As gardeners, we love our plants and want plants the will survive and thrive in our garden. By choosing the right plants for your shade garden, the shady area of your garden can become your favorite. Also, a shady garden can mean fewer weeds because of less light.
How to Choose Shade Plants for Your Garden
When choosing your shade plants, remember that with a lower light level it makes things appear smaller. While creating your garden border, you want to go deep and go bold with your plant choices. You want to look for bright plants that vary in both shape and leaf textures.
Adding Color to the Shade Garden
Make it Shine with Silver
Say Hello to Yellow
Yes, you can have a great looking garden with shades of green. When going for a monochromatic look, it is essential to vary tones, texture, and leaf size. Think of all those incredible hostas! See Natorp’s Hosta Collection
At Natorp’s, we make finding the perfect shade plant simple with our online plant library where you can search for shade-loving plants by color preference. Click Here to find your perfect shade plants!
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