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Add softness to the wet areas shady areas in your landscape with 'Deutschland Astible'. Bountiful white plumes atop dark green foliage.
Perfect perennial for shady spots! This low growing plant has green foliage that makes the vivid lavender pink flowers pop. Fluffy flowers will bloom throughout summer.
A good choice for shady wet areas. Heart shaped leaves that are a handsome silver color. This variety is more disease resistant than older cultivars.
The foliage makes this plant stand out from a crowd. The silver gray leaves with deep veining provide interest in shaded areas and stream banks. In early spring little blue flowers pop up that are reminiscent of forget me nots.
A good choice to accent wet shady areas with nice blue green foliage. Stays compact only getting 1 foot tall and the same wide. Its an evergreen so interest will be maintained throughout the year.
A wonderful native tree for shady wet areas that doesn't get too big. Nice dark green foliage in summer with great fall color of reds, oranges, purples, and yellows.
A slender shade tree that has nice light green foliage and beautiful yellow fall foliage. This tree tolerates wet and dry soils. This tree is attract to several different types of moths including being the host plant for Luna Moth. Black walnut tolerant.
Bright red foliage will mature into a deep mahogany color. Coming out of the lobed leaves are the pretty red stalks that hold the light pink flower.
Big deep red blooms give these plant a tropical feel but it is cold hardy. This is a more compact cultivar only getting 2-3 feet tall and 1-2 feet wide.
A large leafed Hosta with a maple leaf pattern of dark green outlined by chartreuse. Great for shady moist locations.
A great plant to provide some electric color to any shady spot. Boasts variegated yellow green and lime green foliage on sturdy tapered leaves.
A great plant for shady areas! Beautiful variegated foliage with slender leaves that slowly taper to a point. This particular perennial has a nice upright mounding habit giving it a little more height than some other hostas.
Add some interest to those hard to plant shady spots with this hybrid hosta. Deep green corrugated foliage will give you garden texture and in early summer small lavender flowers will give a dash of color.
A large native shade tree that will get to be 70-90 feet tall. Large recognizable leaves adorn this tree along with stunning yellow and orange flower from which the tree was named.
A distinctly Monarda flower but it ruby red. This compact version will still be heavily desired by pollinators but be able to fit in any garden!
A great shade tree not only for ornamental but also wildlife and pollinator value. Matures into a rounded form with picturesque drooping branches. Beautiful fall color adds to the beauty of this native tree.
This native spirea is good for naturalistic landscaping, rain gardens, or as an informal hedge. Produces nice white spikes of flowers. This plant prefers moist soil. Grows to 4 feet tall and wide. The butterflies love it and the deer dont!