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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

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

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25 Gorgeous Shade-Tolerant Plants That Will Bring Your Shaded Garden Areas to Life
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Japanese Painted Fern "Silver Falls" - This will look great between some Hostas!
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Sweet Woodruff This is a perfect shade loving plant if you have a shady, difficult spot you want to cover. These white flowers will bloom in May and June. They are simple and even smell great too!

Sweet Woodruff This is a perfect shade loving plant if you have a shady, difficult spot you want to cover. These white flowers will bloom in May and June. They are simple and even smell great too!

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Do you have a large shaded area in your garden that looks "dead"? Here are 26 of the most beautiful plants that grow in shade.

Do you have a large shaded area in your garden that looks "dead"? Here are 26 of the most beautiful plants that grow in shade.

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Purple Oxalis (Oxalis regnellii var. triangularis) if in a container can be in a shady spot outdoors for spring and summer, then brought indoors to serve as a houseplant. The oxalis is aka the shamrock. (Click for more info.)                                                                                                                                                     More

Purple Oxalis (Oxalis regnellii var. triangularis) if in a container can be in a shady spot outdoors for spring and summer, then brought indoors to serve as a houseplant. The oxalis is aka the shamrock. (Click for more info.) More

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