Rhododendrons are perfect spring-flowering plants for brightening up shady gardens. They succeed in partial or moderate (but not full) shade while azaleas – part of the rhododendron group – will thrive providing they get at least 4 hours or more of direct sun per day.
Star jasmine is the best choice for shady fences (Trachelospermum jasminoides). Other shade lovers are climbing hydrangea (Hydrangea petiolaris), creeping fig and ivy.
Grow passion flowers in full sun to partial shade, in in well-drained soil in a warm, sheltered spot.
Grow Virginia creeper in moist but well drained soil in sun to shade.
Select jasmine cultivars that grow in the kind of shade in your garden. Both madison jasmine (Trachelospermum Jasminoides “Madison”) and Asiatic jasmine (Trachelospermum asiaticum) accept full shade and many cultivars grow in partial shade. Plant the jasmine in well-draining soil.
Asian Jasmine aren’t picky at all about light. They will grow in full sun to shade. So plant and grow it anywhere!
It’s no mystery why trumpet vine (Campsis radicans) is sometimes known as hummingbird vine, as hummingbirds and trumpet vine are an irresistible combination of nonstop color and movement. Trumpet vines are so incredibly easy to grow that attracting hummingbirds with trumpet vines is about as easy as it gets.
Though not as fragrant as its Japanese cousin, the vine’s most popular feature is its clusters of bright red or orange tubular flowers that bloom from late spring to mid-summer, drawing a constant buzz from hummingbirds and butterflies.
Sue, Wisteria is a woody vine. A wisteria ‘tree’ is simply wisteria trained to a standard, or tree-like form.
Floribunda roses are an excellent choice for partial shade areas in your garden. they are known for their sprays of color and the number of blooms they produce. Floribundas may not produce as many sprays as they do in full sun, but expect those pictured below to perform quite well in partial shade.
Grow rambling roses in full sun or light shade where there’s plenty of room to grow.
New Dawn can handle more shade than most roses, but this is a matter of degree. Roses that can survive with more shade still need sun to grow and flower properly. Roses are heavy feeders, so fertilize at the beginning of the season and perhaps halfway through. Do not fertilize in fall.
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