PLANTS THAT LOVE THE SHADE
If you have a yard that is partially or fully shaded, you may feel a bit stuck when it comes to adding color and foliage to your space.
The good news is, there are plenty of beautiful plants that absolutely thrive without direct sun!
Adding a striking allure to your flower garden or any shady area, astilbe flowers boast tall, fluffy plumes that will stand out and above most other fern-like foliage.
Also known as alumroot or coral bells, these plants feature colorful foliage with heart-shaped, rounded or triangular leaves that are either smooth, wavy, or ruffled.
Bleeding heart plants generally grow to two or three feet in height and have up to 20 tiny blossoms on each stem.
These hardy plants grow wildly and are a great addition to any shade garden. These rich green plants are the perfect accent to your other shade plants like the caladium and hostas.
These big heart-shaped leaves come in amazing color combinations like red and green, or pink or white. Caladiums aren't really known for blooms but with their natural leaf beauty, who needs flowers, right?
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