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They stay low to the ground but still are quite noticeable. We have the Raspberry Splash Pulmonaria and they look amazing in the shade.

Begonia 'Picotee Yellow-Red': height: 4-9" light: part to full shade blooms in: June - September spacing 3 bulbs per sq foot special: butterflies, hummingbirds, extended blooms

Jack Frost Brunnera. One of my favorite plants for a shady flower bed. Lots of beautiful blue blooms in late spring & early summer.

Raspberry Sundae Deluxe Peony Lush raspberry and vanilla-coloured petals surrounded by beautiful green foliage. Will brighten your garden for years. Flowers are full and large (5-7" across), and their fragrance is enticing and sweet. Their desirablility as cut flowers is legendary. Blooms early summer Zone 3a-9b Full Sun Deer Resistant

Glorious Gentiana Veitchiorum | Semi evergreen, low maintenance, spreading perennial. Low, showy grower in part shade to sun. Hardy in zones 4-7.

All of those empty spaces in your planting beds? Replace your fried flowers with these 25 High Heat Flowers For Hot Summer Areas!!

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10 Great Plants for Shade Gardening

Shade lover-Astilbe. Known best for their colorful flower plumes, many of the newer astilbe varieties also have showy foliage that may be bronze, pale green, blue green, dark green or wine red. If you choose varieties with different foliage colors, bloom times and heights, they can add lots of interesting color and texture throughout the season

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Growing Peonies

Tips and tricks on growing peonies!

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Stunning Shade Garden Design Ideas

Back shade garden

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Cornerstone Astilbe Collection

I love astilbes, which do great in the shade, and this is a big ol' collection for not a lot of money.

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Garden Design - How Do I Use Color In My Garden?

Shade Garden

Forget-Me-Not. The brilliant azure blue of forget-me-nots becomes a focal point in the spring shade garden. Pair with epimediums and foamflowers or let them provide a colorful contrast with hostas and ferns. USDA Zones 3-8, depending on variety

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The Best Perennials for Shade

Feathery Astilbe is perfect for shade gardens! See more of the best perennials for shade: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/flowers/perennials/the-best-perennials-for-shade/?socsrc=bhgpin041513astilbe=12