Shade garden beds with red/burgundy from Coleus  green from Hosta  Potato Vine... Love this! Gonna try it around my big oak tree in the front yard! Though I might add some caladiums and impatiens as well!

Shade garden beds with red/burgundy from Coleus green from Hosta Potato Vine... Love this! Gonna try it around my big oak tree in the front yard! Though I might add some caladiums and impatiens as well!

Daylilies and hostas! two hard to kill or in other words, easy to grow plants that make this bed look marvelous! And both plants multiply, too!

Daylilies and hostas! two hard to kill or in other words, easy to grow plants that make this bed look marvelous! And both plants multiply, too!

A mix of perennials including several hosta, a Brunnera, a Heuchera and a Pulmonaria.

A mix of perennials including several hosta, a Brunnera, a Heuchera and a Pulmonaria.

Plants for Containers in the Sun.   My favorite perennial for pots in the sun  sedums of all types. I also love grasses with trailing plants, the photo right being a stunning example of combination.

Plants for Containers in the Sun. My favorite perennial for pots in the sun sedums of all types. I also love grasses with trailing plants, the photo right being a stunning example of combination.

treetside hostas. gorgeous. Love the rock with address engraving. Could be a great way to display our address on the side of our corner lot.:

treetside hostas. gorgeous. Love the rock with address engraving. Could be a great way to display our address on the side of our corner lot.:

Hostas: These plants make great borders in semi shady areas and grow in zones 3-9. Hostas like rich and moist organic soils, and they like morning sun and afternoon shade. Hostas are heavy feeders and fertilizer should be applied in early spring and again in mid-summer.

Hostas: These plants make great borders in semi shady areas and grow in zones 3-9. Hostas like rich and moist organic soils, and they like morning sun and afternoon shade. Hostas are heavy feeders and fertilizer should be applied in early spring and again in mid-summer.

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