Shade Plants - For Difficult Spots Tough enough to handle shady spots with moist or wet soil, astilbe—instantly recognizable by virtue of its colorful spikes—arrests the eye when grown in clumps, so be sure to divide this perennial once fall comes around again.
Breck’s Filigree Hosta Plant | zulily Crisp and clean, this green and white perennial plant thrives in shady areas, making it perfect for brightening up dark spots in the landscape. With unique funnel-shaped blooms, these plants look lovely in a flowerbed or displayed in a floral arrangement. Includes one bare-root plant Grows to approx. 24'' W x 22'' H Water thoroughly Shade Does not tolerate sun Hardiness zones: 3-9 Imported
Looking for a new plant for your shade garden? Check out the new varieties of heucheras, whose foliage of which has been bred to produce a wide burst of colors, from amber, gold and orange to lime-yellow, red, purple, brown and even black.