Are you really looking forward to plants? Then it only takes a little longer and the result can really be worthwhile. You can achieve a classic effect by creating your own cottage garden. The design is informal, graceful and unique. Although there used to be more herbs and vegetables in cottage gardens, today many regional differences are highlighted.
The following tips can be used to create a simple cottage garden:
Start with a small space keeping it small. It would be difficult for you if you made a big dog first and couldn’t feed him regularly. For now, always keep it simple and humble until your confidence is boosted.
- Plant it in the right place
Plants only grow when they are in the right place and under ideal planting conditions, and they should be planted in a way that they get adequate sunlight and rain.
- Mulching plays a big role
Mulch is a layer applied to the soil surface to retain moisture. It also prevents weed growth, creates a cool atmosphere and makes the garden bed look more attractive. There are both organic and synthetic mulches.
- Make a path that goes through the garden
Pathways make the garden less crowded and more welcoming to visitors. It is less crowded and offers visitors a visual treat.
Plants like Melampodium remain constant throughout the summer without evaporating. Plant it perfectly.
Grow mock oranges and delphiniums in full sun or partial shade. Delphinium should be cared for in strong winds. Full drainage and full sun are perfect conditions for lavender and foxgloves.