Skuggrabatt

Hostas and ferns - like my side yard but more interest with variegated leaves and a few dark plants

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

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

Allium Ampeloprasum (Spanish Allium)

Great idea for under tree planting - Caladium "White Queen" for Shade Garden. "I need these for under my trees!" I cant get anything to grow in the shade!

'Red Dragon' hosta Sebright Gardens - Oregon's Premier Selection of Hostas #gardening

Hosta 'Red Dragon'

'Red Dragon' - Rare hosta with nicely rippled shiny bright green leaves held upright on red stems. Purple flowers on top of red scapes in late summer.Love it!

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 >

Plant in wet spot in the shade of the walk way. 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.

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

I like the purple plant in the back and the front. Shade garden plants (Perennials) - Tiarella 'Crow's Feather, a Heuchera 'Purple Petticoat and a variegated Hosta

Shade Garden Design Ideas, Pictures, Remodel, and Decor

traditional landscape by Glenna Partridge Garden Design The combination of hostas, ferns and grasses in this photo provides layers of texture that create visual interest, even though there are no blooms. This would work beside your patio.

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

Shady woodland gardens --Their success depends largely upon combining interesting foliage textures and playing one shade of green off another. This design beautifully partners Japanese forest grass (Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola') with assorted hostas, astilbes and ferns. The result is a soothing medley that will thrive in partial shade, in average to moist soil, in zones 5 to 8.

traditional landscape by Glenna Partridge Garden Design The combination of hostas, ferns and grasses in this photo provides layers of texture that create visual interest, even though there are no blooms. This would work beside your patio.

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