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Shaded Flower Bed Ideas. If you've got a shady area, these plants will be perfect. If the fence is facing west or southwest, you can use the other side for plants that like a little afternoon shade, opening up even more plant possibilities.
Celebrated for its large, sculptural leaves, 'Bronze Peacock' Rodgersia pinnata thrives in a part-shade location with wet soil, such as a water garden or the edge of a shady pond. Photo of a mid-sized farmhouse shade side yard flower bed in Boston. Thankfully, there's been an explosion of shade perennials on the market and your shade garden can be as colorful and varied as any full sun border.
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Part shade means it doesn't get more than three or four hours of direct sunlight daily.
Jack-in-the-pulpit (Arisaema triphyllum) is sure to inspire you if you like plants that are a bit out of the ordinary. Flower beds are a lovely way to showcase seasonal colors and textures. See more ideas about flower beds, plants, planting flowers.
Shaded Flower Bed Ideas
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