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Here are the top ten articles for the English Garden Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Camellias
Camellias bloom all through the spring and make a delightful back drop to your English Garden.

2. English Wildflowers
Wildflowers for a sunny spot

3. Lupines
How to grow Lupines, a classic English garden flower.

4. Top Ten English Garden Plants.
The top ten plants you must have to create an English garden

5. English Garden History
Understanding the evolution of the English cottage garden will help you in creating your own.

6. White perennials for your English Garden borders.
Create your own white garden with these white perennials

7. Hedges, Fences and Walls in an English Garden
How do you decide whether to use a hedge, fence or wall in your English garden? Here are some tips.

8. Feverfew - an English Cottage Garden plant
Feverfew - a traditional English Garden herb and border plant for your English Garden.

9. English Daisies - The flower of the Fairies
English folklore records that daisies were scattered by fairies to cheer up parents whose children have died. This enchanting flower has been treasured for almost 5,000 years.

10. Climbing Sweet Peas
The Sweet pea has been a firm favourite in English Gardens for over 200 years.It has beautiful clours and delicious scent and is easy to grow.



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