Shade Garden Plants, Perennial Flowers, Plants For Shade Garden

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Perennials: Maiden Grass,Expert says: "This grass forms a light, airy four-foot-tall mound and grows really well in otherwise tough and dry sites." —David McMullin, garden designer, Atlanta

13 Plants That Give You More Bang for Your Buck

Miscanthus grass picture - also known as Maiden grass - 13 Plants That Give You Bang for Your Buck Perennials Maiden Grass "This grass forms a light, airy four-foot-tall mound and grows really well in otherwise tough and dry sites.

Layering. Smaller vines, such as clematis, are often happy to scramble up the trunk of small- to medium-sized trees. Bigger vines are ideal for covering a wall or creating a privacy screen.  Test Garden Tip: Three of the best vines for shady spots are Dutchman's pipe, climbing hydrangea, and Virginia creeper.

Stunning Shade Garden Design Ideas

Get More in Less Space Grow vines to add an extra layer of color to your shade garden. Smaller vines, such as clematis, are often happy to scramble up the trunk of small- to medium-sized trees. Bigger vines are ideal for covering a wall

Shade garden to back gate

growing shade plants under evergreens ~ hostas, ferns, foam flowers, sweet woodruff and other woodlanders. Love those hostas.

Multicolored coleus -- shade-friendly, for when we finally do the backyard bed

Perfect for the front yard. Multicolored coleus -- shade-friendly, for when we finally do the backyard bed

Hosta-Filled Shade Garden

Hosta-Filled Shade Garden

Hosta filled shade garden PLANT LIST A. 50 Greater periwinkle (Vinca major): Zones B. 3 Hosta ‘Night Before Christmas’: Zones C. 4 Hosta ‘Halcyon’: Zones D. 3 Hosta ‘Tokudama Aureonebulosa’: Zones E. 1 Hosta ‘Paul’s Glory’: Zone

shade loving flowers - this would be great for between the house and garage

Colorful Front-Yard Garden Plans

Bold and Bright Foundation Garden Plan Layer plants in a small space to transform a narrow foundation planting into a work of art.

Consider planting a hosta bed next to the shed.

Design Lessons from a Minnesota Shade Garden

A delightful view from deck thanks to a wonderful collection of colorful hostas. While some gardeners think hostas are boring, you can create brilliant plantings like this by pairing varieties with different leaf colors, sizes, and variegation patterns.

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