Shade Gardens  No sun? No problem! Incorporate these design tips for an in-the-shade sanctuary in your backyard.  Siding Success  The light-colored exterior of this house offsets an assortment of dark green shade plants in a way that makes this corner seating area look warm and inviting rather than cold and dreary. A coat of paint can brighten masonry and siding.

Shade gardens beg for a restful place to relax, so even a corner nook can offer just the right spot for a sitting area.

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Shade Garden Ideas

Have a shady spot in your yard? You will love these stunning and inspiring shade gardens and find some fantastic plant suggestions for shady spaces.



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It's time to get that Springtime yard budget made so that your yard can look its very best on a dime.

Poolside Perennial Garden

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Backyard Before & After

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Dias Vagos (Lazy Days)

Whilst you might not want a totally formal garden, it's good to have some areas of formality, near the house, as a contrast to the surrounding landscape.

Pillar Barberries

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A welcoming walkway. Curb appeal is crucial to make buyers excited about viewing your property. Invest in a beautiful walkway to make visitors feel welcome. traditional landscape by Verdance Fine Garden Design

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Community College Garden

We could adapt these heat pump screens so the top part matches the fencing for the side yard espalier

Darcy Daniels, Bloomtown Garden Design and NurseryArtful materials in varied heights enhance a path through a narrow side yard. A garden path needs to take you where you're going, but it can do so much more if properly designed.