Shade garden with flowers and colorful foliage - for areas that receive shade throughout the day with some sun in the morning and late afternoon. Plants that like shade/part shade: Hostas, Lamium, Astrantia, Ajuga, Astilbe, Lily of the Valley, Heuchera, Pulmonaria, Japanese Painted Fern, & Dicentra.
Delosperma Hardy Ice Plant Perennial Vigorous ground cover, even in the driest of soils, versatile and vibrant! The fleshy, drought tolerant creeping stems of these hardy Ice Plants make ideal ground cover on sunny banks and poor stony soils. The showy daisy-like flowers create a carpet of intense colour, in exclusive new shades that will stop you in your tracks. Fantastic for those hot, dry problem areas where many other plants would fail to establish. Height: 10cm (4"). Spread: 60cm (24")
use the mantra- thriller, filler, spiller- with this container idea with the begonias and caladium; thriller is the cordyline (tall burgundy leaf) filler is the caladium, begonia to a degree the spiller is also the begonia, blue scaevola and the yellow la
As a horticulturist, I often find myself recommending plants to people. I feel bad when I get asked for the impossible plants; something like an evergreen that flowers all year long, is hardy in Zone 3, loves deep shade, and deer won’t eat it. There is one incredible flower that I frequently recommend, though, because [...]
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.