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Portland Oregon Garden Tour | Shade Garden | This is Darcy Daniels' garden in Portland, Oregon -- photo by Kate McMillan of

Planting combos from "BlondeGardener" on Rate my Space. These gardens are Ah-MAZE-ING!

Back in the Woods - A mature tree has been pruned so just enough sunlight penetrates the canopy to support the shade plants in this entry garden. - Together with the paneled façade of the house, the curved path through the moss and ferns calls to mind a secluded woodland retreat. Exposed roots complete the backwoods feel. Perfect for farmhouse front yard!:)

'Midnight' lobelia, 'Silver Mound' artemesia, heuchera, hakone forest grass

Play-up the chartreuse color and texture in your shady garden. Get more shade garden ideas:

'Congesta' English ivy (Hedera helix 'Congesta', USDA Hardiness Zones 5-11)

Gorjuss Shade GardenHostas are one of the best easiest ways to fill your garden, shade or sun. The other thing I use a lot of is Coleus. It comes in amazing colours and grows like crazy any where you put it. Colour without flowers or co-ordinate to your flowers

In study of how to use sculptural element in garden--why this works here--proportion, scale, placement, color, textural contrasts, plant choices.