Whether you need shade plants for conditions that are damp, dry or somewhere in between, we have many Salvias and companion plants that are likely to meet your needs. When considering sun requirements for lower-lit parts of the yard, these are the main categories of shade to consider:
Our blog offers planting suggestions to support many combinations of moisture and shade in a wide variety of USDA Cold Hardiness Zones. If you have questions about shade gardening please feel free to contact us.
Sturdy, shade-loving Japanese Salvias are lovely additions to woodland gardens with their lush, large-leafed foliage and delicate-looking flowers in colors including pinks, purples and yellows. They're ideal for bordering shady paths where they invite visitors to pause for close-up views. Flowers by the Sea suggests Japanese species for woodland gardens and organizes them according to their cold hardiness.