Shade plants for the pacific northwest. #seattle #gardening #greatplantpicks
Shade Gardening Plants
Fuschia is my favorite outdoor, flowering shade plant
cimicifuga, brunnera, sweet woodruff- A wonderful planting for a shade garden. I think I have these in my gardens…maybe I will have to do some rearranging some spring…
8. MYASOTIS also known as FORGET-ME-NOT they range in colour from bright blue to pale blue, some tinged with pink, with soft small leaves, and flower in late Spring for about four months Forget-me-nots are about 6 – 8 inches high and quite bushy. They seed themselves abundantly, so they never go away if the position is right for them. They grow in sun and shade. After a few years, they tend to spread and become invasive, but its easy to control them by digging up unwanted plants.
Burning Hearts – Shade Plants – 10 Varieties That Thrive Where the Sun Dont Shine – Bob Vila
Heavy duty trellis for squash and watermelon. Grow shade plants like lettuce and carrots underneath. Brilliant!
12 Compact Shade Plants | Double Hellebore
Stone bowl/birdbath plus dramatic planting.
japanese painted fern. great for my shade garden. very showy
Heucheras, the new hostas!