Asked on May 5, 2017

WHAT IS FLOWERING THAT WOULD BE GROWN IN SHADY RAISED FLOWER BEDS

Mcc5370320Holly Kinchlea-BrownJanet Pizaro
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  • Susan Savarese
    on May 5, 2017

    How about impatiens? I love their colors and they grow so fast and spread out quickly.
  • FL
    on May 5, 2017

    Alyssum, impatiens, lobelia, marigold and daylilies. Have fun!
  • Janet Pizaro
    on May 5, 2017

    Foa annujals...new guniea impatience,non-stop begonia,calidium for color and texture,coleus for color and texture.For perennials...bleedinghearts,astillbe,for color and texture heuchera and hosta
  • Holly Kinchlea-Brown
    on May 5, 2017

    You don't say what zone you live in and whether you want annuals or perennials. Astilbe (perennial) comes in many different colours and heights and will tolerate/prefer low light and looks great amongst host as and ferns. Begonias will al so provide beautiful colour but depending where you live you might have to lift the bulbs before winter.
  • Mcc5370320
    on May 5, 2017

    Tuberous begonias are gorgeous (annuals). Hostas are great anchors, do have blooms eventually in the season and will survive winter. There are many varieties of both. Look through the perennials at the garden store for light requirements. There are a few.
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