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Sweet Woodruff, a non-invasive ground cover for shady areas

Easy Groundcovers

Groundcover - Sweet woodruff is the perfect groundcover for adding fragrance to your backyard. When the leaves are crushed they smell like freshly mown hay. This is one plant that isn't prone to invasiveness and tends to form well-mannered clumps

Enjoy 3 seasons of foliage color with Hakonechloa All Gold

Hakonechloa All Gold Gold Ornamental Grass shade groundcover Grows well with lots of water Bamboo-like texture form Great for shade container gardening Deer-Proof Zone Blooms Summer X

Pachysandra terminalis, evergreen ground cover for complete shade, in woodland garden, or side of fruit garden.

Pachysandra terminalis, evergreen ground cover for complete shade, in woodland garden. West end of lower deck.

Shade plant ideas

Astilbe Visions Dozens of fragrant flower spikes in summer Most drought tolerant of any Astilbe Slow spreading shade loving groundcover Deer proof shade perennial Loved by butterflies

Cotswold Lungwort 50g (Pulmonaria)

Grow lungwort in your shade garden - Canadian Gardening - This is a great plant that will spread but never fails

Brunnera Variegata - Deer proof shade plant with variegated leaves. Shade ground cover thrives with Hostas, Hardy Ferns, & Heucheras.

Brunnera Variegata -- Deer proof shade plant with variegated leaves. Shade ground cover thrives with Hostas, Hardy Ferns, & Heucheras.

Landscape Plants and Flowers: Where and What to Plant and Grow Successfully ~ Landscape Design

Top Shade Garden Plants - Top Shade Garden Plants Discover beautiful and easy-to-grow plant varieties to add color and interest to shaded spots in your garden or landscape.

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Several species of ferns unfurl gracefully, and the ground cover is composed of baby's-tears in shades of lemon and lime.

New Home Interior Design: Stunning Shade Garden Design Ideas

So instead of fighting a big patch of fading grass, keep only a small section of turf and make it a landscape element by surrounding it with a wide swath of shade-loving plants. Or give up the grass and select shade-loving groundcovers.

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