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5 Herbs That Grow Well in The Shade

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Stunning Shade Garden Design Ideas

Get More in Less Space_Grow vines to add an extra layer of color to your shade garden. Smaller vines, such as clematis, are often happy to scramble up the trunk of small- to medium-sized trees. Bigger vines are ideal for covering a wall or creating a privacy screen. Test Garden Tip: Three of the best vines for shady spots are Dutchman's pipe, climbing hydrangea, and Virginia creeper.

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Create a Fall Garden Retreat

Japanese maples turn an eye-popping, fiery hue in fall. Great as container trees, they can be moved where you want.

Red Maple Tree/ATTRACTS: Goldfinch. Likes wet, moist soil. Great for low lying woodlands. Plant with mixed trees or shrubs. Best to buy from local dealers.

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Must-Grow New Perennials for 2013

It’s dark purple maple-shape leaves make the ‘Midnight Marvel’ Hibiscus stand out in your garden. More must-grow new perennials:

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Garden Plans for Shady Spots

Better Homes and Gardens colorful garden plan for partial shade

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Best White Flowers for Your Garden

Sweet autumn clematis is sure to fill your entire garden with its sweet scent at summer's end.