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    perennials
  • (perennial) lasting three seasons or more; "the common buttercup is a popular perennial plant"

  • A perennial plant

  • (perennial) lasting an indefinitely long time; suggesting self-renewal; "perennial happiness"

  • (perennial) recurring again and again; "perennial efforts to stipulate the requirements"





    shade
  • Cover, moderate, or exclude the light of

  • Darken or color (an illustration or diagram) with parallel pencil lines or a block of color

  • relative darkness caused by light rays being intercepted by an opaque body; "it is much cooler in the shade"; "there's too much shadiness to take good photographs"

  • Screen from direct light

  • represent the effect of shade or shadow on

  • shadow: cast a shadow over











shade perennials - Red &




Red & Gold Skippy Hardy Viola 35 Seeds- Shade Perennial


Red & Gold Skippy Hardy Viola 35 Seeds- Shade Perennial



VIOLA: The viola plant belongs to the violet family. The viola is most generally a blue-violet color or may be cream colored. When in bloom, the viola plant will almost overpower the color of its leaves and stems, giving the appearance of sea of violet-colored flowers blowing in the breeze. Viola also has a delicate scent.
Red & Gold Skippy Viola: The improved qualities of this stunning viola are its flower size and flower colors that exemplify the freedom of bloom. The large, 1 1/2-inch round flowers appears to be a pansy, but it is a true viola. The colors on its bloom were designed by an artist, with its ruby red with violet red shading below the golden yellow face. Note the unique penciling or "whiskers" in the yellow face. These are an attribute of violas.
The AAS judges noted that the strong, dense plant which exhibited heat tolerance as well as cold tolerance when given moderate protection. These two traits give this viola a long blooming season. When mature, these gorgeous plants will spread about 8 inches and remain dwarf to about six inches. They are used as border plants, in mass plantings and are excellent container plants.










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Perennial geranium (t184)




Perennial geranium   (t184)





Perennial geranium. Evergreen Flowers in spring. After flowering prune hard and it will usually provide a second flush of flowers. Prune again in early september and it will provide a tight sphere of evergreen foliage all winter.











Perennial wallflower




Perennial wallflower





Of course, all wallflowers are perennial but they are usually treated as biennials as they go woody and leggy if left. So do these (so wonder if perennial wallflower is marketing hype?) but they do respond to pruning.









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shade perennials




White Tower Toad Lily 10 Seed-Tricyrtis-Shade Perennial






Tricyrtis hirta x ` White Towers' [White Towers toad lily]


White towers has stiffly upright stems that form a good tight clump reaching only 12 to 14 inches in height. Foliage in on the lighter side of green and blooms are snow white having contrasting showy stamens in each center. A small yellow ring is at the bottom of the throat in each blossom. The blooms are numerous and this toadlily blends well with almost any other fall-blooming shade perennial.

Tricyrtis hirta, the Japanese Toad Lily is probably one of the most unique flowering perennials available! Commonly known as Toad Lily, it has the ability to bloom in shade from late summer to early fall. It features small, lily-like flowers with white to pale lilac flowers that have heavy purple spotting. Sometimes also called Hairy Toad Lily because all parts of the plant are hairy! Be sure to plant it where they can be easily observed at close range, because the beauty and detail of the small flowers becomes lost at a distance.
This woodland plant has a Smilacena like leaf stem, leaves and habit but with very interesting flowers. Flowers are incredibly fascinating and unusual. Shade to semi-shade in humus-rich soil.
A wonderful group of perennials that bloom very late and brighten up late summer and dreary fall days. A must for almost every garden.
Hardy in zones 4-9.










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