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Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
perenial , constantly mooist some shade, big, 3 ft, plant spring or fall
Rodger's flower in a shade garden
plant under fir trees in the back
Invasive but I think I have just the place for it. I think I can still find a bit from where I pulled it up after planting it in the wrong place.
the plant Rodger's flower (rodgersia pinnate)
Landscape - shade plant - Rodgers Flower
The plant texture crinkly leaves and maybe not a favorite of deer pest
Rodger's flower perennial shade and wet
companion planting at the base.USDA zones: 5 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Constantly moist soilLight requirement: Partial shadeMature size: 3 to 4 feet tall, and wide with 3-foot flower spikesWhen to plant: In spring or fall
“shady garden” — tpstri
Andrew Keys
'Little Honey' oakleaf hydrangea (Hydrangea quercifolia 'Little Honey')
Shade Plants: Little Honey Oak Leaf Hydrangea
How to plant what I just bought. Cool!
beautiful oakleaf hydrangeas with excellent planting notes- hoping it will
Little Honey Oakleaf Hydrangea - shade garden
Little Honey oakleaf hydrangea - 4' x 4' grows best in part shade. More sun, more gold
likes dry shade. Z 5-9. More sun gives more gold but it grows best in part shade. White cone flowers
'Little Honey' oakleaf hydrangea (Hydrangea quercifolia 'Little Honey') for flowers in the shade.
Shade - Little Honey oakleaf hydrangea (Hydrangea guercifolio)
My favorite find of the past few years hands down is 'Little Honey' oakleaf hydrangea (Hydrangea quercifolia 'Little Honey', zones 5 to 9). If you know oakleaf, you know it is an easy-to-grow plant, works well even in dry shade
“Honey oak leaf hydrangea” — pfesta1
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
7 Reviews
Traditional Perennial
these plants and could this work for georgia climate?
for part shade/shade area. (Common name is Japanese Forest Grass) I like the 'All Gold' because it's brighter than other cultivars of Hakonechloa. I hope this helps!
would plant one that is evergreen though. The foliage of the fern (Onoclea sensibilis) in the photo dies back to the ground every year. I would suggest an Alaska Fern (Polystichum setiferum) in a container. I hope this helps!
type of plant tucked in behind others?
lush garden by mixing different textures and shades of plants to create visual interest
Hackinochloa - The plant in the middle. It has a beautiful light green leaf and really brightens the garden.
choice of plants it can make a wonderful color-theme planting. The foliage in this border is both soothing and refreshing and makes me think of the traditional temple gardens of Japan.
“plantings for shady areas” — Olander Garden Design
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Smalls Landscaping
12 Reviews
Marshall Residence
very rare plants are around every corner. The view from any angle offers something new and interesting. The property is a constant work in progress as planting beds and landscape installations are in constant ebb and flow.
flowered plants? This entire setting is gorgeous!!!
shade plants and mulch around base of trees
enough shade but i like the beds
Great combination of colors and plants
Get rid of the vines and do shade loving ground plants!!
“Landscape” — jkgillan
Andrew Keys
'Jack Frost' brunnera (Brunnera macrophylla 'Jack Frost')
Brunnera shade also Siberian Bugloss
Partial shade Water requirement: Medium moisture Size: 1 foot to 1 1/2 feet tall and wide
to the shade gardening scene compared to painted fern, 'Jack Frost' brunnera (Brunnera macrophylla 'Jack Frost', zones 3 to 8) is destined to become a classic in its own right. Big-leaved brunnera grows into a proper clump, 1½ feet high and wide, and is a gem for all kinds of shady sites, dry shade included
ferns for shade but brings something more sophisticated to the table. Brunnera blooms with blue, forget-me-not-like flowers in spring.
Bright foliage also creates an evening glow in the garden. Light-colored, variegated and silver-leaf plants reflect any available light, be it artificial or natural,
“Nice shade perrenial” — lizabetheve
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
South End Courtyard
bright plantings punctuate the landscape. Native moss joints create a soft, porous carpet between antique cobblestones. A salvaged Maine granite pier rises from the earth to form the pedestal of a table—the centerpiece of the garden. Interior and exterior spaces blend to expand urban living.
Plants good in shade -- hakone grass and heuchera
shade loving plants for side garden - only need 3 hours of light
colors of heuchera and grass , good in different seasons .limited to Two types of plants
plants that would be ideal for our backyard
perennials for shade - hakone grass and heuchera (coral bells?)
Shade-tolerant Planting “Understanding the growing conditions is critical,” says Cunningham
Shade-tolerant Planting“Understanding the growing conditions is critical,” says Cunningham. This site receives barely three hours of direct sunlight a day, so selecting plants that would survive in shade and retain moisture was critical.Like the minimalist material palette, the primary planting palette
“love the mix of hakone with heuchera... purple adds depth!” — Kristina DeLeo
Flowers in the Front Yard
Birch Skirt
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 woodruff, juniper, and hydrangea. Perennial Garden design by Candace Carter
year" plants ,that would grow great in Florida"s hot climate???
what plants are in this space?
Can you post a list of all the plants in this picture? What is the plant next to the tree with white flowers?
planting undxer tress - hostas, goats beard, coral bells, forest grass, laqdies mantle, Solomon's seal, bell flowers, sweet woodruff, juniper
A tapestry of green. This wonderful shade planting
good mix of shade loving plants
wonderful shade planting scheme shows us just how foliage alone can give us a great amount of color, creating a green tapestry. The shapes and color of leaves provide much interest. In fact, the shapes of leaves can almost be as varied as the shapes of flowers. While foliage is seldom bright (there are colorful
“combo” — Jenny Martin
Gurley's Azalea Garden
5 Reviews
Central Gardens
nice use of impatiens, like the purple plants
ferns in shade garden
Plants and stepping stones
the gate and shade flowers
shade to partial sun
Shade garden...shade plants...Beautiful shade...The plants...Nice shade garden...other shade plants...Shade pathway...shade plants...Shade area...nice shade plants
“Back garden” — nichoas
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