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Good use of pink hydrangeas and ornamental grass (Panicum?) with old brick paving for a warm effect and contrast with greenery.

Beautiful hosta garden. Lots of photos with names of the plants on them.

Idea for back left corner of yard next to fence - Beautiful hosta garden. Lots of photos with names of the plants on them.

Shade Container Gardens | Hydrangea Blue Wave, Hosta Francee and Ivy, container gardening, color and texture in a container

Hosta, ivy, and hydrangea for shade.Container planting of Hydrangea 'Blue Wave', Hosta fortunei 'Francee' and Hedera

More boxwood love!

☘ Ɱιŋιʍαℓιꜱʈ Gαɾ∂ℯŋꜱ Balls of topiary in a modern minimalist garden design

Calling all porches! This shade-loving mix is just for you! Ingredients: White Queen Caladiums, Whopper Begonia, Variegated Creeping Fig by Carmen Johnston Gardens

28 Container Gardens for Spring: Calling all porches! This shade-loving mix is just for you! Ingredients: White Queen Caladiums, Whopper Begonia, Variegated Creeping Fig by Carmen Johnston Gardens

lily of the valley - will spread like crazy if you give it the room, and it's almost impossible to dig out. However it's so pretty and smells so nice...

Lily of the Valley.but they are hard to control. Love this idea! Scatter potted plants around the yard! Lily Of The Valley best contained in a pot, but so pretty and fragrant

anenome and ferns for a shade spot

How about ferns and japanese anenomes for the trough/pot by the back door? Evergreen of the ferns and the anenomes flower into October.

Boxwood and Hosta...great texture changes. below hosta, american ginger great plant semi shade or shade

A great shade or part shade combo for Missouri: wild ginger, hosta gold standard and boxwood.

Boxwood and Hosta...great texture changes. below hosta, american ginger great plant semi shade or shade

A great shade or part shade combo for Missouri: wild ginger, hosta gold standard and boxwood.

Bumpy

Formal but informal planting multi shaped box balls under trees to give texture…

hostas, ferns, hakone grass

Shade plant combination: Hostas, Japanese Painted Ferns, Japanese Forest Grass and Wild Ginger.

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