Mostly Shady

DRACENA

Dracaena is a  popular houseplant that tolerates a wide variety of growing conditions. It is grown primarily for the upright, with strap like foliage that is either green or variegated. Occasionally the plants set clusters of small, fragrant, white blossoms (but rarely indoors). The small, bushy form of young plants suits mantels, tabletops, and desks. …

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ASPIDISTRA ‘Cast Iron’

Shade tolerant and totally adaptable, Aspidistra offers abundant groundcover and grows well when planted under trees that cast shade. Basically, this plant is your solution to adding color back to your shaded areas. It’s thick, deep green foliage provides depth when added to flower gardens or grown indoors.

CALADIUM

Caladiums combine colorful arrowhead-shape leaves with easy growing requirements to star in containers and shade gardens from early summer until frost. Plant them in part shade or where they will receive filtered sun; bright sun can scorch their leaves. Pair caladiums with ferns, hostas, and other shade perennials in the landscape. They thrive in containers …

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