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[What a lovely shade garden.  I see hostas,  astilbes,  fuchsias,  impatiens,  lamiums,  miniature evergreens,  and, I think, golden creeping jenny.]

[What a lovely shade garden. I see hostas, astilbes, fuchsias, impatiens, lamiums, miniature evergreens, and, I think, golden creeping jenny.]

Ferns & Astilbe are a perfect mix for the shade garden, creating a soft and colorful display. While ferns are initially expensive, they are a hardy perennial and multiply rapidly. They are easily separated to be transplanted in new beds or given to friends. They stay green all summer and die back to a stub in winter for easy fall or spring cleanup.

Ferns & Astilbe are a perfect mix for the shade garden, creating a soft and colorful display. While ferns are initially expensive, they are a hardy perennial and multiply rapidly. They are easily separated to be transplanted in new beds or given to friends. They stay green all summer and die back to a stub in winter for easy fall or spring cleanup.

Beautiful border for filtered light, or partial shade. Hostas, Japanese maple and Geranium maculatum (I think!)

Beautiful border for filtered light, or partial shade. Hostas, Japanese maple and Geranium maculatum (I think!)

The Only Shrubs You Need to Grow - A garden designer recommends eight plants that provide reliable good looks without a lot of work | finegardening.com

The Only Shrubs You Need to Grow - A garden designer recommends eight plants that provide reliable good looks without a lot of work | finegardening.com

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