Bleeding heart

By August 10, 2017Articles

Bleeding heart

By Liz Baessler Shade plants are an invaluable addition to many gardens and backyards. While sun-loving plants sometimes seem innumerable, plants that thrive in the shade are special, and they’re necessary for almost every gardener who has at least some dappled or even dense shade to work with. Keep reading to learn more about growing shady zone 9 plants and shrubs, and picking out the most common zone 9 plants for shade gardens. Plants and Shrubs That Grow in Zone 9 Gardens Here are some of the most common shade-loving zone 9 plants: Ferns – Millions of years old, ferns are the definition of an old standby. Usually native to forest floors, they thrive in shady spots. While ferns come in a huge range of species and varieties, some good ones for zone 9 include: Autumn fern Holly fern Bird’s Nest fern Button fern Sword fern Ghost fern Log fern

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