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    Shady garden ideas

  • Diana Versailles

    Shade Garden: Plant en Masse

  • Beth Brown

    Shade - Plant en Masse - Plant en Masse Just about every type of plant looks better in large groupings than it does planted individually. Here, drifts of astilbe seem to tower out of a groundcover of golden sedum. Test Garden Tip: Planting en masse doesn't necessarily mean growing only a single variety. Here, several selections of astilbe combine for even more interest

  • Margaret Jackson

    Shade garden - lots and lots of astilbe plants in bloom mixed in with other shade plants.

  • Heinen's Grocery Store

    Shade Garden design ideas ... love the colors

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