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Full Shade

Full Shade: no more than 3 hours of direct sunlight every day!

Determining how much sun or shade your garden receives is key when deciding to plant a new flower bed or purchase plants. Some plants prefer full sun while others thrive in partial shade or even full shade. Full Shade is defined as a maximum of 3 hours of direct sunlight every day. There are plenty of beautiful perennials, annuals or shrubs to choose from that will thrive in these conditions and help you create stunning garden beds and borders.

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A Pretty Spring Border Idea with Hellebore, Siberian Bugloss and Grasses

Showy and long-lasting, Hellebore 'Green Corsican' looks terrific when combined with the airy blue blossoms of Brunnera macrophylla (Siberian Bugloss) and the bright gold foliage of Hakonechloa Macra 'Aureola' (Hakone Grass).