If your gorgeous garden has shade spots, consider it a blessing for diversity. It may seem easier to find full sun plants at the nursery, but there are several beautiful shade plants that you can add to those shady areas of your garden.
Perfect for small gardens, Astilbe chinensis 'Vision inferno' (Chinese Astilbe) is a compact, clump-forming perennial boasting cream to blush pink flowers held in dense plumes. Blooming in mid to late summer, each plume consists of hundreds of densely packed tiny flowers opening in succession for a long-lasting floral display.
Try growing astilbe for beautiful, showy flowers that do well in a shady garden bed. This perennial has feathery flowers that sit about the fern like foliage in a majestic way. These tips will show you how to grow astilbe and bring color to your shady perennial garden beds.
This Hosta and Astilbe Shade-Loving Garden Collection With 14 Plants is an easy and lovely way to dress up any partial sun or shady spot in your garden for years to come. These shade garden favorites are perfect for lining pathways, creating a transition from lawn to woodland or beneath spreading shade trees. They even thrive in containers, making them ideal for adding a natural touch to a deck, patio or covered porch. Your set of 14 bare-root plants arrives ready to go right into the garden…