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Garden gate-makes me think of the gate at my Uncle Dan's we kids used to swing on.

Cottage garden complete with little black cat. I love the look, but my attempts at cottage gardening always looks like a hot mess.

This casual and impressionistic mix is fairly easy to re-create and requires little maintenance. Blooming from late spring to mid summer, this naturalistic ensemble combines a few wildflowers and herbaceous perennials such as Flanders Poppy (Papaver Rhoeas), Sage (Salvia Nemorosa), Evening Primrose (Oenothera Speciosa) and Sweet William Catchfly (Silene Armeria).

I'm going to plant climbing rosed all over my she shed. Add treliss up over the roof so flowers grow over the shed too!