25 Full Shade Plants that Will Look Great in Your Yard – Do you have a shaded area where nothing seems to grow? Adding a pop of color to dark areas is easier than you think. Here is a list of 25 full shade plants that will look great in your yard.
Bunchberry -- full shade Cute little white flowers cover the plants in spring. The real fun comes in autumn, when bright red fruits adorn the petite plants. The leaves also develop festive shades of bronzy-purple.
Coarse basal foliage in combination with striking flower spikes add an intriguing element to the landscape. Spiky bicolor white and purple blooms typically appear in mid-summer, from June to August. FOR SHADY AREAS (POSSIBLY) FRONT AND BACK.
Great shade perennials such this groundcover 'Silver Beacon' Lamium, can do well with little sun. It has delightful flowers and gives a bright white contrast in gardens. Find out about more excellent shade plants for your garden.