another example of a beautiful shade garden, flowers, gardening, outdoor living, Plant Combination Brunnera Jack Frost left with Heuchera Silver Scroll in the foreground and Hosta Fire and Ice in the upper right
The bio-bowl Forest World terrarium series is comprised of crystal clear, high quality glass bowls showcasing a miniature landscape of ferns,
Perfect for a shady spot: Erythronium 'White Beauty'. Discover how to grow it at
Three Dogs in a Garden: Joe's Garden: Part 1. A mix of perennials including several hosta, a Brunnera, a Heuchera and a Pulmonaria.
{ Dryopteris erythrosora 'Brilliance' }  Easy-to-grow fern. Newly unfolding fronds have a beautiful orange color, aging to deep green while still maintaining the orange color. Striking in shaded or woodland gardens, formal or informal. Evergreen.
Stumpery, maybe some lanturns with candles on them??
Tiarella & Brunnera Plant Combination These two will form quick and easy groundcover in partially shaded spots. Equally good for front of border positions, lining a woodland path, or underplanting trees and shrubs.
Euphorbia thrives in the difficult conditions commonly found under big trees.Upright spikes of lime green flowers emerge in spring and persist through early summer. The bright flowers show up well above the dark glossy foliage. In better conditions it makes a good all-year-round evergreen background to woodland plants or other shade lovers. Sun exposure: Partial shade, Shade. Soil: Well-drained/light, Acidic, Chalky/alkaline, Moist. Hardiness: Hardy
Turn a shady spot into a lush, thriving garden with plant picks and design ideas for a shade garden from the experts at HGTV Gardens.
Wild Ginger (Asarum canadense) and Brunella - simple vignette
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Shade Loving Flowering Plants for a Woodland Garden or Shady Area
Woodland Plants That Bloom in Dappled Light Under Trees
Goat's Beard (Aruncus dioicus) is an excellent choice for a background plant in a border or woodland garden. Spreads slowly by rhizomes to form attractive patches.