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Snowdrift Astilbe Add texture to your shade garden with astilbe. This easy-care perennial produces feathery plumes of pink, red, or white flowers in early summer. The finely divided, ferny foliage looks great, too -- especially when you pair it with hostas and other big-leafed perennials. Name: Astilbe 'Snowdrift' Growing Conditions: Shade and moist soil Size: To 2 feet tall and wide Zones: 3-9 It's Also Perfect With: Old-fashioned bleeding heart; astilbe blooms as the bleeding heart fades

Centaurea 'Jordy' - Claire Austin website has option for part shade.

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Red Lupin Attracts Bees | Mature size: 3 feet tall, 2 feet wide. Ideal growing conditions: full sun to part shade, well-drained soil

Plants for the shade and a narrow bed. Nice mix of annuals and perennials.

Electrify the darkest corners of your landscape with shade-loving perennial flowers. Here are some of our top picks for 2014.

Tall cairn in shade garden surrounded by hostas, begonias, ferns and impatiens.

Astrantias - prefer shade and grow in zones 4-9 - Ht. depends on the species 2-3' - Slugs don't like Astrantias so inter-planting them among your other shade plants tends to repel them.