WHICH PLANTS TOLERATE DRY SHADE?
A dry shady area is one of the more difficult areas to plant. Here are some suggestions, please take into consideration your Hardiness Zone when selecting plants.
Any of the heucheras, but especially those that thrive in mostly shady area like: 'Citronelle', 'Electric Lime', 'Green Spice', 'Ginger Ale', 'Gypsy Dancer', 'Lime Marmalade', and 'Mint Julep'.
Also heucherellas 'Alabama Sunrise' or 'Tapestry'.
If ground cover is what you need please consider the following: Lysimachia 'Creeping Jenny' or any of the Ajugas.
Any daylily. Yes, these plants do relatively well in shade - many hosta growers mix them in with their hostas.
Kindly note: The launch of our summer products, Hardy Hibiscus and Echinacea, has been delayed until early June, sooner if possible. Thanks for your kind patience!
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