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Hostariffic! :)

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Colorful Front-Yard Garden Plans

Foolproof Garden for Shade

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Garden Plans for Shady Spots

woodland garden plan for shady spots

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Shade Garden Ideas

shade planting

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Autumn fern - Green in summer, copper in the fall.

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Foxtail Asparagus Fern--partial shade bed

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hosta

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Ostrich Fern..

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foliage.

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Growing Hostas

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Hosta Bed

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Hosta mix (12)

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your own little forest

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Stunning Shade Garden Design Ideas

hosta + creeping jenny + purple coleus + black mondo grass

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Hosta rock garden

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Citronella grass is a natural mosquito repellent.

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10 Great Plants for Shade Gardening

10 Shade Plants

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10 Great Plants for Shady Gardens: Gardener's Supply

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STRAWBERRY FOXGLOVE (Digitalis x mertonensis): A truly perennial foxglove sporting rich pink to rose flower spikes in early summer. Great in part shade and composty soil. All parts of the plants are poisonous if eaten.

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This client has a lot of shade to deal with. The property is beautiful with many established trees. The customer wanted a large mulched area planted up. These hosta's are called sum and substance, the leaves, at full growth will be about three feet long by one foot wide. Very dramatic. The apple green color is contrasted with dark purple, almost black mondo grass along with other plants.

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This would be awesome for the wall by the house, in the backyard. Tubs with shade plants in them. They could be moved for serving/sitting.

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So lush. I'd like to add a few more plants to the moss beds on the north side of the house. #garden #green #lush #walk #bricks #shade

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Hakonechloa, Aureola. A grass tolerant of shade! Richly golden variegated leaves form delicate looking, tough-as-nails mounded plants. Easy to grow and provides interest in all four seasons.

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CORAL BELLS (Heuchera hybrids): Once you start collecting these shade loving plants you won't be able to stop. Exquisite leaf colors and airy spring or summer spikes of delicate white, pink, lilac, or scarlet flowers. Great in shade planters.

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Container-Garden Recipes for Shade

Container plants for Shade

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