Are parts of your garden in the shade? Don't panic! We have advice on which plants can thrive in the shade.
We often hear stories about people giving up on parts of their garden/neglecting certain areas because they don't have the knowledge of which plants can thrive where. On the description of all our plants we let you know exactly where each plant is best suited in terms of how much sun it requires to thrive.
If you have shaded areas in your garden, here are the plants that will thrive in the shade: Floribunda Roses are great for shady spots, there's no denying that roses do better in full sun. However, floribunda's are known for the masses of blooms they produce therefore although they will not produce as many blooms as they would do in full sun, they will still provide a wonderful display in partial shade. Vinca's, which are available in purple and white, they have a long flowering period and are evergreen. Hydrangea's love the shade and produce masses of boasty blooms, available in blue, white, red and pink. Castor Oil's are very shade tolerant and we have two varieties of those, common and Spider's Web. Heuchera's are a great low growing addition to a shaded area and come in a variety of colours, Cherry Cola, Binoche, Paris, to name a few.
We hope this blog helps to bring you out of the dark, quite literally :).
Team One Click