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

Are you in desperate need of storage space but don't have the budget to buy or build a new shed? Read this tutorial to learn how to build a shed for free.

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from bobvila.com

15 Plants for Where the Sun Don't Shine

Hardy, shade-loving flowers bring beautiful blooms even to those parts of your backyard that receive little sun.

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from MorningChores

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

Do you have a large shaded area in your garden that looks "dead"? Here are 26 of the most beautiful plants that grow in shade.

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Perennial-- Penstemon Strawberries & Cream. Oblivious of drought or rain, resists slugs & other pests, positively thrives in most soil conditions in containers or borders, sun or part shade and propagates painlessly! Attracts Bees And Butterflies, Drought Tolerant, Flowers For Cutting/Drying, Pest Resistant, Suitable for Containers. Blooms June to November often longer. Unfussy on soil conditions as long as it well-drained. Full sun or partial shade.

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Perfect for a shady spot: Erythronium 'White Beauty'. Discover how to grow it at http://www.gardenersworld.com/plants/search/name/Erythronium/

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from Better Homes and Gardens

Shrubs for Shady Spots

Shrubs for Shady Spots: Sumac, Azalea, Rhodie, Camellia, Kerria, Hydrangea, Pieris, Summersweet, Serviceberry, Mountain Laurel, Daphne. Lower front yard and along north front fence!

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The native wood spurge, very tough evergreen Euphorbia for any shady conditions including the dry soils right under trees. Green leaves and yellow flowers in Summer. Useful addition to the woodland border.

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