Are you cursed with rows upon rows of dark green evergreens? Make them pop with bright shots of lime. Dogwood does the trick here.
Stray from the typical varieties of plants and test out their eye-catching lime relatives. This bleeding heart has a vibrant lime foliage that lights up the shadiest of spots. In my opinion, it totally trumps its classic dark green cousin.
Lime hostas are another great choice for shade, bringing pops of vibrancy into dark corners.
Sweet potato vine is another creeper or draper that comes in a bright lime shade. Little pops of the vine in potted arrangements can brighten up old-fashioned flowers and make them seem new again.
Lamb's ear typically has a blue undertone and works well with magentas and purples. When I saw this plant, I did a double take. It looks like lamb's ear and feels like lamb's ear — is it possible that it comes in a gorgeous lime hue?
Yup, Stachys Byzantina — an official lime lamb's ear!
Of course, you could just add an actual lime tree to your garden. The color of the plant is a deep green, but you can't beat the taste of fresh lime on grilled corn with a splash of butter. Bring on the limes!