USEFUL TIPS FROM Art That Grows

Plant for Sun & Shade – 15 Recommendations

Useful Landscaping Ideas, Tips and Best Practices concerning landscape and garden design, xeriscape and hardscape design, construction, installation and maintenance in the Dallas and surrounding  North Texas area. For more information, call 214.987.0006. 

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Plant for Abundant Color and Bloom

Art That Grows would like to put a smile on your face every-time you step outdoors! Spring is here and we're ready - and still able - to update the annual color for your home.

 

For shade to partial shade, we recommend Hydrangea, Begonias, Caladiums, Coleus, Impatiens, Ferns and Hibiscus.

 

Hydrangea-shade
Hydrangea-shade
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Begonia - Partial shade to full sun
Begonia - Partial shade to full sun
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Caladium - Shade to  partial sun
Caladium - Shade to partial sun
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Coleus - Shade to partial shade
Coleus - Shade to partial shade
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Impatiens Shade to partial sun
Impatiens Shade to partial sun
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Hibiscus - Partial shade to full sun
Hibiscus - Partial shade to full sun
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Ferns - Shade to partial sun
Ferns - Shade to partial sun
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Angelonia - Sun
Angelonia - Sun
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Dianthus - Sun
Dianthus - Sun
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Lantana - Sun
Lantana - Sun
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Pentas- Sun
Pentas- Sun
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Periwinkle - Sun
Periwinkle - Sun
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Potato Vine - Sun to partial shade
Potato Vine - Sun to partial shade
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Salvia - Sun
Salvia - Sun
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Vinca - Sun
Vinca - Sun
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For sun, the plants are: Angelonia, Dianthus, Lantana, Alyssum, Penta, Periwinkle, Potato Vine, Salvia, and Vinca.

Our spring planting runs from  April 20 thru May. Please let us know your plant choices and color preferences. We are also glad to help you with that decision.

Let us add spring and summer color to your landscape so that every time you step outside your home brings a smile to your face with an  email to Mark@ArtThatGrows.com or call to Art That Grows at 214-987-0006.