What flowers like only morning sun, mostly shade?

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  • Shore grandmom Shore grandmom on Mar 03, 2018
    Check with your local nursery. They should be able to help you find what you need for your area. Where I live, I have found that Vinca flowers work for me anywhere. They come in many colors. Begonias seem to rot and Impatiens seem to get leggy (lots of stem, not lot of flowers). Geraniums seem fickle for me, some times they do good, some times not. Dahlias usually grow good for me and they also come in many colors. Pansies look good for most of the summer, but Vincas are really my go to for color. They are the ones that I can think of, I haven't started to think about what I'm going to do I my garden yet. Good luck. Happy Spring.

  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Mar 03, 2018
    annuals ....Fushia,non-stop begonia, bon-fire begonia, new guinea impatience,coleous,caladium,Torenia,

  • Patty S Patty S on Mar 03, 2018
    Huechera (coral bells), Azaleas, Rhodadendrons, Hydrangeas, Impateins, all succulents, blue salvia and many others that you can find at your nursery. The plant tag will give you this information. Annuals, include Geraniums, Petunias, panzies, snap dragons, marigolds (they will grow anywhere), Impaciens, Many others , these are for starters.

  • Amy Amy on Mar 03, 2018
    Variegated plants work very well these are the ones that are usually green with a yellowish tint to them. You can actually get some that are evergreens. Hostess or a perennial they are fast growing it looks like a peace lily plant show me a purple blooms some of white blooms. Elephant ears are shade loving plants as well allow plenty of room for them as their leaves are very large. Good luck with your flower bed talk to the flowers they understand you if they're having problems they will let you know don't overwater shade-loving plants Lowe's and Home Depot have large selections a blooming annuals and blooming perennials

  • Sally Sally on Mar 06, 2018
    Wow! Thank you one and all! Such helpful hints, now stop me from planting too early! May is about right for Kansas!

  • Lisa S. Lisa S. on Mar 06, 2018
    Coral bells, Astilbe , lily of the valley, clematis vine , day lily Hosatas