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Tired of planting the same thing every year for shade? Try these unique ideas.

Hostas and Yews are dependable standbys for shade, but there are many alternatives you may not have considered yet. Calycanthus, Itea, Tiarella and Coleus light up shady landscapes with their colorful foliage and fragrant blooms. Here are ten different shade plants you can use to give your clients’ shade gardens a little more spunk. Try pairing them with the unique shade planting partners suggested with each item.

'Enchanted Indigo'

Learn about new Proven Winners perennials to utilize in sun and shade conditions.

Do you have a shady spot in the garden?

Is your garden growing in full sun? If so, you'll need to select Proven Winners Perennials that thrive in six or more hours of direct sunlight each day. Here are some colorful ideas to keep your garden blooming from spring through fall.

If you are lucky enough to live in a part of the country where winter means it never freezes, then you are a lucky gardener!

Learn which perennials thrive in shade.

We’ve got you covered!

Learn about drought tolerant perennials.

New plants are the life's blood of any plant company and our outstanding new varieties are sure to find homes in your garden.

Flowers come in many colors and many forms.  One often overlooked type are flowers that feature more than one color.  These Bicolored blooms can be a great addition to any garden.

It seems simple, plants are either annuals or perennials.  Right?  Well, it gets a bit more complicated than that.  Annuals, perennials, shrubs and trees are the most common types of plants, but biennials and temperennials are available too.

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