Shade Plants - For Difficult Spots Tough enough to handle shady spots with moist or wet soil, astilbe—instantly recognizable by virtue of its colorful spikes—arrests the eye when grown in clumps, so be sure to divide this perennial once fall comes around again.
Endless Bloom Perennial Garden: Non-stop flowers from spring through fall. April brings pretty Primroses, followed all summer by a host of colorful favorites, and ending with cushion mums at frost. A professionally designed garden like this would cost hundreds of dollars at a retail store. This 25' x 8' garden includes 54 flowers that take just a few hours to plant and return bigger every year. Prefers sun or partial shade.
Sometimes you just can't expose your plants to enough sunlight like if you live in an apartment and you don't have a backyard. But that's not a problem because there are some beautiful plants that grow in the shade so you can plant them in your apartment or any shady spot of your backyard.
Campanula portenschlagiana or ‘Dalmatian Bellflower’ is a beautiful annual or perennial plant that forms a mat of small rounded leaves. The flowers are star-shaped, blue-purple in color that blooms from spring through summer. Relatively cold hardy but requires shelter when temperature dips below much. It grows in full sun and in the part shade too, on a fairly loose, well drained and alkaline soil
25 Gorgeous Shade-Tolerant Plants That Will Bring Your Shaded Garden Areas to Life