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Shady perennials

Shady perennials

Brighten up dark garden spaces with these shade flowers that happily grow where their sunny counterparts won't.

Shade Flowers That Will Make You Forget the Lack of Sun

The sunny yellow, rounded blooms of globe flower, Trollius chinensis, are a welcome addition to any partially shady garden. A lover of cool,…

Gardening with Native Plants in Shady Evanston Ostrich Fern Part-Full Shade

A guide to native midwestern plants for shady and/or moist areas in Evanston, the North Shore, and the Chicago area

You might already know that hostas are one of the best plants for shady gardens because of their richly patterned foliage. But you might not remember that many hosta varieties develop masses of fragrant, pendulous, white, or lavender flowers from midsummer to fall. Not only do hosta flowers add a much-needed dose of color to the summer border, they are also prized by hummingbirds who feast on the nectar-rich blooms. Read the plant tag before you buy to find varieties that bloom profusely.

Shade Flowers That Will Make You Forget the Lack of Sun

Brighten up dark garden spaces with these shade flowers that happily grow where their sunny counterparts won't.

Name: Lilyturf, (Liriope) An easy-to-grow favorite shade perennial. Loved for its grassy foliage and spikes of blue or white flowers in late summer, as well as its resistance to deer and rabbits, lilyturf is practically a plant-it-and-forget garden resident. It grows best in Zones 5-10 and grows a foot tall. Test Garden Tip: Lilyturf can be a fast, almost aggressive spreader when its happy.

Lilyturf (Liriope) is an easy-to-grow favorite shade plant. Resistance to deer and rabbits, lilyturf is practically a plant-it-and-forget garden resident. It grows best in Zones and grows a foot tall. Lilyturf can be a fast, almost aggressive spreader

Willow twig dome for young plants

Instant protection for perennials. watch on as just planted perennials get trampled or suffer broken stems! With just a handful of pliable branches, you can make easy, long-lasting coverage for new growth.

Learn which perennials will power through summer temps for a strong fall finish while the rest of the garden fizzles.

26 Best Perennial Varieties for Your Garden

Perennials are the anchor of any fall garden. See fall perennial flowers and plans that will power your garden through the first frost.

Yellow Corydalis  This hard-working perennial plant that grows in shade takes the prize for being the longest bloomer in the sheltered garden. Enjoy its clusters of yellow flowers from late spring all the way to frost. It's not just the flowers that are beautiful; the gray-green leaves of these shade plants are attractive as well. The plant grows about 12 inches tall and is hardy in Zones 5-8.  Test Garden Tip: This plant can be a prolific self-seeder.  Top picks: Corydalis lutea is the…

Yellow Corydalis, shade loving perennial, longest bloomer for shade, prolific self seeder. "corydalis lutea" variety easiest to grow & longest blooming of all varieties.

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