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Shade plants

SHADE PLANTS

Do you also have such a place in the garden where it is quite dark? Usually weeds grow in such places earlier than other crops. The perennials selected by QFB Gardening in this group feel at home in dark, cooler places. This way you have less maintenance and you can enjoy the perennials in the shade plant group.

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Planting shade plants

The shade plants are a real godsend for the dark, bare spots in the garden. These plants are only too happy to brighten up the dark spots! TIP! make sure the soil gets a little extra nutrition. It is possible that the soil in dark places is not always in optimal condition. If you want to plant them in a lighter place in the garden, no problem, these plants also bloom in lighter conditions! 

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Astilbe Arendsii 'Fanal'
Astilbe Arendsii 'Fanal'
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Dicentra spectabilis
The Bleeding Heart (Dicentra spectabilis) is a thankful perennial that blooms all spring. It got its name from the elegant heart shaped flowers. This variety combines beautifully with the well-known lily of the valley (Convallaria...
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Arisaema speciosum
Arisaema speciosum
This extraordinary cobra lily (Arisaema speciosum) is native to the Himalayas, Tibet and Nepal. This exotic perennial is a member of the Arum-family. The Arisaema speciosum flowers in May and June. The hood-like spathe is around 15 cm...
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Planting shade plants

The shade plants are a real godsend for the dark, bare spots in the garden. These plants are only too happy to brighten up the dark spots! TIP! make sure the soil gets a little extra nutrition. It is possible that the soil in dark places is not always in optimal condition. If you want to plant them in a lighter place in the garden, no problem, these plants also bloom in lighter conditions!