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Flowers in the Front Yard
solomon's seal, bell flower, sweet woodruff, juniper, and hydrangea. Perennial Garden design by Candace Carter
It depends on the area and amount of sunlight you will be planting. Shaded verses full sun?
Shade - huge goatsbeard, hakona, huechera
A tapestry of green. This wonderful shade planting scheme shows us just how foliage alone can give us a great amount of color, creating a green tapestry
Arcadia Gardens, LLC
What do you like about this photo? Color in shade!
Shade plants...Shade garden...Variety, Colo,r Shade...Shade Arrangement...color in the shade...Shade garden color...Arcadia Gardens, LLC
Bliss Garden Design
Lytle Road, Bainbridge Island - Shaded Creek
Lytle Road, Bainbridge Island - Shaded Creek
Shoreline, WA, garden because I am worried it would escape whatever I used to contain it. How do you ensure this doesn't happen?
garden is beautiful!! I would like to know what the plant is to the right of the large stone at the bottom of the picture. I also see it across the path
Beautiful shade garden! The Japanese forest grass dies back in winter, yes? Comes back in Spring
words about the garden! This is Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola' - or Japanese forest grass. A great plant for damp and shady or part shade locations. It
here because the slugs adore it which is too bad because it is nice in a shade position (which the slugs also like).
moisture retentiveLight requirement: Full sun (once established) to partial shadeMature size: 15 feet tall and wide as a tree, or 6 feet tall and wide if cut
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
grass is Hakonechloa macra 'All Gold'. It's an excellent grass for part shade/shade area. (Common name is Japanese Forest Grass) I like the 'All Gold' because
I entirely admire your gardening style. It's inspirational.
area with all the hostas, more variety, shade loving
woodland gardens are one of my favorites to design. Their success depends largely upon combining interesting foliage textures and playing one shade of green
astilbes and ferns. The result is a soothing medley that will thrive in partial shade, in average to moist soil, in zones 5 to 8.
Refreshing greens. Green is the backdrop of all gardens, yet with a careful choice of plants it can make a wonderful color-theme planting. The foliage
Shade garden - Japanese Forest Grass
Golden Japanese Forest Grass
Japanese Forest Grass - side garden around rocks
Japanese forest grass for garden; good in shade
for the shade garden, I have been equally successful with it in sunnier locations, providing it is well watered. In fall it is tinged with shades of red
for the shade garden, I have been equally successful with it in sunnier locations, providing it is well watered.In fall it is tinged with shades of red
Moisture-retentive soilLight requirement: Partial to full shade, but it will be greener in full shadeMature size: 2 feet tall and 3 feet wide When to plant:
moisture-retentive soilLight requirement: Partial shade to full sun (if well watered); it will be more green in shade and soft yellow in sunMature size: 2 feet
Japanese forest grass can go in shade...flowy - shade to some sun
Gurley's Azalea Garden
Nice shade garden for side yard
Shade garden...For a shade garden...shaded varity...other shade plants...Flower garden space...the gate and shade flowers...Shade pathway...Stone walkway and flower garden...Neat garden....Good for shade...Central Gardens...Gurley's Azalea Garden...Gurley's Azalea Garden...Shade To Partial...garden gate...Garden Entry/path
Bear Creek Landscaping , LLC
Shade garden Path
Perfect path for the shade in the NW
Beautiful garden & pathway! Wondering if you could identify the small pink blooming plant by the hosta? Thanks
Shade To Partial Sun...Shade garden Path...Shaded garden...Shade garden...Shade path...Lush shade planting...Shade garden...Shade plants...bench, stones, shade
Donna Lynn - Landscape Designer
Back Yard Shade Garden
lynnlandscapedesign.com - Back yard shade garden using classic garden favorites, including Hydrangea, Heliotrope and Ajuga. A path from the pergola leads
how do you keep deer from eating the entire garden
What kind of grass is this? Love it! Will it grow in the shade
Triple Crown shade tolerant in the more shady areas. The lawns had been in place for many years and in time the shade factor increased. The gardener kept the
Lamium is also another great ground cover for shade! Try "Beacon Silver" - you'll love it!
nance425, it would depend upon your unique situation and degree of shade. You might want to check with a landscape professional or plant nursery in
lawn looking healthy by overseeding the sunny sections twice a year and the shade areas more frequently or by spot seeding.