Hellebores are one of those rare flowers that love the shade. These beauties bloom in late winter or early spring, and provide a pop of color to an otherwise monotone green shade garden. – The Handymans Daughter
Shade garden border, astilbes, hostas, heucheras (coral bells), ferns, hydrangeas
Top Plants for a Stunning Shade Garden. Photos show good variety of shade plants and theyre identified for you.
Wonderful shade garden – THIS IS DEFINITELY SOMETHING I NEED TO LOOK INTO!! (plants to fill all the shady spots in my garden!!)
Creeping Myrtle can be used to fill in shady areas of your garden under trees and along borders. – The Handymans Daughter
7 Gorgeous Must Have Hardy Perennials for the Shade Garden
Customize an Outdoor Sail Shade
Hosta-Filled Shade Garden
Deep Shade Plants Thrive Beneath Tree Canopies: A condition found in most gardens is deep shade. Canopy-loving plants like hosts and ferns thrive in these locations.
Many homeowners are faced with the frustration of trying to grow plants in the shade. But instead of seeing your dimly lit spot as a problem, use this article to help find a suitable plant.