Plants that will grow in the shade: foxglove peace lily spider plants jacob's ladder meadowsweet Virginia bluebell columbine flax lili English ivy coleus fuchsia impatiens bleeding heart hosta solomon's seal jumpseed Japanese anemone leopard plant, ferns.
One of my faves! Have plants in the front yard and love seeing them bloom every spring! bleeding hearts dicentra Picked them out and bought them at Montgomery Wards greenhouse and asked if we could plant some in the yard as a youngster - KIm P.
One of my favorite flowers: Columbine Genus: Aquilegia spp. Zones: Bloom time: May; then six weeks later. To prune: Cut the stems all the way back to the foliage. Good to know: After the second bloom, leave the blossoms on the plant to reseed.
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Best Perennials for Shade Toad Lily Put on a fall show with shade plant toad lily (Tricyrtis). This easy-to-grow perennial offers unique flowers that are often compared to orchids. Many are spotted with shades of purple or blue.
There are so many beautiful, easy-care hostas available. Get tips for selecting the best hostas for your yard, as well as tips for selecting the best hosta plants at your local garden center! YOUR GARDEN ART PROJECT IS WAITING FOR YOU.
Purple Shamrock (oxalis) - Best in shade as front-of-bed edging or ringing a shade shrub such as hydrangeas or rhododendrons. Also nice in a shady flower pot. Companion plants: Under Ferns, Cimicifuga or Variegated Solomon’s Seal.