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Top Fall Flowers for Your Garden

Toad Lily. I think this would look so pretty in a pot in a shady corner of my apartment patio! And it would be super cool in my bouquet :)

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Editors' Picks: Favorite Fuss-Free Plants

Canadian Wild Ginger

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New Shade-Loving Perennial Varieties for 2013

'Pocketful of Sunshine' Hosta. Electrify dark spots in your landscape with this hosta. In the spring, this little gem quickly forms a compact clump of chartreuse leaves in spring that turn a lovely yellow in summer, all while being attractively edged in dark green. The leaves are also cupped and slightly corrugated. As the season progresses, the plant sends up spikes of light lavender blooms. It makes a great edging plant for a shaded garden path or in containers.

Astrantia major. shade-tolerant, long-flowering and very long-lived perennials in the garden and cut for a vase - cottage garden favourites.

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How to Plant a Shade Garden

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Shade Loving Plants That Bloom All Summer

Shade Loving Plants That Bloom All Summer-The Garden Glove

A shade-loving perennial that blooms from winter to spring in shades of red, green, near-black, white, and pink.

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The Best New Shade Perennials for 2014

Winter Thriller Irish Ruffles Hellebore....new shade loving perennial for 2014...hardy to zone 4.

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The 18 Best Plants for Cottage Gardens

Perennial Geranium There are a wealth of geraniums perfect for cottage gardens. 'Johnson's Blue' is among the most common; it offers beautiful blue-purple flowers in early summer. Name: Geranium 'Johnson's Blue' Growing conditions: Full sun or part shade and well-drained soil Height: To 18 inches tall Zones: 4-8

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New Shade-Loving Perennial Varieties for 2013

Coralbells 'Pear Crisp' Heuchera - If you have a shady spot that needs something bright the lime green foliage of this variety should do the trick. Zones 4-9

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New Shade-Loving Perennial Varieties for 2013

'Fire Alarm' Coralbells - have little white flowers. Grow with hostas

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15 Native Plants for the Midwestern Garden

Wild Anemone This easy-to-grow, easy-to-love plant thrives in moist soils rich in organic matter. Its large white flowers are a highlight of the spring border. A vigorous groundcover, it can happily fill in a large space within a growing season. Name: Anemone canadensis Growing Conditions: Part sun to shade, well-drained soil Size: To 2 feet tall Zones: 3-9

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The Best New Shade Perennials for 2014

Shooting Star Hellebore Blooms from February to April, ‘Shooting Star’ hellebore develops masses of creamy-white flowers with pink reverses. As each bloom matures it becomes slightly pinker, so over time individual plants will carry a bouquet of different shades. ‘Shooting Star’ also has red stems and dark evergreen foliage. Name: Helleborus x ericsmithii ‘Shooting Star’ : Shade, Partial shade Size: 18–22" tall, 20–24" wide Zones: 5–9

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7 Perennials That Will Bloom Multiple Times This Summer

Columbine Genus: Aquilegia spp. Zones: 3-9 Bloom time: May; then six weeks later. To prune: Cut the stems all the way back to the foliage. Good to know: After the second bloom, leave the blossoms on the plant to reseed.

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10 Great Plants for Shade Gardening

Shade loving plants. Primula

Fall-Blooming Anemones: A perennial expert picks the cream of the crop. Read his choices here http://www.finegardening.com/design/articles/japanese-anemone-fall-blooming.aspx#