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Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
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constantly mooist some shade, big, 3 ft, plant spring or fall
Variety of large plants, particularly shade varieties
plant for shade garden Rodgersia pinnata part shade foliage rough
deters deer/ large leaves /loves shade and wet conditions
companion planting at the base.USDA zones: 5 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Constantly moist soilLight requirement: Partial shadeMature size:
each of which can reach 8 inches in length. Surround this plant with smaller-leaved plants along a woodland garden path, and you will have a dramatic
size: 3 to 4 feet tall, and wide with 3-foot flower spikesWhen to plant: In spring or fall
shade plant Rodgers flower...to plant: In spring or fall
“Needs wet soil” — mematthews
Flowers in the Front Yard
Birch Skirt
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Planting under trees can be beautiful and varied. Hostas, goat's beard, coral bells, ferns, forest grass, ladies mantel, solomon's seal, bell flower, sweet
"all year" plants ,that would grow great in Florida"s hot climate???
Can you post a list of all the plants in this
this picture? What is the plant next to the tree with white flowers?
It depends on the area and amount of sunlight you will be planting. Shaded verses full sun?
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
what plants are in this space?...good mix of shade loving plants
“Plants” — tikal59
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'Little Honey' oakleaf hydrangea (Hydrangea quercifolia 'Little Honey')
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where can i find this ( LITTLEHONEY) planT neAr Winston Salem, NC ?
Shade Plants: Little Honey Oak Leaf Hydrangea
"Little Honey" oakleaf hydrangea, zones 5-9, gold foliage, part shade
smaller plant that will fit well in gardens of any size. The more sun it gets, the more gold it will be, but it grows best is part shade.
woodland plants, they can tolerate lots of sunlight in the north and require only partial shade in the south (for best results, find afternoon shade for them
to 9). If you know oakleaf, you know it is an easy-to-grow plant, works well even in dry shade and blooms in summer with big cones of white flowers. This
the container. Remove the plant gently.2. Add enough soil to hold the plant in place, fill the hole with water and let the plant absorb the water. If your
“plants for foundation garden” — Sandy White
Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
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A Classic Country White Garden
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All planting design by Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
I am looking for shade plants that can tolerate dry conditions and that are deer proof. I really like
The grass is a Hakone Grass, Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola'. It's shade tolerant and
paver siyying area and shade plants...gravel & bluestone w shade plantings
“Pretty” — scaine123
Skagit Gardens
Brunnera Silver Heart
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called Siberian Bugloss or Perennial Forget-Me-Not. Grows best in part shade with plenty of organic matter and moist soil. I've found it to be quite
rage to low, shade to partial shade', 1' tall & 2' wide Benefits: blue flowers in spring
and humidity Planting notes: It’s perfect for woodland gardens and shade containers. Plant it in rich, fertile soil that drains well.
Siberian Bugloss(Brunnera macrophylla ‘Silver Heart’)I have always loved this shade-loving perennial for its forget-me-not-type flowers, which dance above the
spring. When the new foliage colors were introduced, I fell in love with this plant all over again. Siberian bugloss is one of the first perennials to leaf out
shade plant - mix with ferns
“White leaves vs blue” — mematthews
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Northwest Indiana Marshall Residence
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One-of-a-kind and other very rare plants are around every corner. The view from any angle offers something new and interesting. The property is a constant
constant work in progress as planting beds and landscape installations are in constant ebb and flow.
this picture, it appears your rhododendron is in the shade? I didn't know they grew in the shade? Let me know. Thanks.
What are the purple flowered plants? This entire setting is gorgeous!!!
ironite. they are under oak trees and love the soil their also. When we planted we amended the soil with pine fines and a composted potting soil we buy
has micronutrients and bacteria in them. but not too much after they are planted. they are just happy. the varieties make a difference at to how many blooms
“Landscape” — orangelori
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'Jack Frost' brunnera (Brunnera macrophylla 'Jack Frost')
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Partial shade Water requirement: Medium moisture Size: 1 foot to 1 1/2 feet tall and wide
gem for all kinds of shady sites, dry shade included. It blends seamlessly with the usual hostas and ferns for shade but brings something more sophisticated
A relative newcomer to the shade gardening scene compared to painted fern, 'Jack Frost' brunnera (Brunnera macrophylla 'Jack Frost', zones 3 to 8) is destined
through.Botanical name: BrunneraUSDA zones: 3 to 8Light requirement: Partial shadeWater requirement: Medium moistureSize: 1 foot to 1 1/2 feet tall and wide
Common name: Siberian buglossUSDA zones: 3 to 7Light requirement: Partial shadeWater requirement: Medium moistureSize: 9 to 18 inches tall and 6 to 18 inches
Brunnera shade also Siberian Bugloss
“Light color in shade” — greenmaiden
Le jardinet
2014 flowers and foliage
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humidity Planting notes: It’s perfect for woodland gardens and shade containers. Plant it in rich, fertile soil that drains well.
and humidity Planting notes: It’s perfect for woodland gardens and shade containers. Plant it in rich, fertile soil that drains well.
once establishedLight requirement: The growers recommend shade or partial shade, but my plant grew well in full sun (Seattle-type full sun) from sunrise
in springStands up to heat and humidityPlanting notes:It’s perfect for woodland gardens and shade containers.Plant it in rich, fertile soil that drains well
Deer resistant; low maintenanceSeasonal interest: Spring to fallWhen to plant: Spring or fallDistinguishing traits:More resistant to sun scorch than other
Plant in shady area of front yard.
“fyi” — jerimcclure
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