Garden ~ Shade plants
Japanese Forestgrass: Here's the perfect plant to brighten shady spots in your yard. Japanese forestgrass bears screamingly chartreuse foliage in a gracefully arching mound that looks good from spring to fall.
The Best Perennials for Your Yard
A great cut flower for the fall garden, Japanese anemone produces cup-shaped blooms in shades of pink and white: www.bhg.com/...
Plants for the shade!
Garden Bytes from the Big Apple: It's too darn hot
I have planted these and they are awesome! Persian Shield- gorgeous colors in shade especially; cut leaf, put in water to get roots, and poke in ground for more plants! One of my favorite-- in the right spot, one plant will grow into a large bush!
Dirt Therapy: Persian Shield
Shade garden with flowers and colorful foliage - for areas that receive shade throughout the day with some sun in the morning and late afternoon. Plants that like shade/part shade: Hostas, Lamium, Astrantia, Ajuga, Astilbe, Lily of the Valley, Heuchera, Pulmonaria, Japanese Painted Fern, & Dicentra.
North side Shade Garden project on Craftsy.com
Annabelle Hydrangea -Annabelle hydrangea is one of the easiest types to grow. It blooms in midsummer producing large, pure white clusters that are perfect for cutting. Plant Name: Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle' Growing Conditions: Part shade and moist, well-drained soil Size: To 5 feet tall and wide Zones: 3-9
Annabelle hydrangea is one of the easiest types to grow. It blooms in midsummer producing large, pure white clusters that are perfect for cutting. Plant Name: Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle' Growing Conditions: Part shade and moist, well-drained soil Size: To 5 feet tall and wide Zones: 3-9
Dwarf snow weeping cherry tree.
Alcock Nurseries Ltd. Plant Pictures
Tuff Stuff Hydrangea
Everlasting Revolution Hydrangea
Japanese Maple Trees for Your Yard
Easy Groundcovers for Your Garden
nice use of texture in the shade garden
Hostas are among the showiest and easy-to-grow perennials in the shade. They also offer the most variety of any shade plant. Choose from miniatures that stay only a couple of inches wide or giants that sprawl 6 feet across or more. Look for leaves in shades of green, blue, white, chartreuse, and gold, with many cultivars being variegated. Some hosta flowers are very fragrant.