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A classic hosta, June, complements a garden ornament. With it are the shiny little, ground hugging leaves of European wild ginger (Asarum europaeum,and the arching stems of variegated Solomon's seal (Polygonatum odoratum 'Variegatum'.

Love all the hostas. Shade Gardening

This is what I would love to see in the front of my house, and between Erins and my houses-dotted with some flowering perennials! - Shade Gardening - Flower Beds and Gardens

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Accent your plantings with sculpture, posts, globes - whatever.  Shade garden with hostas, heuchers, ferns.

Shady Backyard Retreat

Put spiky plants next to mounding plants. Marry big-leaved plants with small-leaved ones. Combine contrasting colors that brighten each other. Accent your plantings with pots, globes, colored bottles, sculpture—

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Supplies needed: Sprayer that attaches to hose 1 cup of Listerine Mouthwash (original) 1 cup of Epson Salt 1 cup Ammonia 1 cup Ajax Dish soap (lemon)

Different types of Hosta by shauna

Hostas are one of the most popular and versatile perennial plants you can have in your shade garden. As foliage plants, they offer an unmatched range of patterns, colors, and sizes and their leaves. Here are some tips for buying and growing hostas.

plant combos, A few of my favorite plant combinations last summer around the golf course garden, The narrow leaved Hosta is called Spritzer, I think. The plant tag is under two feet of snow and I'm going from memory. But the yellow in the leaves echoes the Hakone grass nicely.  , Gardens Design

Beautiful shade border -- The narrow leaved Hosta is called Spritzer, I think. The yellow in the leaves echoes the Hakone grass nicely.

Shade Garden: Pick Interesting Materials.   Look past the plants and consider making hardscape elements the focal point of your shade garden. For example, a path mulched with dark wood chips becomes a stunning focal point when surrounded by white-variegated bishop's weed, ornamental grasses, or golden groundcovers.

Stunning Shade Garden Design Ideas

Gorgeous container and plant combination

Lynn's garden in Wisconsin

Lovely shaded area of the yard - really like the idea of incorporating pots in borders - Gardening Daily

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hostas, i have hostas (lots of them) why don't they look this amazingly awesome?

Planting Combination: On the top left is Hosta 'Sagae'. Below it is lime colored Hosta ' Blaze of Glory'.  With tiny white flowers in the centre is Corydallis ochroleuca. Peaking out from the lower right is Heuchera 'Delta Dawn'. Bending over the whole group is a Japanese Maple Acer palmatum 'Peaches and Cream'. from Three Dogs in a Garden

Planting Combination: On the top left is Hosta ‘Sagae’. Below it is lime colored Hosta ‘ Blaze of Glory’. With tiny white flowers in the centre is Corydallis ochroleuca.

Consider planting a hosta bed next to the shed.

Design Lessons from a Minnesota Shade Garden

A delightful view from deck thanks to a wonderful collection of colorful hostas. While some gardeners think hostas are boring, you can create brilliant plantings like this by pairing varieties with different leaf colors, sizes, and variegation patterns.

Lovely Shade Garden - ferns, tiarella, heuchera, hostas, japanese maple...

READER PHOTOS! John's design in Virginia

Lovely Shade Garden - ferns, tiarella, heuchera, hostas, japanese maple...

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