Six On Saturday: My Cottage Garden

Here is my SOS of the End Cottage garden…………..The spiderwort is spidering…….

The End Cottage Garden

The shrub roses are rosing………

The End Cottage Garden

The catmint is minting………

The End Cottage Garden

The peonies have peonied………

The End Cottage Garden

The honeysuckle is honeying out on the fence………..

The End Cottage Garden

and the dwarf shrub roses are showing off the salvia……….

The End Cottage Garden

See you in a garden next week! What are you showing for the Garden Six on Saturday?

18 Comments Add yours

  1. janesmudgeegarden says:

    It’s all looking healthy and burgeoning. What is that white flower in your main photo?

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    1. That’s a single petaled peony, Jane, named “Immaculee.” It was a passalong plant from a friend’s grandmother’s very old garden.

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      1. janesmudgeegarden says:

        It’s beautiful. I wondered at first if it was a Romneya, but thought the leaves were too green.

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  2. Sherry Felix says:

    Such a lovely garden

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  3. March Picker says:

    Ah, this is a garden overflowing with beauty, color, and activity. I’m certain the bees are in heaven.

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  4. Oh your garden is looking wonderful – can’t see any gaps and your flowers are so vibrant!

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  5. Penny Post says:

    Love your picket fence. What beautiful healthy plants you have.

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  6. Oh, those are lovely! You’ve got such vibrant colour there. What a delight your cottage garden is. :~))

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  7. cavershamjj says:

    Love that cottage end border, looks fab. All looking very bright and colourful.

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    1. Thank you! Always a work in progress!

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  8. Heyjude says:

    Your lovely picket fence shows off your gorgeous shrubs beautifully!

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    1. Thank you it can be a real pain when it needs painting! We have to pull all the plants away from it!!!!

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      1. Heyjude says:

        Best done in winter then, when the foliage dies back?

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      2. Has to be late Fall after humidity is gone or early Spring before heat, humidity and pollen begin……….

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