Astilbe Arendsii Rhineland ..such a hearty plant. Another pinner says: Mine comes up year after year and just gets bigger and prettier every year!
Shade Gardening Plants
Cool as a Cucumber Hosta Plant
Shade plants and border for under the trees in the front yard – Gardening DIY Life
Coleus apos;Ruffles Copperapos; – Grown in containers and beds for its gorgeous foliage. Does well in sun or shade, it gets up to 18quot; tall.
Gardening in the shade where deer are plentiful can be a challenging situation. But there are plants that thrive in the shade that arent tempting to hungry deer. Although no plant can be considered completely deer-resistant,/
Bristleleaf Sedge. A native groundcover and wonderful naturalizer, this shade-and-sun-loving bristleleaf sedge fits in anywhere — from woodland and rock gardens to perennial borders. Plants grow 6 to 8 inches tall and bear long, soft, threadlike foliage. In early spring, small whitish-green flower spikes appear. Plant in mass for a gorgeous green groundcover or as an edging plant. This hardy sedge tolerates dry conditions
Sharpen Up! Garden Spades. Dont let a dull spade keep you from digging yourself a deeper hole.
Diamonds and Pearls Astilbe. This would look so good with all the green of hosta plants.
Great shade perennials such as this one, Lamium, can do well with little sun. Find out about more excellent shade plants for your garden.
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