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    I, just today, purchased a Black Onyx Helleborus plant. Am so excited to start my shade garden in the back for this fall.

    Shade Perennial Flowers, Helleborus, Ferns, Garden Plants, Shade Plants

    Don't let this little beauty fool you -- though it's small, lily-of-the-valley packs a big fragrance in its nodding white or pink bell-shape flowers. It's a tough, low-care groundcover you can practically plant and forget in shady spots.

    5 Inspiring Ways to Create a Cottage Style Garden ~ Humpdays with Houzz - Town & Country Living

    8 Kitchen Herbs for the Shade Garden- Because not every garden is full sun! | www.reformationac...

    Mixed material mosaic walkway. This would look great leading up to your Bohemian home! #boho #decor #outside



    ‘Olive Bailey Langdon’. It has beautiful, round, heavily corrugated, thick blue-green leaves with chartreuse edges. The leaves have a powdered wax coating. Large in size.

    Hosta Lakeside Paisley Print Funkia, Plantain Lily Type: Perennials Height: Short 10" (2' in flower) (Plant 20" apart) Bloom Time: Summer to Late Summer Sun-Shade: Mostly Sunny to Full Shade Zones: 3-8 Find Your Zone Soil Condition: Normal, Acidic

    [Hosta - green supreme]... Outstanding green-on-green color; big bang for your buck eye-catcher in the shade garden

    "June" hosta (2001 Hosta of the Year by the American Hosta Grower's Association) bears thick golden-yellow foliage with streaky blue-green edges. It also offers a bit of sun tolerance. In fact, with a couple of hours of morning sun, 'June' displays brighter gold leaf centers -

    List of plants that will grow in the shade, including foxglove: peace lily, spider plants, jacob's ladder, meadowsweet, Virginia bluebell, columbine, foxglove, flax lili, English ivy, coleus, fuchsia, impatiens, bleeding heart, hosta, solomon's seal, jumpseed, Japanese anemone, leopard plant, ferns. Great for container gardening and the back of my house that has plenty of shade.

    Alternative Gardning: Shade tolerant vegetables. I love this, but the picture under parsnips is turnips. I don't know if turnips are shade tolerant. This sure makes we want to consider moving my green onions from their permanent place in the garden to a shady place.

    Side Yard Garden for Shade Have you been wondering what to do with the shady area along your house? Try this garden plan perfect for long and narrow shaded side yards. It's filled with great, easy-growing plants to enjoy through the seasons. Garden size: 26 by 10 feet.

    Bluebells a good idea for 'color' in a shade garden

    Vegetables You Can Grow in The Shade MARG- I could turn that awkward rock garden under the porch into this sort of garden!

    A mix of perennials including several hosta, a Brunnera, a Heuchera and a Pulmonaria.

    My shade garden... Flowering shade perennials, come back year after year, and are maintenance free!!

    Create great contrast with sweet potato vine and the Wave Purple Petunias

    31 DIY Ways to Make Your Backyard Awesome This Summer: Set up a movie theatre Plant a bunch of these giant allium flowers Build a super simple tree house Add a beer cooler to your patio table. Drill holes in your fence and fill with marbles. Turn an old bunk bed into a stargazing loft retreat.

    beautiful landscaping

    I like this command center. Just where to put it? Basket handy for lunchbox drop off and book bag