Shade annuals:  alyssum, begonias, browalia, coleus, 4 o'clocks, impatiens, lobelia, pansies, snapdragons.

Gardening in the Shade: Annual Plants for Shady Areas

Shade annuals: alyssum, begonias, browalia, coleus, 4 o'clocks, impatiens, lobelia, pansies, snapdragons.

26 Beautiful Plants That Grow in Shade

25 Gorgeous Shade-Tolerant Plants That Will Bring Your Shaded Garden Areas to Life

gardens for shady areas | Shade Loving Flowering Plants for a Woodland Garden or Shady Area

Shade-Loving Flowering Plants for a Woodland Garden

Spruce up that shady spot in your yard by planting a few of these shade flowers. You can have a low-maintenance flower bed with flowers that require no sun! Plant your favorites including bleeding heart and fuschia.

Shade Flowers That Will Make You Forget the Lack of Sun

Spruce up that shady spot in your yard by planting a few of these shade flowers. You can have a low-maintenance flower bed with flowers that require no sun! Plant your favorites including bleeding heart and fuschia.

Purple Flowering Groundcover - Campanula Portenschlagiana - a plant that grows in less-than-ideal conditions and has long-lasting foliage. Plant care info is on the post - via Northern Shade

Purple Flowering Groundcover - Campanula Portenschlagiana - a plant that grows in less-than-ideal conditions and has long-lasting foliage. Plant care info is on the post - via Northern Shade

Making the Most of Shade: How to Plan, Plant, and Grow a Fabulous Garden that Lightens up the Shadows

Choosing Plants for Your Shade Garden

Making the Most of Shade: How to Plan, Plant, and Grow a Fabulous Garden that Lightens up the Shadows

Gardening in the Shade: Annual Plants for Shady Areas

Gardening in the Shade: Annual Plants for Shady Areas

Don't let gardening in the shade be daunting. Try planting some of these annuals that thrive in the shade.

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.

15 Plants for Where the Sun Don't Shine

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.

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