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20 Great Perennials to plant in the shade

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Perennials are herbaceous plants whose tops usually die back to the ground in winter while the roots live on underground. Here are 20 that love the shade!

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Many varieties available. You could easily create an entire garden with nothing but hostas.
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Comes in many colors.
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Among the most versatile, easy-to-grow perennials for home gardens.
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Subtly lovely plants for shady gardens.
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A dramatic foliage plant for mild to warm climates; produces broad clumps of huge, lobed, toothed leaves up to 6' across.
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