Do you have a large shaded area in your garden that looks "dead"? Here are 26 of the most beautiful plants that grow in shade.

25 Gorgeous Shade-Tolerant Plants That Will Bring Your Shaded Garden Areas to Life

Do you have a large shaded area in your garden that looks "dead"? Here are 26 of the most beautiful plants that grow in shade.

26 Beautiful Plants That Grow in Shade Need this for Katie

25 Gorgeous Shade-Tolerant Plants That Will Bring Your Shaded Garden Areas to Life

Phormium 'Bronze Baby' - evergreen plant which rarely flowers, grows to about 80cm - possible alternative to Purple fountain grass

Phormium 'Bronze Baby' - evergreen plant which rarely flowers, grows to about 80cm - possible alternative to Purple fountain grass

You don't need flowers to add colour & texture to your garden - gorgeous red foliage

You don't need flowers to add colour & texture to your garden - gorgeous red foliage

Black Mondo Grass - Sun or deep shade - 1/2' tall x 2' wide - evergreen - water tolerant - Black mondo grass is a wonderful accent plant, setting off lighter plants, such as snowdrops. It shows up well against pavers or stones and looks great edging the rim of a container. With time, and in rich, moisture-retentive soil, it forms a thick groundcover. GREAT PLANT PICK

Black Mondo Grass - Sun or deep shade - 1/2' tall x 2' wide - evergreen - water tolerant - Black mondo grass is a wonderful accent plant, setting off lighter plants, such as snowdrops. It shows up well against pavers or stones and looks great edging the rim of a container. With time, and in rich, moisture-retentive soil, it forms a thick groundcover. GREAT PLANT PICK

Perfect for a small low maintenance garden, lily-turf Liriope muscari 'Monroe White' works well in containers or borders

Perfect for a small low maintenance garden, lily-turf Liriope muscari 'Monroe White' works well in containers or borders

Tropical Gardens | Hakonechloa macra in forefront of ferns, palms and other tropical plants

Tropical Gardens | Hakonechloa macra in forefront of ferns, palms and other tropical plants

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