20 plants to brighten your shade garden. Annuals, perennials and herbs for shady places.
Perennials That You Need to Try
Top New Perennials for 2016
What plants go together? Pairing plants by color, season of bloom, and shape can sometimes be confusing. So, here's a list of some of our favorite combinations with tips on how to put them to good use in your landscape.
Bleeding Heart Dicentra Spectabilis
White Bleeding Heart
Prairie Phlox. Partial shade/Sun. Dry. Prairie/Open wood. 6-24" May-June
Shade Garden Plants: Sweet Woodruff Cotton Candy Grass Bigroot Geranium Impatiens Fuschia Coral Bells Coleus Catnip White Queen Caladium Lobelia Feverfew Bleeding Heart Toad Lily Meadowsweet Miss Indigo Primrose Astilbe Pulmonaria (Lungwort) Yellow Corydalis Celandine Wood Poppy Hellebore
My shade garden needs more shade. Look how happy these plants are.