Shade plants - Knowledgebase Question

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Question by peasee
March 9, 2009
What kind of plants can I get for a section that is in the shade most of the time. A 4' x 6' space.

Answer from NGA
March 9, 2009
Some of the easiest care plants for shade are Texas natives. Here are a few to consider:

Cardinal Flower; Inland Sea Oats; Cedar Sage Beautyberry; Lyre Leaf Sage Mountain Sage; Pigeonberry Thoroughwort; Prairie Phlox Purple Winecup; Red Columbine White Winecup; Violet Katie Petunia; Turk's Cap River Fern. Some more traditional shade loving plants include hosta, foxglove, lobellia, and impatiens. Enjoy yoru garden!

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