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www.missouribotanicalgarden.org/gardens-gardening/your-garden/help-for-the-home-gardener/advice-tips-resources/visual-guides/annuals-for-shade.aspx

wishbone flower. Annual Plants feature two-toned snapdragon like flowers in white, blue, rose and purple. Plants do well in containers, hanging baskets and beds. Attracts hummingbirds. Some of the hybrid series such as Summer Wave® and Catalina® appear to be more heat tolerant. Sun: Part shade to full shade

www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?pid=100

Gardens shaded by trees and buildings are increasingly common as gardens get smaller. Although north- or east-facing gardens can be cool and shady for much of the year, they can present some creative opportunities with well-chosen shade -tolerant plants. White flowers such Anemone brighten up shade ...

savvygardening.com/drought-tolerant-shade-perennials

Drought tolerant shade perennials. Ajuga (aka Bugleweed) – Ajuga is a very versatile plant and can grow anywhere from sun to shade. It's a cute little ground cover that get brilliant purple spikes of flowers in the spring. It's a great plant to grow in between stepping stones because it can take light foot traffic. Ajuga comes in ...

newengland.com/today/living/gardening/shade-loving-plants

Nov 1, 2017 ... These ten shade-loving plants are great for sprucing up even the darkest corners of your garden with foliage and flowers.

www.lowes.com/projects/gardening-and-outdoor/plant-a-shade-garden/project

Less overhead foliage in springtime allows flowering bulbs, such as tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, and snowdrops to flourish. Caladiums and certain varieties of lilies are perfect for summer. When everything is in place, fill in the bare spots with colorful shade-loving annuals, such as impatiens, begonias, and coleus.

www.gurneys.com/product/shade_wildflower_mix

Turns shady spots into glorious drifts of wildflowers. Includes a wealth of America's most loved meadow flowers: Columbine, Bellflower, Shasta Daisy, Chinese Houses, Coreopsis, Forget-Me-Nots, Larkspur, Sweet William, Purple Coneflower, Baby's Breath, Candytuft, Snapdragon, Monkey Flower, Baby Blue Eyes, Poppy ...

www.sfgate.com/homeandgarden/pickoftheweek/article/Shade-loving-flowers-give-garden-a-touch-of-blue-2373796.php

Apr 29, 2011 ... I know there isn't such a botanical category as "blue shade," that is, plants that add the color blue to shady spots in our gardens, but there should be. Everyone has shade, and blue is one of the most enduringly popular flower or foliage colors. It's natural to think of sun-loving plants such as delphiniums, ...

www.countryliving.com/gardening/garden-ideas/g4294/plants-for-shade

Apr 18, 2017 ... Part shade means it doesn't get more than three or four hours of direct sunlight daily. Some sun-loving plants will tolerate a bit of shade, and some shade plants can handle a little sun, especially if it's in the morning. (Ask your nursery or read the plant tag to find out whether a plant you've fallen in love with ...

www.provenwinners.com/learn/sun-shade-or-perhaps-something-between

After all of our reading we are attributing this to a blight of some kind. To say we were sick would be another understatement. I am a floral designer and flowers are my love to say the least. All of my pots and hanging baskets are beautiful, but of our impatiens, gone. What can we plant under the tree's that will get part shade  ...