• Scentuous Shade garden
  • Sarah Price, Battersea Park, Thrive
  • Solomon's Seal thrives in and out of the ground. Florists love this plant because it lasts a long time in water, but gardeners go for it because it tolerates dry soil once established and sprouts dainty white flowers in the spring. All images courtesy of Norfolk Botanical Garden
  • Ostrich Fern is a tough perennial that loves moist, shady spots. Try more of our favorite flowers for wet soil: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/flowers/perennials/flowers-for-wet-soil/?socsrc=bhgpin061614ostrichfernpage=10
  • Green, lush and shady
  • One of our favorite shade perennials is now blooming! Tiarella has unique foliage and looks stunning while in bloom!
  • 'Bottle Rocket' - Ligularia hybrid - Perennial that does well in shade. Zones 4-9
  • Winning the Battle: Perennials That Thrive in Shade | Proven Winners
  • Well, I have all these plants.... They just aren't in the same order. :) Well actually, they're in disorder.
  • Green, lush and shady
  • Path through shade garden
  • Brighten Shady Spots-Let in the light with shade plants that shine like high-wattage stars. Brian brightens a hillside planting of native bracken ferns with a swath of 'Patriot' hostas. Their big wavy leaves with wide white margins are like lights in the woods. Massed, 'Patriot' delivers high impact
  • great plant combination--brunnera, ferns, grasses
  • Front yard shade garden inspiration - add piece of art like a bench or bird bath to creates a focal point in a shade garden
  • Backyard, Amazing Backyard Landscapes for Small and Large Yards: Green Backyard Landscapes
  • traditional landscape by Glenna Partridge Garden Design