Plants In Shade - Knowledgebase Question

Vacaville, CA
Question by gramps5
April 24, 2000
We have a bed in the front of our home and it gets very little sun in summer and none in the winter. We would like to plant some things that stay below the window and have color. What can you recommend?


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Answer from NGA
April 24, 2000

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Mostly shady conditions will suit pansies, lobelia, impatiens, hosta, senecio, lamium, clivia, calceolaria and bleeding heart. Be sure to amend the soil with organic matter prior to planting to help it hold moisture - most shade loving plants appreciate rich, moist soil.

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