Plants for Dry Shade. Cyclamen in particular don’t get enough credit, in my opinion. These little plants are unusual and gorgeous!
1. Yew 2. Golden Shadows Pagoda Dogwood 3. May Apple, Podophyllum peltatum which is a native plant. 4. Solomon Seal, Polygonatum 5. ‘Butterfly’ Japanese Maple 6. Astilbe 7. Astilbe 8. Astilbe
Three Dogs in a Garden: A Garden Over Twenty Years in the Making (Part 1) The colors, textures and placements of plants are spectacular.
Purple Garden Door and I love the contrast with the wall and flowers
Hellebore (lenten rose) blooms in the winter/early spring, likes the dark and the damp. The perfect addition to our poison garden! (via ferrebeekeeper)
Judy’s Cottage Garden: How to Plan a Cottage Garden
Brunnera macrophylla Jack Frost. Another plant to pop in shady places. It is primarily grown for the foliage with delicate blue blooms that are welcomed each spring.
vertical gardening private spot in the shade So going to have this one day!
It’s hard to imagine anything more spectacular than this easy-to-grow tropical-looking cobra lily, Arisaema ringens. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Tips for Growing Your Own Herbs #Gardening #herbgarden