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Top 10 Shade Perennials

October 13, 2013

This coming year I will have to figure out what to plant in a mountainous yard that is densely packed with trees.  There is very close to NO full sun.  That means lots of bulbs since they bloom before all the leaves cover up the sun for the season.  And in addition to that it means lots of shade perennials.  So here is my list of the top ten shade perennials!

Cheers,

The UNgardener

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3 Comments
  1. You WILL figure it out! Get out there and get dirty!

  2. We have lots of hellebores at the bottom of our garden, beneath the trees, and their flowers are beautiful at a time when everything else is inactive. SD

    • I will definitely be planting some of them in my new TOTALLY shady yard in PA… LOL… thanks for stopping by!!

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