cottage garden with hydrangeas, hostas, eupatorium, black-eyed Susans, phlox, hollyhocks, and cosmos
Photo: Nancy Andrews
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Uniformity Is Boring

In the best cottage gardens, diversty reigns, with a wide range of roses, annuals, perennials, and shrubs sharing the limelight. Here, left to right, hostas, statuesque eupatorium, black-eyed Susans, snowy phlox, and eight-foot-tall hollyhocks (nearly gone to seed) harmonize in the yard of a rose-covered retreat.
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