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    Cimicifuga Chocoholic- shorter version of the dark-leaved Autumn Snakeroot

    Cimicifuga Hillside Black Beauty

    WEIGELA 'Midnight Wine' A Paradise Garden Five Star Shrub A marvelous low mounding, dwarf version of 'Wine & Roses'.

    Heuchera Obsidian

    cimicifuga, brunnera, sweet woodruff- A wonderful planting for a shade garden.

    Asarum Europaeum, European Ginger. Full or part shade. I have a lot of this; it grows slowly and the deer don't eat it.

    Autumn Fern

    Hydrangea paniculata

    Fothergilla major

    Lungwort/Shade perennial

    Hosta 'Fire and Ice'

    Astilbe. Known best for their colorful flower plumes, many of the newer astilbe varieties also have showy foliage that may be bronze, pale green, blue green, dark green or wine red.

    Royal Hellebore Mix (Shade)

    Astilbe -- one of the easier perennials for a shade garden. They don't like dry or clay soil. Good in a little bit wet areas.

    Pulmonaria moonshine (lungwort). Spring blooming. Blue flowers. 15" tall, space 12-18" apart. Moist soil, full or part shade. Evergreen in my area.

    Astilbe - does best in moist shade.

    Sara's Sensation Hosta - Shade Perennial Slug Resistant Hosta Plant

    Astilboides tabularis

    Heucheras, the "new hostas" for shady spots, more colorful

    Astilbe Ostrich Plume

    Plants for the shade!