Many of the gardens and landscapes we see featuring loads of color have plants in full sun. Providing color in shade can be done with the right plants and it does not always come in the form of flowers, there are some pretty colorful foliage for shade.
Over at Sunset.com they have put together a list 20 plants to bring color to shaded areas of the garden. Check their list of [20 Colorful Shade Plants]
Shady Garden Plants From gardeners.com
Kathy LaLiberte for gardeners.com also has 10 shady plants they recommend as well. They have pictures for each plant that grow well if you have a garden that doesn’t get too much sun light.
It will give your garden a little better visual excitement also. Each plant has a small description of how to grow it properly. Click on the link below for details:
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What To Do This Month - September
Every month there are things to do in the garden and September is no different. However, the garden is not just veggies but flowers, lawns and greenhouse.
As the season changes the - garden - is a wonderful place to hang out with lots to do! Find out what to do at: September Gardening To Do List: Flowers, Veggies Lawn and More