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There is no reason why you shouldn’t enjoy
the color and beauty of gorgeous perennials
in areas where beds are shaded from the sun.
There are many delightful varieties of shade-loving
perennials which can be combined to create beds
of elegance and charm, provide a long season
of floral beauty, and yet won’t require constant
This garden features eight varieties of perennials
with a total of 29 plants designed to blend
together beautifully in an area of approximately
50 sq. ft. While our basic design shown is an
oval planting, the same coordinated perennials
may be arranged in a variety of different ways
to fit your planting area.
This island bed looks attractive from every
direction. Low-growing edging plants, including
colorful Hardy Primrose, cheerful “everblooming”
Violas and nodding Lily-of-the-Valley rim the
perimeter. Majestic, bushy Bleedeing Hearts
accent the center. Anchusa Azureas provide a
splash of bright blue while the exotic-looking
Toad Lily provide intermediate height. And,
as a finishing touch, there are charming Cyclamen.
Garden contains 29 plants.
|A) Bleeding Heart,
|B) Toad Lily, Matsukaze
||C) Cyclamen, Hardy
|D) Viola, Yellow
|E) Primrose, Mixed
|F) Viola, Molly
|G) Anchusa Azurea
This collection includes:
Bleeding Heart (2), Long, arching sprays drip
with dozens of inflated pink heart-shaped flowers
with dainty white tears. Adds a distinctive touch
to shady areas during its mid to late spring blooming
B Matsukaze Toad Lily (3),
C Hardy Cyclamen (3), Numerous
exotic rose-pink flowers appear on 4-6″ stems
in late summer to early fall. Mature plants have
as many as 50 blooms..
D Yellow Perfection Viola (3),
The more you pick, the more they bloom. Hardy,
E Mixed Hardy Primrose (6),
Hardy and care-free. Captivating in borders, beds,
rock gardens or planters..
F Molly Sanderson Viola (3),
Intriguing jet black blossoms with yellow eyes
delight from early spring through summer..
G Anchusa Azurea (3), Invaluable
in summer gardens for their rich and intense blue
flowers. Early summer flowering lasts for weeks.
H Lily-of-the-Valley (6), Clusters
of fragrant, delicate white bells on 8-10″ stems
appear in mid to late spring amid emerald green