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Transform a shady spot into a stunning seating area. More shade garden ideas: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/landscaping-projects/solving-shade/shade-garden-design-ideas/?socsrc=bhgpin051912=4

Stunning Shade Garden Design Ideas Create a Retreat Transform an ugly, shady spot into a cool and stylish summer oasis by adding a bench and some flowers. That way you have the perfect place to enjoy a glass of lemonade on hot, sunny summer days.

Shade Garden ,path, white

Shady standbys-hostas, bleeding heart, dianthus, white alyussum, and viola. Rhododendrons in the back. Walkway that grows wider and then narrower lends the landscape a casual feel.

Camino de piedra y helechos

ShadeScaping / Stone path to woodland area - This picture shows a homeowner's rock pathway filled with shade loving ferns and smaller perennials.Love the idea of adding a path to our shade garden it adds so much more interest.

Lush green perfection! Shady privacy. The perfect small garden.

garden design idea for a small garden, I love all the different plants and flowers - My Cottage Garden

A garden in England designed by Capability Brown.

This pathway though narrow is a breathtaking stroll past a stone wall packed with English garden plants. The work this took is ambitious, but look at the glorious results. You can almost smell the fragrance as you wander on down the path.

Shade loving perennials:Fern, Hosta, Astilbe, Primula, Foxglove and Coralbells | protractedgarden

Shade loving perennials:Fern, Hosta, Astilbe, Primula, Foxglove (and maybe Bleeding Heart.

Flagstone garden pathway in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada • photo: Heather Bradley on Three Dogs in a Garden

Secret Garden - Flagstone Path [Beautiful garden path - Clematis on the archway, flagstone walkway, impatiens & hostas]