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Dodecatheon meadia

…unusual perennial deserves to be more widely grown in UK gardens. The spring blooms are similar to Cyclamen, with reflexed petals and a lovely deep pink colour, but carried on much taller, 45cm (18) stems. Dodecatheon meadia loves a cool, shady spot where it will add…  More Info

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Brunnera macrophylla 'Jack Frost'

…late spring these are complimented by delicate sprays of blue forget-me-not like flowers. Happiest in a shady position, Siberian Bugloss is perfect for woodland gardens or the front of shady borders where it will slowly spread to form a dense, colourful ground…  More Info

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Astilbe x arendsii 'Look at Me'

Astilbe x arendsii 'Look at Me' will certainly attract attention in shady parts of the garden, where many other plants do not grow well. It is a great option for damp and shady positions, and in the early summer months will produce powder pink feathery plumes on red…  More Info

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Buxus sempervirens

…and respond well to regular clipping for a neat finish. Grow this versatile shrub as a box hedge or prune it to create formal shapes, both for containers on the patio and borders. Box plants also cope well with tricky shady positions in the garden. Height and spread:…  More Info

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Astilbe Censation™ 'Glitter & Glamour'

…Censation™ 'Glitter & Glamour' is a plant well suited to damp areas of the garden, or the edge of a pond. It can grow well in full shade, making it a good choice for a woodland garden, or a shady, north facing cottage garden. Its flower stems can…  More Info

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Hellebore 'Christmas Rose'

…deepen in colour as they age. Set against handsome, glossy foliage, the delicate blooms are some of the earliest to appear in the garden. A stunning addition to shady borders and winter containers that will delight you year after year. Height: 30cm (12). Spread: 45cm …  More Info

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Ajuga reptans 'Catlins Giant'

…Bugle selection has larger leaves and flowers than the original species and has been awarded a prestigious RHS AGM. Preferring partial shade, Ajuga plants are perfect as ground cover in woodland gardens and shady borders and are extremely low maintenance! Height: 50cm…  More Info

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Mimulus x cultorum 'Major Bees'

…markings make a wonderful addition to the summer garden. Also known as Monkey Flower, Mimulus x cultorum 'Major Bees' is a bushy, perennial plant preferring a moist soil, and is perfectly happy growing beside ponds or in damp shady corners of the garden.  More Info

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Box Hedging

…box hedge or prune it to create formal shapes, both for containers on the patio and borders. Box plants also cope well with tricky shady positions in the garden. Your plant will arrive as a sturdy young plant in a 9cm pot, ready for you to grow on and train to your…  More Info

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Primula vialii

Stately crimson-budded spikes of bloom open to lilac, giving the flowers a magical two toned effect. Ideal for damp, shady spots and simply stunning in large groups around bog gardens and woodlands. Their stout erect stems also make superb cut flowers for a pretty posy…  More Info

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Vinca major

Vinca major is an exceptionally tough variety that will flourish in almost any position in the garden, from full sun to difficult shady corners. Periwinkle is a robust, low growing shrub that produces inky blue flowers from April right through until September. Vinca bears…  More Info

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Meconopsis 'Lingholm'

…flowers in a woodland garden or moist, shady border. Height: 75cm (30). Spread: 50cm (20). For the best success with this special perennial the planting soil needs to be neutral to slightly acidic, moist but well-drained and enriched with leaf mould or bulky garden…  More Info

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Wildflowers 'Woodland Shade Mix'

…of wildflowers, that have been selected for their suitability for growing in shaded areas. This makes them perfect for woodland gardens, or in any garden which has a shady area, next to a wall, hedge or fence. Simply scatter the seed and within months,…  More Info

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Clematis 'Hagley Hybrid'

…An excellent hardy perennial for the beginner or for experienced Clematis growers, this compact climber can cope with almost any garden situation including shady and north-facing walls through to bright sunny positions. As for most Clematis, sunshine can cause the…  More Info

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Mahonia aquifolium

…deter burglars and also cats. A Mahonia will spread and is ideal for planting in a shady spot, so a great addition to a woodland garden. Easy to grow and low maintenance, it is an ideal shrub for a beginner to gardening. Height: 1m (39). Spread: 1.5m (59).…  More Info

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Ligustrum vulgare 'Atrovirens'

…in July and August when it produces white flowers followed by small, dark fruit. Although fast-growing, Ligustrum vulgare 'Atrovirens' is suitable for low maintenance gardens and can thrive almost anywhere, whether sunny, shady, warm, cold, sheltered or exposed.…  More Info

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Hypericum 'Hidcote'

…is easy to grow, low-maintenance and ideal for any size garden with any soil type. 'Hypericum make bushy and dense plants that look great with herbaceous perennials, they are ideal for the back of the border and especially good for brightening up a shady spot. Height:…  More Info

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Shuttlecock Fern

…fern makes a fabulous architectural addition to borders, woodland gardens and the edges of ponds. Growing best in moist shady areas, this large fern, also known as the ostrich fern, is superb for tricky damp areas of the garden and is incredibly low-maintenance…  More Info

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Hosta sieboldiana var. elegans

Hostas are the 'go to' plant for shady borders or in pots on shaded patios. Hosta sieboldiana var. elegans is a worthy RHS Award of Garden Merit holder due to it's many features. The Giant Blue Hosta has ridged blue/green foliage which forms a backdrop to the pale lilac bell…  More Info

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Hosta 'Sum and Substance'

…been awarded the coveted RHS Award of Garden Merit (AGM). This bold and beautiful Hosta has huge, deeply corrugated deep green leaves which make a good backdrop for tall stems bearing pale lilac flowers which appear in July. This is the Hosta for a shady courtyard or…  More Info

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