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Stunning in Shade

Shady gardens can enjoy pops of color, too! From fantastic foliage plants to flowers, there’s a plant for every exposure in your outdoor living space. Here’s some of our favorites to try.

 
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Bounce Interspecific Impatiens
Exciting new shade alternatives offer the habit and flower count of Impatiens walleriana, but they’re resistant to downy mildew and thrive in sun and shade. Even better, the well branched plants bounce back like magic after wilt without losing blooms or buds.

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Marquee Coleus
Superstar colors and unique leaf forms steal the spotlight in your garden. Plants shine in small containers, or fill the landscape with texture and color. Late-flowering varieties work in the sun, too.

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Kong Jr. Green Halo Coleus
Kong Jr.’s heart-shaped leaves are 30% smaller than Kong’s, but just as stunning. Performs well in landscapes, patio planters and mixed containers. Adds unique colors and patterns not available in Kong series. In deeper shade, vein pattern is stronger and rose may appear in the mahogany heart at midrib.

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Carnival Heuchera
Heat-tolerant villosa hybrids come in incredible, high-impact colors. Nice mounding habits make great displays. Excellent shade container components.

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Whopper Begonia
Whopper produces extra-large flowers up to 3 in. (7 cm) across from spring through fall. A must for creating 50 MPH drive-by color! Big, vigorous plants have excellent heat tolerance.

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