What kind oof flowers grow good in the shade or not much sun?

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  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Feb 17, 2018
    shade annuals....non-stop begonia,new guniea impatients,caladium,coleous,torenia,forget me nots, bonfire begonia, columbine Fuchsia,....perennials....Lirope,bleeding hearts,heuchera,hosta,ferns,
  • Impatiens, hydrangeas, lily of the valley, violets, bleeding heart...those are a few that come to mind.
  • Ili Ili on Feb 17, 2018
    all depends in which planting zone you are and what amount of sun or not you get there....all those choices are great..
  • Jewellmartin Jewellmartin on Feb 17, 2018
    Vincas, rose of Sharon, clover. ☺️
  • Ellis Ellis on Feb 17, 2018
    Phlox divaricata (woodland phlox) , true hardy geraniums, torenia (wishbone flower), alyssum, astilbe, coral bells, begonias. Also the fancy leaved plants like heuchera and heucherella, which have small flowers, but the leaves are the show, as well as coleus and caladium. Then there are always the old reliable hosta (which come in thousands of different sizes and colors, and which do get a small flower for a few weeks each year), and the various ferns (Japanese painted fern, etc.) and groundcovers like lamium maculatum, which are white and green leaves with pink, purple or white flowers. Daylilies might be okay if you have dappled sun with some shade.

    In shrubs, there are many, but I love Hydrangea serrata Blue Billow, which is very shade tolerant and grows in zones 5 to 9, and Kerria japonica, which is bright green with yellow flowers in spring, zones 4 to 9, and the stems are attractive in winter.
  • Fiddledd224 Fiddledd224 on Feb 17, 2018
    You need to make a visit to the local nursery and see what they are selling since they sell what grows well in your region. Then read the plant markers on each plant to see whether they grow in full sun, filtered sun or shade.
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