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Side yard garden "Shade garden"....I miss my shade hope for it here at this house in sunny Florida

Beautiful textures and shades of greens...with almost no flowers.

Potted hosta & violas - I don't have good luck with hosta, but this is lovely...

shade - Linda Broughman via Lynn Sieja onto Gardening

SHADE PLANTS 1."Rosebud" azalea 2."Aureomarginata" Hosta 3.River Birch 4. Chinese Ginger 5. "Eternal Flame" Hosta 6. Epimedium 7. "Cinnamon Sticks" Hosta 8. "Little Honey" Hydrangea 9. "Choo Choo Train" Hosta 10. Erythrocladium Striped Maple 11. Sundowner Phormium 12. Yellow Wave Phormium 13. "Blue Shadow" Hosta

Shade garden ... would love to have one of these but our yard gets no shade

shade plants...Lamium, Hosta - Lamium is an amazing ground cover that can fill a bed in one or two seasons - pink or purple flowers

I can see this on our property. Love the look and feel of a calming peaceful place in nature to sit and observe.

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!:)

Shade plant bed- "Midnight" lobelia, "Silver Mound" artemesia, heuchera, purple sweet potato vine, "Mona Lavender" plectranthus, hakone forest grass, Japanese maple

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