a garden in the shade, container gardening, flowers, gardening, landscape, outdoor living, succulents, Along the driveway there is a bit more sunlight and she has added Japanese Blood Grass into the mix Warning Before you add Japanese Blood Grass to your wish list for spring be aware that it can be a bit invasive

A Garden in the Shade

Along the driveway, there is a bit more sunlight and she has added Japanese Blood Grass into the mix. (Warning: Before you add Japanese Blood Grass to your wish list for spring, be aware that it can be a bit invasive.

caladium care  http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/hort/hil/hil-8517.html

Caladium White Queen

THE PRETTIEST Great idea for under tree planting - Caladium "White Queen" for Shade Garden and great for white garden to view at night!

Tiarella ‘Crow’s Feather’,  heuchera “Purple Petticoat” and a variegated hosta. by lu2513

Shade garden plants (Perennials) – Tiarella ‘Crow’s Feather, a Heuchera ‘Purple Petticoat and a variegated Hosta

Golden creeping Jenny -   'Aurea' is a fast-growing groundcover for shade or partial shade. It bears round chartreuse foliage and grows 2 inches tall. It can spread indefinitely. Zones 4-8  view >

Loosestrife - Golden creeping Jenny Lysimachia nummularia 'Aurea' is a fast-growing groundcover for shade or partial shade. It bears round chartreuse foliage and grows 2 inches tall. It can spread indefinitely.

coral bell – rich color and drought tomeretnt for a shady spot in the yard

Heuchera micrantha palace purple, coral bell - rich color and drought tolerent for a shady spot in the yard

Shade plant combination: Hostas, Japanese Painted Ferns, Japanese Forest Grass:

Shade plant combination: Hostas, Japanese Painted Ferns, Japanese Forest Grass: swap grass for spiderwort? Note the ginger.

Boxwood and Hosta...great texture changes. below hosta, american ginger great plant semi shade or shade

A great shade or part shade combo for Missouri: wild ginger, hosta gold standard and boxwood.

How to add IMPACT to your Gardens

How to add IMPACT to your Gardens (5th and state)

Ferns have long been used next to Hostas, because their fine foliage contrast with the broad, smooth leaves of the Hostas… Instant interest. I like the mix of greens with the "blue" hostas.

Excellent writeup - original info - for dry shady area. ..Shady business: There are plenty of plants that will thrive away from sunlight - What do you do with that dry, sheltered patch in the garden? Don't just stick a shed there, says Graham Rice - P. setiferum

Shady business: There are plenty of plants that will thrive away from sunlight

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