Flowering Plants for Shade or Low Light Areas

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Many gardeners find it tricky to choose the right kind of plants for low light areas in the garden. Due to this shady patches are generally left bare without any plants. However, if your garden is shaded and does not receive full sunlight throughout the day, you can still go ahead and plant some amazing varieties.

Even if your much of your garden area is blanketed with shade you can plant some lovely flowering perennials. They produce beautiful and colorful flowers that can brighten up even the darkest corners.

Hosta Lily – Hosta lily produces white or lavender colored flowers but the plant is more popular for its bright and showy foliage. The leaves are large and blue or green in appearance. They have a beautiful texture. Hosta thrives well in partial to full shade and prefers rich soil that can retain moisture. Interestingly, you have access to send such flowers from online flower shops in Delhi.

Lily of the Valley – Lily of the Valley produces delicate bell-shaped flowers that are fragrant. The plant is relatively strong and can survive in shaded areas. Small white colored flowers are borne on the stems which look very delicate and dainty.

Begonia – Begonia love shade and bear colorful flowers during the blooming season. When they are not flowering, the dense waxy green foliage gives them a striking appearance. Begonia is an adaptable plant that can be also be grown in pots and containers.

Wild Violet – Wild Violet can thrive well even in the darkest spots with intense shade. They produce pleasant smelling flowers that can be blue, purple, pink, white or orange in color. The flowers are edible and sometimes used to decorate desserts.

Jacob’s Ladder – Jacob’s Ladder has bright green foliage and it produces beautiful blue colored flowers during spring and summer season. The flowers are clustered on the stem and the plant does well in partially shaded areas.

Forget Me Not – This plant can be successfully used as a ground cover under taller plants that overshadow it. This plant can tolerate shade and does well in moist soil. The plant bears small five-petaled flowers that are generally blue in color.

Primrose – Primrose comes in many varieties that can be purple, white, orange, pink or yellow in color. Primrose thrives well in shade, creeks, corners and rocky terrains. It can be a beautiful addition to a rock garden.

These are some of the low light plants that can be grown in shaded areas. All these are flowering plants that can make even the dull corners lively with their vibrant flowers. There fragrance is awesome that allure your newly coming guest at your home. They will surely ask where this flowery plant come from. Flowers are really such kind of lovely that connect hearts. Different types of flowers convey a different message to lovers like roses are for love, flowery plants are for decorating the corners of home and to gift at the time of house warming. Newly opened home requires such many items to decorate.

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