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17 of the Best Perennials to Grow in Shade Gardens
There's little wonder why old-fashioned bleeding heart (Dicentra spectabilis) is a favorite of colorful shade plants. In late spring and early summer, it produces pink or white heart-shape shade flowers that hang from elegant, arching stems. This top-notch plant is hardy in Zones 3-9 and grows up to 4 feet tall. Test Garden Tip: By midsummer, old-fashioned bleeding heart usually goes dormant and loses its foliage. Plant it with astilbe or hosta so you don't end up with...
Black Snakeroot, Deciduous Perennial of the Day
Black Snakeroot. Height: 4-7 Feet Spread: 3-4 Feet partial-full shade. In the fall, the long bottlebrush flower spikes of this plant give it its height and erect form. It performs wonderfully when planted as a woodland border as it is very shade tolerant. Divisions can be made in early spring. Plant goes well with: Rodgersia, Ligularia, Astilbe, gold-leafed hostas and ferns. has very dark, purplish-black leaves and pinkish-white blossoms. resists deer and rabbits.
Flowering Vines For Shade (9 of the Best Perennial Shade Vines That Won't Take Over Your Garden) - Gardening @ From House To Home
GREAT list of perennial flowering vines that thrive in the shade. When I needed to hide my neighbor's shed from view in my shady garden, I had a tough time finding vines that were non-invasive and looked good. This list of perennial shade vines has some really pretty plants that won't take over your yard. #shadevines #floweringvinesforshade #perennialvines
Shade Loving Shrubs: 11 Beautiful Bushes To Plant Under Trees - Gardening @ From House To Home
10 Bushes To Plant Under Trees | If you are looking for some ideas of what to plant in a shady spot, this list of bushes will definitely help. These plants will thrive in the shade under trees. (perennial flowers for shade green)