10 Ways to Create an Aged Cottage Garden
What is the great irony of cottage gardens? Unlike many things, the older they look, the better.
Fill Planters With Big Plants
Large planters amply filled with blooming seasonal flowers, small flowering trees, or mature foilage plants anchor a garden, especially if placed in the right spots.
The grandeur of potted trees marking the corners of a patio, for example, brings not only distinction but also a sense of age to a space. Compare large specimens in old or old-looking terra-cotta containers to annuals in plastic planters and the advantage becomes clear.
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