#11 Ferocious Ferns
Many fern types grow great in the shade. Use them to accent your undergrowth.
#12 Resting Greens
Create a unique gardening space in the darkest of spots. Small bushes and greens that don’t need much sun will easily fill up a flower bed. Add some color with small flowers and blooms to make your greens pop.
#13 Colorful Brush
Leaf plants are the most popular in shade gardening. They need low light to grow into their gorgeous colors.
#14 Shade Garden with Statue
You can also dress up your garden with something that requires no sunlight at all—fixtures. A neat statue layered in your greenery will turn a patch of the ungrowable garden into a unique space.
#15 Layered Flowers
In between your bursting leaf plants, throw in a breed of bursting flowers like in this example below. These flowers will likely bloom in bushes and be planted in bunches like most low light flowers.
#16 Sunless Herbs
Of the herbs and weeds that grow in nature, a lot of them don’t need a lot of direct sunlight. Highlight your shade garden with colorful herbs to create a naturally growing brush.
#17 Greener Grass
Wild grasses and clovers love the shade! Find some grass plants you like and let them grow wild in your shade garden. The result can be a garden that looks like a patch transplanted to your home from a forest.
#18 Under the Tree
You can keep a singular theme in your shade by keeping the same leaf plant species. The hosta is one of the most popular leaf plants. It produces gorgeous large dark green leaves with bright green highlights.
#19 Blooming Bushes
There are few bushes that blossom into beautiful accents, and you want them in your shade garden. Highlight your shade with colorful flowers that will burst from your greenery.
#20 Overgrowth Shade Gardening
Some bushes love the shade and will continue to grow into beautiful blossoms. Even in the shade, you can have a variety of plant life.