Anu Yli-Elsilä

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shade garden: bleeding heart, trillium, lily of the valley, solomons seal and Siberian bugloss

shade garden: bleeding heart, trillium, lily of the valley, solomons seal and Siberian bugloss - Shade Gardening

Bigroot Geranium - One of the very best perennials for dry shade, this lovely plant offers deeply lobed leaves that look like snowflakes.

Geranium - One of the toughest plants in the shade garden, bigroot geranium (Geranium macrorrhizum) doesn't mind heat or drought. Plant it with: Add height and interest to your shade garden by planting bigroot geranium in front of toad lilies.

rodgersia pinnata 'superba.'  If you want a bold perennial to make an impact in your garden, then look no further than Rodgersia. These east Asian plants have lovely, large foliage and attractive plumes of white to red flowers. For the back of a moist border, a semi-shaded woodland or as a backdrop for a water feature, Rodgersia are second to none.

' If you want a bold perennial to make an impact in your garden, then look no further than Rodgersia. These east Asian …