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Shade Gardens | Pamela Crawford

Shade Gardens | Pamela Crawford

Shade loving perennials:Fern, Hosta, Astilbe, Primula, Foxglove and Coralbells | protractedgarden

Shade loving perennials:Fern, Hosta, Astilbe, Primula, Foxglove (and maybe Bleeding Heart.

gorgeous color for shade - hostas, heuchera, and painted fern

Shade Garden Idea: Tapestry of hostas, heuchera, fern, and creeping jenny? - Three Dogs in a Garden: Shades of Grey in the Garden -

Astilbe is the perfect flowering plant for shady garden spots.  It has plume like flowers that cluster over the top of delicate leaves and add so much to the surrounding shade plants.  see how to grow it on thegardeningcook.com

Growing Astilbe - False Spirea - How to Grow and Care for Astilbe

Make a Statement in Shade! Brilliant red 'Dragon Wing' begonias are the perfect backdrop for  creeping 'Summer Wave Blue' wishbone flowers. Both of these shade loving plants flower profusely and grow great in beds, borders, and containers. Such beautiful flowers, love all of them!!

Top Annual Plant Pairings

Make a Statement in Shade Brilliant red 'Dragon Wing' begonias are the perfect backdrop for creeping 'Summer Wave Blue' wishbone flowers. Both of these shade-loving plants flower profusely and grow great in beds, borders, and containers.

Layering. Smaller vines, such as clematis, are often happy to scramble up the trunk of small- to medium-sized trees. Bigger vines are ideal for covering a wall or creating a privacy screen.  Test Garden Tip: Three of the best vines for shady spots are Dutchman's pipe, climbing hydrangea, and Virginia creeper.

Stunning Shade Garden Design Ideas

Get More in Less Space Grow vines to add an extra layer of color to your shade garden. Smaller vines, such as clematis, are often happy to scramble up the trunk of small- to medium-sized trees. Bigger vines are ideal for covering a wall

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