In the Shade Path Garden stands Iris pallida variegata with its white and green punctuating foliage among the broad leaved Hosta and billowing forget-me-nots (Myosotis)

Baker Baker Elliott Has this bloomed yet? "In the Shade Path Garden stands Iris pallida variegata with its white and green punctuating foliage among the broad leaved Hosta and billowing forget-me-nots (Myosotis)"

Bunchberry (Cornus canadensis), corn lilies (Clintonia borealis) and lady ferns (Athyrium filix-femina). Bunchberry, also known as creeping dogwood, is a North American native that grows up to six inches tall and spreads indefinitely. Its white flowers/bracts appear in late spring or early summer and are followed by attractive red berries.

GROUND COVER Bunchberry (Cornus canadensis, USDA Hardiness Zones a few corn lilies (Clintonia borealis, Zones and lady ferns (Athyrium filix-femina, Zones

White astrantias with birch tree, ferns, and Siberian iris (try with feathery fennel and white foxgloves)

White astrantias with birch tree, ferns, and Siberian iris (try with feathery fennel and white foxgloves) leuk met varens tussendoor

cimicifuga, brunnera, sweet woodruff- A wonderful planting for a shade garden.

Cimicifuga, Brunnera and Sweet Woodruff: a wonderful planting for a shade garden. – Great plants for shade, but be careful, sweet woodruff is VERY invasive and difficult to get rid of once planted!

Hostas & Wild Ginger....

21 Ideas for Beautiful Garden Design and Yard Landscaping with Hostas

Hostas ‘Blue Splendor’, ‘Moon River’ wild ginger - a beautiful combination for a shade bed. You know I LOVE Hosta

Front landscape bed; day lilies' salvia, sedum, mini shasta daisy, burning

My front landscape bed finally started blooming! In front of rocks were pink phlox but the bunnies ate them.

FRONT GARDE WOODED AREA - great style for areas where height is needed towards the back of this part of the garden. Great combination of specimens and good tall planting in parts.

(burgandy spears) Dactylorhiza elata, (yel stock) Rogdersia , (Ostrich Fern) Matteuccia struthiopteris and (purple) Iris siberica SHADE garden.

Great use of texture and color in the shade garden. * Heuchera 'Bella Notte',  Polygonatum 'Double Stuff', Hakonechloa macra

Beautiful shade border - Japanese forest grass, heucheras (coral bells), ferns, solomon's seal - for outside front window beside porch

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