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 Cascading Shade Plants?

Answer Cascading plants can be low to the ground and cascade over a walkway, driveway or window box. Alternately, some shrubs have flowers or branches that arch and blossom with hanging flowers or feather... Read More »
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Shade Trailing Plants?

Creeping, trailing plants serve a variety of purposes in the garden, acting as ground covers or as a graceful container plants. Though many plants require a full day of sunlight to grow, gardeners ... Read More »
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Privacy Shade Plants?

Create privacy around shaded areas of the garden with shade-loving plants that thrive in dappled to heavy amounts of shade. Grown in a wide range of shapes and sizes, shade plants are ideal as foun... Read More »
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Dwarf Shade Plants?

There are dwarf or miniature versions of many garden plants. Gardeners prefer dwarf plants for use in small gardens, containers and for bonsai. Dwarf shade-loving plants, in particular, are good ch... Read More »
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Large Shade Plants?

Some gardeners would never dream of adding shade plants to their outdoor areas, and tend to favor the many sun-loving plants that require uninhibited light. However, shade can make a garden much mo... Read More »
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