As a primarily leafy plant, hostas do best in damp, shady conditions. Some are as small as 4 inches in length, while the longest are over 6 feet.
Begonias, of which there are hundreds of species, are often found in hanging baskets or scrambling up walls. These plants have a broad environmental tolerance.
Depending on the species, they prefer full sun to partial shade, so before planting them in your shady garden, double-check the species you've selected.
If you're searching for a stunning and lively addition to your garden, this is it. Incorporate toad lilies into your garden.
The common primrose, Primula vulgaris, prefers full shade. Depending on the type, the height and width of primaries vary from 6 to 20 inches.
This annual is one of the few plants that can flourish in total shade. They can attain heights between 6 and 30 inches and widths between 1 and 3 feet.
These gorgeous blossoms provide a romantic touch to any garden and are shade-loving and low-maintenance. Use well-drained soil for your perennials in your spring garden.
The stems of this spring-blooming plant are adorned with long, blue-purple flowers. It can grow up to 3 feet tall depending on the species.
If you're looking for a low-maintenance perennial, go no further than Heuchera, often known as Coral Bell. It will work in any amount of light, from full shade to bright sun.