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Plan for the future when you are old and cannot do gardening (or you are lazy right now, but like nice exteriors. This is the easiest scenario: Hydrangeas and Hostas..

Front yard landscaping for next summer. ashleyryen Front yard landscaping for next summer. Front yard landscaping for next summer.

Hostas are great for planting under trees where grass will not grow. by roslyn

Hosta-Easiest way to make an impressive shade garden. Go pick different varieties of hosta from your local garden center. If they don't have you are at the wrong place. Arrange in the shade with tall in the back & correct spacing. Watch them grow.

Crazy for hostas

Shown: When a lawn runs right up to the base of a tree, mowers and string trimmers can damage the trunk. Ringing the tree with shade-tolerant hostas safeguards the bark and creates a focal point in the yard

EBB TIDE Hosta: 20x40 - Diploid - Medium Growth Rate - Upright vase shapped sport of Montana Albamarginata

EBB TIDE Hosta: - Diploid - Medium Growth Rate - Upright vase shapped sport of Montana Albamarginata

Francee Varigated Hosta

'Patriot' Hosta - Bought this many years back for Mother's Day. This is not a large hosta.

Shade

traditional landscape by Glenna Partridge Garden Design The combination of hostas, ferns and grasses in this photo provides layers of texture that create visual interest, even though there are no blooms. This would work beside your patio.

Use Flowering Shrubs        We typically think of perennials such as hostas for shade gardens -- but don't forget about the wide selection of flowering shrubs to pack your shady spots with color, texture, and height. Here, a variety of azaleas and rhododendrons provide a big spring punch, and their evergreen foliage keeps the garden looking good in winter.        Discover more shade-loving shrubs in Plant Encyclopedia.

Stunning Shade Garden Design Ideas

Use Flowering Shrubs to pack your shady spots with color, texture, and height. Here, a variety of azaleas and rhododendrons provide a big spring punch, and their evergreen foliage keeps the garden looking good in winter.

hosta | Hosta 'King Tut'

Hosta 'King Tut' from The Hosta Helper

New Hosta Heavy Duty  very strong plant deep corrugation on leaves garden plant

New Hosta Heavy Duty very strong plant deep corrugation on leaves garden plant

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