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A lone tree begs to be underplanted. You can
be a lot more creative than simply surrounding
it with Ivy, Pachysandra or Vinca. Here, Caladiums
are the scene-stealers. (Actually, we prefer
their common name, "Rainbow Plants," because
no two leaves are ever identical. They add lively
color to shaded areas.) Astilbes heighten the
red and pink color emphasis. Hostas and Ferns
provide long-lasting foliage contrasts.
This garden is a delight in any shady location,
with or without a tree. Fills approximately
100 sq. ft. with color and elegance all summer
Garden contains 24 plants.
| A) Anchusa Azurea
|| B) Caladiums, Mixed
|| C) Fern, Lady
| D) Hosta, White
|| E) Lily-of-the-Valley
|| F) Astilbe, Red
This collection includes:
Azurea (3), Invaluable in summer gardens for
their rich and intense blue flowers. Early summer
flowering lasts for weeks. .
B Mixed Caladiums (6), Provides
a continuous display of beautifully patterned,
heart-shaped foliage from summer to frost..
C Lady Fern (3), Great for
shady, moist areas where other plantings fail.
Lacy fronds are excellent in floral arrangements,
a perfect contrast to colorful blooms..
D White Edged Hosta (3), Dramatic
broad emerald leaves with a splash of white at
the edges. Lavender flowers..
E Lily-of-the-Valley (6), Clusters
of fragrant, delicate white bells on 8-10" stems
appear in mid to late spring amid emerald green
F Red Fanal Astilbe (3), Mound-shaped
perennials with fernlike foliage produce dozens
of soft feathery scarlet red flowers on 20-40"
tall spikes in late spring to early summer..