Autumn Fern, Japanese Wood Fern or Copper Shield Fern (Dryopteris erythrosora)

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Autumn Fern, Japanese Wood Fern or Copper Shield Fern (Dryopteris erythrosora)

By Mary Ellen Ellis Zone 8 shade gardening can be tricky, since plants need at least some sunlight to live and thrive. But, if you know which plants live in your climate and can tolerate only partial sun, you can easily create a beautiful garden. Growing Plants for Zone 8 Shade While growing plants in the shade can be tricky, zone 8 is a temperate climate that gives you a lot of options. Stretching from parts of the Pacific Northwest, down to Texas and through the middle of the southeast up to North Carolina, this zone covers a large area of the U.S. Make sure you know the specific needs of each plant you choose and give them the appropriate soil and watering level to help them thrive, even in the shade. Some of the common zone 8 shade plants will merely tolerate partial shade, while others will thrive with

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