snipping. Consider growing roses, Forget-Me-Not, Tulips, Daffodils, Boxwood, Ivy, Hollyhock, Asters, Salvia, Delphiniums, and Geraniums in your sunny English garden.

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