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Vierailija ruusunkukassa

Vierailija ruusunkukassa

Another Example of a Beautiful Shade Garden - varying shades, heights and textures also make this grouping perfect for an eye-catching -at-dusk Moon Garden.

Another Example of a Beautiful Shade Garden

Example of a beautiful shade garden, flowers, gardening, outdoor living, Planting Combination On the top left is Hosta Sagae Below it is lime colored Hosta Blaze of Glory With tiny white flowers in the centre is Corydallis ochroleuca

Beautiful shade border -- The narrow leaved Hosta is called Spritzer, I think. The yellow in the leaves echoes the Hakone grass nicely.

plant combos, A few of my favorite plant combinations last summer around the golf course garden, The narrow leaved Hosta is called Spritzer,.

Climbing hydrangea.... had no idea that this existed.  Have to have.

Climbing hydrangea vine: Hydrangea anomala petiolaris is one of the best of the ornamental vines and useful because it will grow and flower even in a northern exposure. This is a large heavy vine that requires a very sturdy support. Though deciduous, it's

Secret corner hideaway.

If you are thinking of rose gardening don’t let this rumor stop you. While rose gardening can prove to be challenging, once you get the hang of it, it really isn’t that bad.

Image result for hostas, bleeding hearts, lacy ferns, astilbe and golden hakone grass

A nice shade planting: ferns, bleeding hearts, brunnera (Jack Frost), heuchera (obsidian) & astilbe

Siberian iris  brings on the color in spring, with flowers lingering about 4 weeks. Site in full sun to part shade and in various soil types, from dry, to boggy, to clay. Dry soils result in shorter plants. Let seedheads remain for winter interest. Combines well with: daylily, shasta daisy and roses. Hardy in Zones 3 to 9.

‘Perry’s Blue’ Siberian Iris (Iris sibirica ‘Perry’s Blue’)Bulletproof Perennials

Loistokurjenmiekka Gull´s Wing

Loistokurjenmiekka Gull´s Wing