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Pennisetum orientale, Centranthus ruber & Rosa & of Rosemawr& Gaura, Lilium longiflorum, Verbascum chaixii & Candles& - Picmia

Lovely combination of 'Gold Standard' Hosta, European Ginger, and Boxwood

A great shade or part shade combo for Missouri: wild ginger, hosta gold standard and boxwood.

Love this combination   Myrrhis odorata (Sweet Cicily) and pulmonaria ... Sweet Cicily also likes dry shade

Love this combination Myrrhis odorata (Sweet Cicily) and Pulmonaria, with the Forget-me-not blue flowers of Brunnera peeking in . Sweet Cicily also likes dry shade

Native Shade gardens: Wild Leek  Columbine, Jack-in-the-Pulpit, Poke Milkweed, Drummond's Aster,   Arrow-leaved Aster, Short's Aster,   Hairy Wood Mint, Tall Bellflower,   Pointed-leaved Tick Trefoil, Wild Geranium, Goldenseal, Forbs,   Great Waterleaf, Bishop's Cap,   Sweet Cicely, Jacob's Ladder, Solomon's Seal, Woodland Knotweed, Lion's Foot, Hairy Mountain Mint

for Medium-Wet to Medium-Dry Soils & nearly Full Shade This native woodland seed mix is best suited for a shady site where tree branches are trimmed to allow some light to penetrate.

Growing Forest Grass: Tips On Caring For Japanese Forest Grasses

Growing Forest Grass: Tips On Caring For Japanese Forest Grasses

OPTION (lining south fence) Japanese forest grass plant is slow growing and requires little extra care once established. The plants are evergreen and show best in a partially shaded location. Read this article for tips on growing this grass.

Lovely Shade Garden - ferns, tiarella, heuchera, hostas, japanese maple...

shade garden idea - Wonderful mix of green textures, Ferns, Coral Bells, Solomon Seal, Surprise Lily and Foam Flower all mix well in shade.

Landscape Design, Pictures, Remodel, Decor and Ideas - page 6

landscape by Glenna Partridge Garden Design hostas, ferns and grasses - shade gardening

Beautiful Backyard Garden

Landscaping And Outdoor Building , Interesting Backyard Landscaping Ideas : Backyard Landscaping Ideas With Small River And Rocks

~Shade garden plants, astilbes, hostas, fuchsias, creeping jenny~ by roslyn

Landscaping - Rock Garden: I love the look of this small shade garden, Astilbes, fuchsias, hostas, creeping jenny

"Ferns have long been used next to Hostas, because their fine foliage contrast with the broad, smooth leaves of the Hostas."

Showy Shade Gardens

shade garden designs

wallacegardens: Woodland garden: Heuchera ‘Citronelle’ with Woodland Aster and Japanese Painted Ferns.

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