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Tiarella ‘Crow’s Feather’, a Heuchera “Purple Petticoat” and a variegated hosta. In the Garden - your homebased mom

In the Garden - your homebased mom

#ShadeGardens Conrad Art Glass Gardens: Just before dusk...

Conrad Art Glass & Gardens: Just before dusk...

Impatiens love the shade. This is a cool way to display them. Chicago Botanic Gardens

#Shade gardening Begonia 'Dragon Wings Red' is a vigorous begonia that will amaze you with its growth.

Shade Garden Annual Plants to Replace Impatiens

Shade garden of Hydrangea, Hosta, Japanese Forest Grass Hakonechloa macra, Bamboo, Japanese maple Acer palmatum dissectum 'Viridis', Geranium

# Shade Gardening - perennial Silvery Spotted Dead Nettle (Lamium maculatum) has pinkish purple late spring to summer flowers.

Plant Guide: Short Plants for Shade

#Shade Gardening New Guinea Impatiens thrive in shade.

Plant Guide: Short Plants for Shade

#Shade Gardening - perennial ornamental grass Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola' forms a vivid mound of bright yellow leaves with a few slender, green stripes.

Plant Guide: Short Plants for Shade

#Shade Gardening Tom Thumb Fuchsia is dwarf, upright, and bushy. It starts flowering early in summer and doesn't let up until fall.

Plant Guide: Short Plants for Shade

#Shade Gardening Brunnera Silver Heart is shade-loving perennial with forget-me-not-type flowers, which dance above the emerging leaves in spring.

Brunnera Silver Heart - landscape - seattle - by Skagit Gardens

Shade Container with caladiums

Signature Gardens: CONTAINERS/ANNUALS - Spring/Summer

Edibles For Partial Shade that do okay in less than a full day of sun but need as close to 8 hours as possible for best results | botanicalinterest...

Top choices for vegetables to grow in shady gardens 1. Leafy greens – lettuce, Mizuna, English spinach, silverbeet, rocket/aruglia, kale, Asian greens 2. Leafy root vegetables – radish, beetroot/table beet, carrot, turnip and swede 3. Broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage and Brussels sprouts 4. Onions – garlic, shallots/scallions and chives 5. Peas and beans 6. Herbs – mint, coriander/cilantro, parsley and dill

Top vegies for shady gardens

Leafy vegetables will tolerate some shade

Growing food in the shade

#shade gardening - astilbe, ferns, hosta and heuchera

A Garden in the Shade

#shade gardening Helleborus ‘Peppermint Ice’ with large double lotus-like blooms was created through meticulous hand pollination over 20 years by Marietta O'Byrne.

A Focal Point for the White Shade Garden: Aruncus dioicus (Goat's Beard)

Goat's Beard Is Perfect for a White Shade Garden