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  • Mary Hagan Double

    Made In The Shade: Link to Great Plant Picks Lists and Search Page>> Even though this is designed for NW US gardens, there are great shade garden ideas for the rest of us.

  • LeAnna Erickson

    Shade garden plants Great for the huge space under my maple tree in my front yard.

  • Aubrey Olson

    Shade plant picks. Front yard

  • Cathy Morgan

    Shade garden plant picks, Pacific Northwest

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Clematis vine. Also for the shade garden this summer. My Mommy in law has this vine & its so beautiful this year! :)

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Bigroot Geranium One of the toughest plants in the shade garden, bigroot geranium (Geranium macrorrhizum) doesn't mind heat or drought. And, deer and rabbits typically pass it by in search of tastier morsels. This plant puts on a spring show with pink or white flowers; some varieties also offer outstanding fall coloration in their woodsy-scented foliage. Bigroot geranium is hardy in Zones 4-8 and grows 2 feet tall. Top Picks: 'Album' offers white flowers; 'Ingwersen's Variety' offers clear pink flowers; 'Variegatum' has purple-pink flowers and white-variegated leaves

Made In The Shade: Link to Great Plant Picks Lists and Search Page

Hostas, bleeding hearts and ferns. Bottom: Purple Oxalis contrasts yellow Corydalis in both color and texture. Pair oxalis with burgundy tones of Japanese painted fern. Spotted lungwort ties into the silvery fern fronds, and big-leaf Petasites and hostas offers fun contrast with its large leaves.

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Flowers that like shade! I need these for my patio...

A variety of hosta, heuchera and variegated Jacob's Ladder. There are also Ostrich Ferns toward the back of this flowerbed.

Edible Plants You Can Grow on a Shady Balcony Salad Greens, such as leaf lettuce, arugula, endive, cress, and radicchio Broccoli Cauliflower (follow the instructions for broccoli above) Peas Beets Brussels Sprouts (no article ) Radishes (no article ) Swiss Chard Leafy Greens, such as collards, mustard greens, spinach, and kale Beans

Gorjuss Shade GardenHostas are one of the best easiest ways to fill your garden, shade or sun. The other thing I use a lot of is Coleus. It comes in amazing colours and grows like crazy any where you put it. Colour without flowers or co-ordinate to your flowers

'Midnight' lobelia, 'Silver Mound' artemesia, heuchera, hakone forest grass