The romantic garden translates this image of the English garden in volume, both very colorful and rustic. This style gives a real charm to your exterior and has the advantage of being able to create many different spaces. Indeed, in your romantic garden you can for example create a relaxation area for eating or simply for the pleasure of growing pretty flowers. Here are some ideas of flowers to grow for a romantic atmosphere in your garden.


  • 1) Flower cascades
  • 2) Fragrant flowers
  • 3) Flowers with an original bloom
  • 4) In pink tones

1) Flower cascades

Climbing flowers are ideal for covering trellises, pergolas, walls or stair railings, for example. Their drooping habit forms magnificent cascades of flowers while allowing light to pass between the vines. Here are some ideas:

  • Glycine rose
  • Josephine double clematis
  • Blue wisteria on stem
  • Clematis Mayleen
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2) Fragrant flowers

How can you imagine a romantic garden without this sweet floral scent that floats in the atmosphere? Here are some examples of flowers that are both wonderful and fragrant:

  • Lilac
  • Muguet
  • syringes
  • climbing rose
  • Lis
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3) Flowers with an original bloom

Marvel at the scenery with the beautiful flowers that adorn your romantic garden. Do not hesitate to cultivate different varieties and atypical flowers . Play with the size by alternating large and small flowers. You can also play with the colors in degraded tones for example. Here are some ideas:

  • Fuchsia
  • Peony
  • Fleabane
  • cherry blossom
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4) In pink tones

If you like pink, know that the flowers of this color lend themselves well to the romantic garden. From dark pink to light pink via fuchsia or pastel, you will find a wide variety of pink flowers that will satisfy your gardener’s heart. Typically present in English gardens, the pink flowers of the romantic garden are generally imposing. Here are some examples :

  • Peony Raspberry Sundae
  • Passionflower Victoria
  • Tulip Supri Erotic
  • Shrub rose
  • Astrance
  • Japanese camellia
  • Veronique Fascination
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