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Family is supposed to be our safe haven, Very often, it's the place where we find the deepest heartache. Iyanla Vanzant: 5 Thoughts to Remember During a Family Breakdown - George

Relive your childhood memories with this easy shirley temple cake made in a bundt pan with cherry powdered sugar glaze.

Fruity and moist this Shirley Temple Cake is a fun twist on a childhood favorite drink turned into a delicious dessert!

Browse our gallery to find plenty of plants that thrive in the shade.

Grape Holly - These shade plants will flourish in small yards, or in any of the less sunny spots in your garden.

Browse our gallery to find plenty of plants that thrive in the shade.

Windflower Anemone nemorosa, windflower, is an outstanding shade plant for late summer and fall. The branching stems of poppy like flowers are superb for cutting. It features large, white single blossoms on tall stems.

Browse our gallery to find plenty of plants that thrive in the shade.

An exceptional, underrated evergreen climber, making strong growth with richly scented spring flowers (the males are mauve, the females greenish white). Provide a sheltered site in light shade or full sun, and wall wires to support the growth.

Browse our gallery to find plenty of plants that thrive in the shade.

Camellia x williamsii is an evergreen shrub or tree with thick leathery leaves. The cupped semi double blooms are spectacular. Flowering begins in late February in a continuous series into May in cool, sunny spring conditions.

Browse our gallery to find plenty of plants that thrive in the shade.

The gardening experts at HGTV Gardens share photos of tall, shade-loving plants that go perfectly in a container on your patio.

Browse our gallery to find plenty of plants that thrive in the shade.

The stunning, gem-colored Japanese maple adds drama to any garden. Browse HGTV Gardens' favorite varieties and get expert planting and growing tips.

Browse our gallery to find plenty of plants that thrive in the shade.

Bleeding heart (Dicentra spectabilis) is native to woodlands and a shade loving perennial. The name bleeding heart describes the unique flowers, which resemble tiny pink or white hearts with drops of blood at the bottom.