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When I think of a vintage garden in my mind I have a very romantic image. A Cottage style garden with a veg patch, rambling roses and peeling paint. If you want to recreate this dreamy look for your outdoor space. It can be done easily and relativity cheaply. These are my top picks for getting the vintage look in your garden.
Not everyone has space for big boarders or has the inclination to do lots of back breaking digging. Which is why containers are so useful. Not only do they look preety in their own right. Like this milk churn £23.99
But they can be moved around the garden. Taken inside when the weather gets cold. plus you can change the plants in them easily if you like seasonal colour.
Really pushed for space? Opt for table top planters like this wooden drawer one £8.95.
I love to plant flowers in mine for having cut flowers. In spring go for tulips and daffodils and in summer opt for roses and dahlias.
If bending to garden is a problem, I love this raised herb garden. £69.99. I can just picture it outside the back door of the kitchen. Perfect for nipping out and grabbing a handful of herbs to add fresh flavour to my cooking.
Herbs are so easy to grow and this starter set £12.99 includes Basil, Chives, Parsley, Oregano and Thyme to get you started.
Have more space?
Dig for victory and have a veg patch. This wicker basket £9.49 is just this thing to harvest your goodies in.
When all the hard work is done. It’s time to relax in a vintage manner and enjoy a pimms as the sun goes down.
What better way to relax than on this wrought iron patio set £129.95 and enjoy the sweet scent of these pink climbing roses £2.00
What would you have in your Vintage Garden?
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