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    • Jennifer Sears

      Hosta, shade garden ideas

    • Gramma Rose

      Best Perennials for Shade Gardens... Hostas: Easy-to-grow with biggest variety of any shade plants - miniatures (2"W) to giants( 6'W). Leaves in shades of green, blue, white, chartreuse, gold, & variegated combos. Many w fragrant blooms. Hardy Zones 3-8. Top Picks: 'Blue Mouse Ears' (silvery-blue leaves - Stays 1'w); 'Frances Williams' (blue-green edged in chartreuse - Grows 2'w); 'Sum and Substance' (chartreuse leaves - Grows 6'w). Plant with bleeding heart, which goes dormant in summer...

    • Kim Wood

      Hosta - easy-to-grow shade perennial; shades of green, blue, white, chartreuse, and gold

    • Rose Quartz

      Hosta. Easy to grow perennials that love shade. Some hosta flowers are fragrent. Some have varigated leaves

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