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The Best Shade Loving Plants - Plants For Shade : HGTV Gardens

Foam Flower Foam flower, or Tiarella, is a good woodland groundcover. It prefers partial shade in well drained soils that retain some moisture. Foliage is often variegated and deeply cut. Bottle brush like flowers appear in late spring through summer.

Primula need shade and moist soil. With 425 species, they come in many colors, and range from 3 inches to 4 feet tall. This is Primula denticulata, aka drumstick primula.

10 Great Plants for Shade Gardening

Primula need shade and moist soil. With 425 species, they come in many colors, and range from 3 inches to 4 feet tall. This is Primula denticulata, aka drumstick primula.

Colorful plants for shade gardens | Amethyst flower (Browallia hybrids) | Sunset.com

19 Colorful Plants for Shade Gardens

20 Colorful Plants for Shade Gardens Amethyst flower (Browallia hybrids): If you love blue flowers, this annual is a must. Amethyst flower has star-shaped blooms of brilliant blue and sky blue, as well as violet and white.

Endless Summer Hydrangea: A shade loving plant that will give you flowers and happiness all summer long!

Front yard makeover: Endless Summer Hydrangea: A shade loving plant that will give you flowers and happiness all summer long!

Lamium...for the shade and really brightens up what might be dark areas. There are quite a few great varieties.

Creating Front Yard Color

Lamium 'Silver Beacon' for the shade and really brightens up what might be dark areas. There are quite a few great Lamium varieties.

A Garden of Shade-Loving Herbs - with planting plan... yes, there are herbs that can grow in shade!

How to Create an Herb Garden in the Shade

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