Featured Plants

 

Elegant Allegheny Spurge

Got dappled shade? Then try Allegheny spurge. This clump-forming groundcover has fantastic foliage to lighten up tough garden spaces, as well as cinnamon-scented springtime flowers that beckon gardeners to spend a little more time taking it easy in the shade.

 

Fantastic Foamflower: A Springtime Show in Shade

Looking to fill a shady spot with easy-to-care-for drifts of color? Try foamflower! This tough but dainty beauty works in just about any level of shade to give you waves of color that’ll awaken your woodland garden each spring!

 

Great Groundcovers for Dense Shade

If you’ve got shady spots in your yard, chances are you’ve got room for these great native groundcovers. Not only do they love shade, they’re pretty drought-tolerant, can take care of themselves and are gorgeous to boot!

 

Wild About This Splendid Ginger

Looking for a great shade groundcover (or a neat little perennial to pop into your garden)? Try a splendid ginger! This tough, reliable evergreen brings interest to small spaces (or even containers). Learn more about how this Chinese wild ginger can prove its merits in your shade garden.

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