Shade garden plants - A mix of perennials including several hosta, a Brunnera, a Heuchera and a Pulmonaria. threedogsinagarden.blogspot.com

A mix of perennials including several hosta, a Brunnera, a Heuchera and a Pulmonaria.--Three Dogs in a Garden: Joe's Garden: Part 1

hostas in containers with white impatiens dispersed throughout...

shady spot under fur tree: hostas in containers with white impatiens dispersed throughout.

contrasting hostas. Love how clean looking this yard is!!

Contrasting hostas - beautiful for adding color variety to a deep shade yard

We've paired our popular Emerald Isle Hostas with the native Lady Fern, Athyrium filix-femina. They make a stunning starter garden for shade and will be drought tolerant once established. Each collection includes four varieties of Hosta, five plants of each, plus six Lady Ferns. 26 bareroot plants total, labeled. They will cover approximately 66sq ft.

Starter Shade Collection

Perennial Shade Garden Plans For Shade Loving Perennials, Perennial Shade Plants. Hosta's and Ferns

Grow a Lush Shade Garden With Hostas

Grow a Lush Shade Garden With Hostas

Hosta REINFORCE NEARBY FOLIAGE -- Tucked under a tree, this planting extends the bed to the variegated shrub nearby. The mostly white variegated hostas reinforce the shrub's foliage colors.

Hostas and Lamium

shade plants for my shady yard.Lamium, Hosta - Lamium is an amazing ground cover that can fill a bed in one or two seasons - pink or purple flowers

Plants for shade - Hostas ‘Blue Splendor’, ‘Moon River’ wild ginger - a beautiful combination for a shade bed.

21 Ideas for Beautiful Garden Design and Yard Landscaping with Hostas

Plants for shade – Hostas ‘Blue Splendor’, ‘Moon River’ wild ginger – a beautiful combination for a shade bed. Plants for shade – Hostas ‘Bl

The perfect   hosta spot!  Want to get the best-looking hostas? It all starts with finding the right balance of sun and shade for your cultivar.

Hostas

The perfect hosta spot! Want to get the best-looking hostas? It all starts with finding the right balance of sun and shade for your cultivar. What a beautiful garden.


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