9 Shade-Loving Flowering Plants For Your Garden

11 June 24



Hostas are well-known for their lush foliage, but they also bear spikes of pretty flowers in pink, lavender, and white.

Bleeding Heart

In a shady spot, these plants' heart-shaped flowers make a charming display as they dangle gracefully from arching stems.


Astilbes add texture and colour to shady areas with their feathery plumes of flowers in shades of pink, red, white, and lavender.


Lungworts are prized for their pretty leaves and the blue, pink, or white flowers they bloom in early spring.


Purple, blue, yellow, and pink are just a few of the colours Colombia produces in its distinctive spurred flowers, which grow well in partial shade.


Pollinators are drawn to your garden by the spires of tubular flowers that these graceful, tall plants produce in shades of pink, purple, white, and yellow.

Japanese Anemones

Japanese Anemones produce single or double pink and white flowers in late summer and early fall.


Native to the woodlands, trillium plants have characteristic three-petaled flowers that can be white, pink, purple, or red.

Toad Lilies

Prized for their unusual orchid-like blooms that add interest to shady areas, toad lilies bloom in late summer and early fall.

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