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Some consider shade gardens difficult; but when you embrace the challenge you can create a beautiful, interesting, garden with endless possibilities. Below are just a few of the shade choices available.
Lovely mid to late summer bloom spikes in pinks and whites.
Blooming in late spring to early summer, old-fashioned Bleeding Heart remains popular for it's delicate foliage and romantic, whimsical blooms. Variations of color and form also available.
Pictured: 'Dawson's White'
Blooms mid to late spring in the shade.
Pictured: 'Autumn Brilliance'
There are many genus and varieties of ferns for the shade garden, from small and feathery to tall and sword-like. All add interest and texture throughout the season.
Goatsbeard is a lovely choice for the shade.
Tidy clumps of interesting foliage are topped with spikes of (wait for it) bell-shaped blooms.
A cross between Heuchera (Coral Bells) and Tiarella (Foam Flower) Heucherella offer a wide variety of colorful and variegated foliage and sport stalks of small, airy blooms.
Click here to see a few of our favorite hosta, stop in to browse all 100+ we will carry to compliment any shade garden.
Despite it's unattractive common name, this is a lovely spring bloomer; cut back after blooming for attractive foliage for the rest of the season.
Close cousins to Coral Bells, another delightful choice for the shade with summer bloom spikes.