|I would like to plant a all blue garden and need to find a list of flowers that can grow in a shady area. I have treated the soil for some time with your products and I now feel that I am ready to establish a beautiful blue garden. I would like to know the best fertilizers to use along with the plants you recommend.|
|Some shade-tolerant blue flowering plants include Brunfelsia pauciflora, Myosotis (Forget-Me-Not), Campanula, Ajuga (Carpet Bugle), Virginia bluebells, Jacob's Ladder, Aquilegia caerulea and Pansy. If your garden site gets a few hours of sunshine each day, you can grow the 'Pacific Giant' or 'Dwarf Blue Heaven' delphiniums, caryopteris (blue-mist shrub), Russian sage (Perovskia) and salvia "Blue Hill" or "Blue Queen". Other blue flowered plants include amsonia, larkspur and blue flax.|
You can mulch over the soil surface with compost to provide nutrients to your plants or use a liquid fertilizer diluted according to label directions and sprayed directly on the foliage to help your new plants thrive.