Greg Gibson

Greg Gibson

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Creeping Myrtle can be used to fill in shady areas of your garden under trees and along borders. - The Handyman's Daughter

Finding pretty plants that flourish in the shade can be quite a challenge! Here's a handy list of flowers and plants that will thrive in your shade garden.

Brighten up dark garden spaces with these shade flowers that happily grow where their sunny counterparts won't.

Those dry, shaded spots in your yard don't have to be barren. Rely on these easy-care perennials to add color and interest to shady areas.

Brighten up dark garden spaces with these shade flowers that happily grow where their sunny counterparts won't.

Shade Flowers That Will Make You Forget the Lack of Sun - Brighten up dark garden spaces with these shade flowers that happily grow where their sunny counterparts won't (this is leopard's bane, aka doronicum)

Perennials - Hibiscus Moscheutos 'Pink Cloud', Hardy Hibiscus, Rose Mallow

Intense deep pink flowers in abundance are perfect match with the bold, maple-like foliage. Breaks dormancy late in the season.