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Fargesia A non running clumping bamboo thats evergreen and fast growing. Depending on the variety can range from 6-8' to 12-18' tall. Did I mention its shade tolerant AND deer resistant? Beautiful soft texture complements other shade loving broadleaf and needled evergreens well.

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Athyrium 'Ghost' ~ Beautifult ferns for shade gardens, hardy and it tolerates dry, shady conditions.

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from Gardening Know How

Shade Tolerant Grass: Learn About The Best Grass Seed For Shade

~ Grass Seed For Shade: What Grass Grows In Shade - Grass doesn’t like shade. If you have a lot of shade trees or other low light conditions in your yard, you’re never going to have a lawn. It’s as simple as that. Or is it? Learn more here. repinned by

from Better Homes and Gardens

Shrubs for Shady Spots

Shrubs for Shady Spots: Sumac, Azalea, Rhodie, Camellia, Kerria, Hydrangea, Pieris, Summersweet, Serviceberry, Mountain Laurel, Daphne. Lower front yard and along north front fence!

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from Diy & Crafts Ideas Magazine

15 Excellent DIY Backyard Decoration & Outside Redecorating Plans 1 Window for flower boxes

allium, salvia, grass - Love the different purples, heights, textures and shades of a color.

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from A Way To Garden

slideshow: 10 great groundcovers to rely upon

Groundcover- Low-growing, shade-tolerant grass, Hakonechloa macra 'All Gold,' with shiny European ginger, Asarum europaeum, gold Heuchera ‘Citronelle,’ painted fern and Hosta 'June.'

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GREY AND PURPLE; Lambs ear and salvia.great combination....it creates a "watercolor" look to the garden.

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Blue Star Creeper is a fast growing sun to part shade ground cover-- I should have thought of this instead of Irish moss for the shady side.

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from Home Wizards

Ground Covers – Walkable and Worthy Alternatives to Grass

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from Gardening Know How

Shade Tolerant Grass: Learn About The Best Grass Seed For Shade

Grass Seed For Shade: What Grass Grows In Shade - Grass doesn’t like shade. If you have a lot of shade trees or other low light conditions in your yard, you’re never going to have a lawn. It’s as simple as that. Or is it? Learn more here.

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