Tired of trying to grow grass in the shade? Consider using shade tolerant groundcovers instead.
Pachysandra is a traditional favorite with glossy evergreen foliage and white fragrant flowers in spring. Try interspersing this groundcover with other shade tolerant perennials for a more informal look.
Ajuga, also called bugleweed, has green, bronze or variegated leaves topped with blue flowers in spring. Interplant with hosta to double the foliage appeal.
The quick spreading Canadian ginger is a good choice for dense shade.
Lamium is tolerant of dry shade once established. The variegated foliage helps to brighten the shade. The white, pink or mauve flowers last from late spring through early summer and sporadically throughout the season.
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