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Under magnolia tree◾Hostas tolerate shade. ◾Hostas are low maintenance. ◾Hostas have a 3 season presence. ◾Hostas blend beautifully with other perennials, annuals, trees, and shrubs.

Red Stonecrop (Sedum Spurium Schorbuser Blut) is a very attractive border plant that does not mind the shade and can be used as ground cover under trees and shrubs forming an expansive red carpet. Its star-shaped red flowers stand out from its beautiful dark green, slightly red leaves. Flowers absolutely anywhere. Another advantage of these plants is that they suppress the growth of weeds

Red Stonecrop (Sedum Spurium 'Schorbuser Blut') Zone: 3 to is a very attractive border plant that does not mind the shade and can be used as ground cover under trees and shrubs. Another advantage of these plants is that they suppress the growth of weeds.

Pick three plants. Repeat. You cant go wrong. That looks beautiful!!!

A beautiful border garden - The yellow spikes of the red hot poker (Kniphofia) add nice contrast. Lavender cotton (Santolina) and daisy bush (Brachyglottis syn.

Hostas....love the different shades here.

Contrasting hostas - beautiful for adding color variety to a deep shade yard

A lovely combo of ferns, impatiens and birdhouses

A lovely combo of ferns, impatiens and birdhouses. Maybe by Forest Pansy Redbud and Maple tree or by Redbud tree on north side of den

I LOVE THIS!!!! perennial border...tips for making your garden more interesting

Solar Garden border at Great Dixter, a house in Northiam, East Sussex, England - photo by Jonathan Buckley; Allium hollandicum ‘Purple Sensation’ with Campanula patula and Erysimum allionii in the Solar garden at Great Dixter

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This is what I would love to see in the front of my house, and between Erins and my houses-dotted with some flowering perennials! - Shade Gardening - Flower Beds and Gardens

Astilbe lined drive.  Edith Wharton's estate in Lenox, Massachusetts.

Astilbe refined grace for perennial borders shade garden along with Hostas and Ferns Lush deeply cut foliage is attractive for the entire season, colored from green to bronze rich moist soil and partial shade blooms early summer

Dwarf Japanese Cedar - Monrovia -Slowly forms a dense dome 2 to 3 ft. tall, slightly wider; 4 to 8 ft. tall with age. W

Cryptomeria japonica 'Globosa Nana' Dwarf Japanese Cedar - Monrovia -Slowly forms a dense dome 2 to 3 ft.

different hostas create texture and variety in color

Hostas are easy to grow, shade tolerant, herbaceous perennials. Hostas are grown mainly for their beautiful foliage. by maryanne

Hostas are great for planting under trees where grass will not grow. by roslyn

Hosta-Easiest way to make an impressive shade garden. Go pick different varieties of hosta from your local garden center. If they don't have you are at the wrong place. Arrange in the shade with tall in the back & correct spacing. Watch them grow.

Traditional Landscape Design, Pictures, Remodel, Decor and Ideas - page 18

landscape by Glenna Partridge Garden Design hostas, ferns and grasses - shade gardening

The Dwarf Burning Bush is one of the most colorful shrubs out there.  A brilliant, fire-red illuminates off the shrub, catching everyone’s eye. The best part about this shrub is the colorful display that will last for months!  Not only does the shrub have great fall color but in the spring and summer it is covered in a beautiful shade of green.  While the color adds great appeal to the Burning Bush, there are many other attractive qualities. This no maintenance, no headache shrub is easy to…

Dwarf Burning Bush: Pruning and Planting Tips

The Dwarf Burning Bush is one of the most colorful shrubs out there. A brilliant, fire-red illuminates off the shrub, catching everyone’s eye. The best part about this shrub is the colorful display that will last for months! Not only does the shrub have

Woodland Garden: A curvaceous pea gravel path directs the visitor through the woodland garden located at the back and back side of the house. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Meandering green path through a dappled grove: use UC Verde grass & clover & low rainfall pasture mix? Then drought tolerant shade natives for miniature gardens throughout the grass path.

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