Even if you don’t have sunlight in your outdoor space, don’t despair. There are lots of beautiful plants that require some shade.
In the pots above are Red Giant mustard, pansies, petunias and Red Russian kale.
Mophead hydrangeas, red tuberous begonias, coleus wizard sport, black mondo grass and creeping jenny are mixed in this container.
Various coral bells with their pretty delicate leaves.
Cast Iron plant, caladiums, impatiens, asparagus fern, variegated English ivy and creeping fig.
A mixture of coleus and impatiens.
Coleus, wire vine, euphorbia, lysimachia and petunias fill this pot.
Cordyline, elephant ear, anthurium, tuberous begonia, and ivy.
Coleus, verbena, fan flower, Joseph’s coat, calibrachoa, and petunia.
A varied pot of elephant ears in this pot.
10 Annuals For Shade:
- Sweet potato vine
- Sweet Alyssum
10 Perennials For Shade:
- Toad lily
- Old-fashioned bleeding heart
- Coral bells
The best plants to plant in the shade depends on a variety of factors, including your soil type and your geographical location (overall temperature, moisture, etc.).