Cottage-Garden Plants

The best plants for a cottage garden are simple varieties that haven't been highly bred. Plants such as anemones and golden marguerite create loose arrangements, while the tall spires of lupines and hollyhocks provide structure.

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Moonbeam Perennials in Cottage Style Garden
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Coreopsis 'Moonbeam'

Mature size: 20 inches tall, 24 inches wide. Ideal growing conditions: full sun to part shade, well-drained soil

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