Explore Balcony Planters, Front Door Planters, and more!

What you need to do first is look at the trees or bushes that are making this area a filtered shade garden.

Container Garden: The containers are zinc: the grass is Miscanthus 'Dixieland' surrounded by Erigeron 'Profusion,' which will bloom until the hard frost.

Container Gardening

Love the grass. The containers are zinc: the grass is Miscanthus 'Dixieland' surrounded by Erigeron 'Profusion,' which will bloom until the hard frost.

primitive gardens | primitive gardens / Collecton of Hostas/Ferns Full or part shade (zone ...wish I had more shade

Perennial Shade Garden Plans For Shade Loving Perennials, Perennial Shade Plants - For the side yard under the trees.

Mosquito repellent naturally: Rosemary, lemongrass, variegated licorice vine

Rosemary & Lemon Grass in same container naturally repel mosquitos. Great tea combo too - or plant some roses and ginger too for rosehip, lemongrass and ginger tea; one of my favourites :-)

Dwarf Japanese Cedar - Monrovia -Slowly forms a dense dome 2 to 3 ft. tall, slightly wider; 4 to 8 ft. tall with age. W

Cryptomeria japonica 'Globosa Nana' Dwarf Japanese Cedar - Monrovia -Slowly forms a dense dome 2 to 3 ft.

lemon grass and petunias - Deborah Silver Dirt Simple

lemon grass and petunias - Deborah Silver Dirt Simple~lemon grass repels ticks too so it's a win!

A lovely combo of ferns, impatiens and birdhouses/like the pine needle path and huge ferns

A lovely combo of ferns, impatiens and birdhouses. Maybe by Forest Pansy Redbud and Maple tree or by Redbud tree on north side of den

Ver imagen de origen

Ver imagen de origen

Bidens 'Yellow Sunshine'  - full sun, good trailing plant for spilling over container edges.

Bidens Ferulifolia 'Yellow Sunshine': Bidens 'Yellow Sunshine' - full sun, good trailing plant for spilling over container edges.

Hostas are great for planting under trees where grass will not grow. by roslyn

Hosta-Easiest way to make an impressive shade garden. Go pick different varieties of hosta from your local garden center. If they don't have you are at the wrong place. Arrange in the shade with tall in the back & correct spacing. Watch them grow.

Shade container

Gorgeous shade pot for my front porch. Love all the perennials in this. You could plant them in the yard before the end of summer.

Pinterest
Search