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The Best New Shade Perennials for 2014

The Best New Shade Perennials for 2014

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Hosta ‘Whirl Wind’ in full shade. A very beautiful hosta. by luella

Hosta ‘Whirl Wind’ - Leaf colour changes continuously throughout the season - In spring, the leaf centre is creamy white with greenish veining, then turns light green by midsummer, and finally dark green in late summer. Unique growth habit with the pointy

Red Stonecrop (Sedum Spurium Schorbuser Blut) is a very attractive border plant that does not mind the shade and can be used as ground cover under trees and shrubs forming an expansive red carpet. Its star-shaped red flowers stand out from its beautiful dark green, slightly red leaves. Flowers absolutely anywhere. Another advantage of these plants is that they suppress the growth of weeds

Red Stonecrop (Sedum Spurium 'Schorbuser Blut') Zone: 3 to is a very attractive border plant that does not mind the shade and can be used as ground cover under trees and shrubs. Another advantage of these plants is that they suppress the growth of weeds.

Name: Hosta ‘Curly Fries’ Growing Conditions: Shade, Partial shade Size: 6–8 inches tall, 12–16 inches wide Zones: 3–9 Source: Walters Gardens

The Best New Shade Perennials for 2014

Curly Fries HostaIn midsummer, ‘Curly Fries’ develops spikes of lavender blue flowers. Name: Hosta ‘Curly Fries’ Growing Conditions: Shade, Partial shade Size: inches tall, inches wide Zones: Source: Walters Gardens/Great Garden Plants

Phoenix Perennials - E-Newsletter

Hosta Lakeside Paisley Print - zones Height 10 Spread 20 Full-Part shade Heart-shaped leaves with very wide, wavy, green margins. Narrow, creamy white markings in center of leaves shoot out from cream colored petioles in a feathery pattern.

13 Plants That Give You Bang for Your Buck  Perennials  Maiden Grass   "This grass forms a light, airy four-foot-tall mound and grows really well in otherwise tough and dry sites.

13 Plants That Give You Bang for Your Buck

Miscanthus grass picture - also known as Maiden grass - 13 Plants That Give You Bang for Your Buck Perennials Maiden Grass "This grass forms a light, airy four-foot-tall mound and grows really well in otherwise tough and dry sites.

Raspberry Sundae Hosta

Raspberry Sundae Hosta (Zones: 3 to - This hosta features bright green leaves with heavy snowy white variegation topped off by rich red petioles. Great in containers or any shady spot. Hosta 'Raspberry Sundae' coming April

remember me hosta - Summer color - from gardensdirect.com

Hosta 'Remember Me' Gave this hosta to my aunts and uncle when my mom passed

10 Container Gardening Ideas | Petunias and Sweet Potato Vine

Sweet Potato Vine, with wave petunias and a dwarf Alberta spruce on my driveway last summer, they were beautiful!

Juniper Lime Glow. A low growing evergreen good for small places and adding color. Turns a coppery bronze in fall through winter. Will look awesome with a blue juniper or spruce. Add in some dwarf nandina firepower (no more than 3 ft tall and wide) that turns and stays red through winter and you'll have a beautiful, interesting all season evergreen garden.

Juniperus horizontalis 'Lime Glow' - Lime glow Juniper Outstanding golden color even in hot dry conditions. Moderate grower to 1 foot tall, spreading to 4 feet wide.

Hosta 'Vulcan'	Dark green borders surround white centers, lit up by golden-yellow streaks. Pale-lavender flowers on white scapes in mid- to late-summer.

Hosta 'Vulcan' Dark green borders surround white centers, lit up by golden-yellow streaks. Pale-lavender flowers on white scapes in mid- to late-summer.

Love This hosta!

Grow a Lush Shade Garden With Hostas These leafy perennials are showy, shade tolerant, and a cinch to grow

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