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Bordering the back yard patio edge? A colorful combination of easy-flowering plants that will remain attractive all summer long for a bright way to add interest to any shaded corner of your garden. A. Tuberous begonia (Begonia 'Scentiment Blush') -- 1 B. Impatiens 'Accent Watermelon' -- 3

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Container-Garden Recipes for Shade

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Container-Garden Recipes for Shade

A. Caladium 'Florida Elise': 2 B. Perilla 'Gage's Shadow': 1 C. Asparagus fern (Asparagus densiflorus 'Myersii'): 1 D. New Guinea impatiens (Impatiens 'Sonic Cherry'): 1 E. Oxalis 'Zinfandel':

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'Solar Eclipse' Foamy Bells- shade tolerant

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shade loving - Great porch idea - Caladiums, Tuberose Begonias, Creeping Jenny, ivy, Wandering Jew, Fern, Hosta.

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Container-Garden Recipes for Shade

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Shade Container of ‘Kong Red’ Coleus with Pink and Salmon Impatiens, and Lime-green Pennywort.

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How to Divide Hostas.

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