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Helleborus 'Peppermint Ice'. 2' tall by 2' wide. Tough, reliable & long-lived shade lovers - Hellebores tolerate poor soil, clay, drought & marauding deer. Rutgers Deer Resistance Rating: A = Rarely Damaged. Blooms winter through spring.

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Fuchsia 'Gartenmeister' The combination of dark burgundy foliage and bright salmon, firecracker flowers make this fuchsia a staple in annual containers.It performs well with minimal care. Combine with lighter colors such as variegated Impatiens for eye-popping contrast or dark foliage with orange accents such as bronze sweet potato vine and tuberous begonias for a monochromatic design. Full to part shade Moderate water needs Fertilize at least once a month Grows 18-24" tall 24" wide

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A Winter Shade of Pale

Hellebores by Marian McEvoy, wsj: Sometimes known as 'Christmas Rose' or 'Lenten Rose', these elegant, shade loving perennials which are long lasting and low maintenance are captivating stars of early spring gardens. Openly worshipped overseas, Hellebores are still something of a cult secret in America. http://www.hellebores.org/hellebores.html #Perennials #Hellebores

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Outdoors centerpiece arrangement in purple and green fall tones.

Summer Wave® Large Blue - Wishbone Flower - Torenia hybrid

Wishbone Flower 'Summerwave Blue' Torenia - A great choice for semi-shade container gardening. Look really close and you will be able to see a tiny wishbone inside each flower.

Hypertufa

Perfect Flowering Plants for a Shade Garden

Hellebores are one of those rare flowers that love the shade. These beauties bloom in late winter or early spring, and provide a pop of color to an otherwise monotone green shade garden. - The Handyman's Daughter