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Turning your Yard into an English Garden

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If the English gardens with their fragrant lushness and dainty heirloom china inspire you then certainly if you could create that feel in your garden, it would be amazing, wouldn’t it! Symmetrical gravel walkways, open lawn space, manicured short hedges, and planting ofvegetables and herbs for cooking will make your garden come alive.

Here are a few tips that can help you bring the English countryside to your garden or backyard.
1. Shape
Shape is an important factor in an English-style garden. While a conventional style is a square, rolling paths and curved shapes are more in style these days. You may also surround your garden with neatly trimmed low rise shrubs and put a curved or circular gravel path through it. And do add a birdbath at the center to offer a focal point.
2. Flowers
Perennials such as hydrangea, hibiscus, bee balm, and phlox, and annuals such as pansies and marigolds are known to be classic. However, do not forget to add roses! Roses are extremely important in an English-…