Shade Garden: Create Interesting Vignettes. Sprinkle your shade garden with a few stunning plant combinations to act as focal points. Here, a Japanese maple is a perfect companion for a couple of types of hosta and Gold Heart bleeding heart. Test Garden Tip: Hostas usually have a coarse texture, so you cant go wrong by mixing them with fine-textured plants.
Combination of fern and Astilbe leaf textures, with the soft purple flowers for contrast.
Seriously doesnt get much better than this! From the brick patio, rock garden ferns, hostas, garden path complete with trellis arch….I sooo want to do this in my yard!
The striking spiral foliage of a seashell begonia (Begonia Rex Escargot), a delicate painted fern and a splash of scarlet fuchsia grow together in a potted composition designed for shade.
Forget the hostas and ferns! These beautiful flowers will give you the color you crave in your shade garden. – thehandymansdaugh…
Seasonal Surprise Shade Garden: A (1) Hydrangea Snow Queen B (2) Heuchera Encore CORAL BELLS C (2) Helleborus Helen Ballard Strain LENTEN ROSE D (3) Ceratostigma plumbaginoides E (1) Dryopteris erythrosora AUTUMN FERN F (3) Astilbe Purple Candles FALSE SPIREA G (3) Stokesia Color Wheel STOKES ASTER H (3) Veronica Georgia Blue CREEPING VERONICA J (1) Hakonechloa Nicolas JAPANESE FOREST GRASS
10 Best Shade Garden Plants
Shade garden: hosta, astilbe, ferns, impatients (pot)
Shade garden displaying Goats Beard (up to 6ft tall) in back, Ostrich Fern (3-5ft tall) and a larger Hosta in front.