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. - Gardening Daily
Gardening in the Shade: Annual Plants for Shady Areas
impatiens Grow impatiens flowers in well-drained soil enriched by humus. Although impatiens flowers can, with sufficient water, be grown in partial sun in northerly regions, their great virtue is that they thrive in the shade.
No shade garden is complete without astilbe. These rugged perennials thrive in moist shade, providing you with a summer's worth of big, bold, frilly flower heads. And even when not in bloom, the plants' mounded, fernlike foliage is worth the price of admission. Heights vary by variety but most types grow 2-3 feet tall. Astilbe flowers come in white, red, pink, orange, and violet, and generally start to appear in late spring and early summer. They thrive in a rich, loose, organic soil. Zones…