A wildly romantic mix of flowers, shrubs, herbs, fruit and vegetables is what the British call their cottage garden.
These gardens are enchanting retreats with rustic charm.
In contrast to the neat and tidy English garden, the cottage garden has no topiary, but a natural abundance and authentic plant idyll. Roses of all kinds are indispensable: in beds, climbing arches, or as lush ramblers. Sitting on ornate garden furniture under an overgrown pergola, you can enjoy the scenery and, of course, a cup of tea.