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Shade Loving Perennial Plants

Posted by Tammy Sons on

By Tammy Sons

Shade Loving Perennial Plants

Perennial plants are very diverse and they can serve many purposes in the garden. They can be grown as groundcovers, border plants or specimens. They have numerous varieties and some specific ones can be used in tricky areas that do not receive enough sunlight.

A well planned landscape should not have any bare spots and if you have certain areas in your garden that are fully shaded then you can consider growing perennial plants that love shade. These plants will not only cover the bare patches but they will make the entire garden lively and green. It will come alive with lush green perennial plants that are easy to grow and maintain.

Hosta- Hostas are number one on the list of shade loving plants. There are many variegated Hostas available in the market and you can grow them in full to partial shade. They can be used as groundcovers or border plants. They can easily be divided and re-planted in new areas.

Wild Ginger- Wild Ginger is a fast growing perennial plant that does well in shade. It has beautiful glossy dark green leaves. The plant is quite hardy and requires very less maintenance. It thrives well in full shade. Wild Ginger is an evergreen plant and it remains green throughout the year.

Lily of The Valley- Lily of the valley is another wonderful shade loving plant that is quite adaptable. You can grow this plant in partial shade. These perennials produce tiny bell shaped white or pinkish colored flowers in the late spring season.

Jack In the Pulpit- It is a very conspicuous native perennial plant that it is known for its distinct flowers that give this plant an apt name. It can be grown in full to partial shade and it is a wonderful addition to any landscape.

Apart from these shade loving varieties, you can also grow other perennial plants that can tolerate shade. Goat’s Beard, European Ginger, Blue Cohosh, Dutchman’s breeches, Shooting Star, Trillium, Spiderwort and Virginia Bluebells are some great perennial plants that can be grown in shade gardens.

For a successful and thriving garden, it is essential to grow the right kind of plants in the right location so choose your plants accordingly. The best to way to efficiently utilize problem areas in the garden is to grow specific varieties. By growing shade tolerant perennial plants you can convert tricky areas in to an asset. You can find many other varieties of perennial plants for your garden in a reputed online nursery.

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