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You can coax a surprising amount of color out of a shade garden. Choose plants that fit your conditions and enjoy the view from a relaxing Adirondack chair. Traditional shade favorites such as hosta, coralbells, coleus, and impatiens do the heavy lifting in the shadiest areas under the trees. Farther from the canopy, a few extra hours of sunlight each day make it possible to include black-eyed Susan and geranium.

Hostas in a pot: every spring they return, in the pot! Add geraniums and ivy for a fuller look. Beautiful front porch addition

Geranium, lobelia and bacopa

American Bittersweet

Clematis ~ 'Pink Dream'

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Pretty Little Red Poppies - Lovely !

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spring flowers

~~ Cosmos by Shohei Katsuki~~

Spring 2013 EXPLORE | by miguel angel ruiz

A very unusual flower! by Renee Hubbard Fine Art Photography

~~Parramatta Flower by Penny Smith~~

Grinning monkey orchids

~~Mountain Lady's Slipper by LabradorEars~~

Pastel Poppies by Lena Pesula

**Stenocarpus sinuat Beautiful

Abutilon (Schönmalve, Zimmerahorn)

^Adenium multiflorum

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