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I love lupines — deer and rabbits don't! Just remember to replant every couple of years because they're kind of short lived.

Poker Primrose, a dazzling and different late-spring bloomer! An unusual alternative to grape hyacinth with vivid flower spikes that open from the bottom up. Grows 12-18" tall in part shade. Zones 5-8

Name: Dicentra 'Amore Pink' Growing Conditions: Partial Shade, shade Size: 9–12 inches tall, 12–14 inches wide Zones: 5–9

Dicentra Amore RoseGrowing Conditions: Shade, Partial shade Size: 9–12 inches tall, 12–14 inches wide Zones: 5–9

Summersweet With a name like summersweet, you can guess that this shrub's pink or white flowers are fragrant. It's one of the few shrubs that bloom well in shade, although it also will grow in full sun in the north, provided it has adequate moisture. Name: Clethra alnifolia Growing Conditions: Full sun to shade and moist soil Size: 3-5 feet tall and wide Zones: 3-9

Primula 'Perth Sunrise' for a shade garden, hardy to USDA 4

Darmera Peltata (ok in zone 5 & is a shade plant)!! Love the huge leaves. . i want it!!

Anemone Windlower Also known as Japanese anemone. It can grow in part shade or full sun in cooler areas. Blooms June to August and grows to 5-8 inches tall and wide. Cold Zones 5-8.

Poker primroses Primula vialii Hardy Perennial An utterly different and unique primula. Dainty, eye-catching, kniphofia-like flowerscape with carmine, rose and purple mingled together. Will grow in an open border but best in semi-shade. Ideal For:cottage gardens, low maintenance garden, cut flower garden, woodland garden Flowering Period:June, July Sowing Months:February, March, April, May, June, July Position:sun or semi shade, dappled shade Thompson & Morgan Seed Company

Picea bicolor Howells Dwarf Tigertail Spruce * Full sun-Part shade * Zones 4-8 * 8-10' tall * 5' wide * Highly sought after by collectors

must get some more primula vialii as they appear to have all died over the winter