Great shade garden plants

Great shade garden composition & even some great hardy plants in there . all green combination . great example of levels, and plant shape and form being soooo important. in my eyes, the next most important after structure & winter interest

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Love the rhythm of these.  Spanish Lavender is a good choice for not only its bloom color but because it also blooms for a longer time than most lavenders do and it has lovely silvery foliage that will play well with these other shrubs when the flowers are finished.  Maybe for trhe front garden?

Anise Hyssop Black Adder, red & yellow barberry: Spanish Lavender blooms for a longer time than most lavenders do and it has lovely silvery foliage that will play well with these other shrubs when the flowers are finished.

Raised sleeper border with trellis/standards/slate path/timber edge to lawn

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Buy Astrantia & Dryopteris Plant Combination Astrantia & Dryopteris 'Plant Combination': Delivery by Crocus

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Jack Frost Brunnera.   One of my favorite plants for a shady flower bed.  Lots of beautiful blue blooms in late spring & early summer.

Jack Frost Brunnera

Jack Frost Brunnera::With its heart-shaped leaves, it is one of my very favorite plants for a shady flower bed. Lots of beautiful blue blooms in late spring & early summer.

Outer row: Stachys byzantina. Gray-leafed lamb's ears.

Stachys byzantina to grow to the low planting zones abutting the productive garden.

Fatsia japonica  - Japanese aralia. Happy in full sun to shade. A tropical-looking, evergreen shrub with gorgeously glossy, deep green palmate leaves. In autumn, creamy white flowers are produced in large panicles, which are often followed by round, black fruit. It makes a superb feature in an exotic-style garden, where the large leaves team well with bamboos and grasses.

Fatsia japonica- (Japanese aralia) tropical-looking glossy palmate leaves. Happy in medium to full shade, slightly acidic rich soil, regular water


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