Wondering what to plant in shady garden areas? Here are some suggestions! (click here for the full list) #garden #shade
Gardening Shade Corner
Corydalis Its hard to find bright color for shade, so its a puzzle that brightly colored corydalis isnt more widely planted. Its is an outstanding shade plant. Blooms are small, but they appear in clusters. Leaves look similar to those of fringe-leaf bleeding heart. Plants self-seed readily, but excess seedlings are easy to remove. Provide the plant with moist, organic soil for best growth.
Coleus- Shade plant-Tweaking Time
COLOR TEXTURE FOR EVEN THE SHADIEST CORNERS OF YOUR YARD — Unlike some perennials that require a bit of coaxing to draw out their best hues, hostas offer a wide range of color with little effort.
Full Shade Garden Flowers
Shade creates challenges to both cultivation and design. This disc offers strategies for gardening in the shade. Feature articles cover plants that thrive in low light conditions, including ferns, woodland lilies, impatiens and many more, for gardens, pots and window boxes. Expert shade gardeners show design techniques for making shady corners look bright and interesting.
Two frond types give this deep shade loving fern many uses. Sterile leaves spread flat, creating a glossy, evergreen groundcover. Fertile leaves emerge upright from the center midsummer. Tuck into shady spots to add strong texture to any woodland garden.
Astilbe Deutschland – 36 inches tall or more, 2 feet wide. Full shade or part shade.
Shade Vines – Clematis armandii – the evergreen Clematis
Pastel-Theme Shade-Garden Plan….Soft, light colors show up best in shade, so weve put together this plan of pastels to brighten dim spots in your landscape. Garden size: 4 by 8 feet. Download this plan now!