Is there anything more prized in the South than ample summertime shade (apart from college football teams, of course)? Hot and dry, hot and humid, cold and wet–you’ve got it all depending on where you live. You need plants that’ll perform well, give you little grief, and add color, texture, and form to shady spaces. Here are 7 shrubs for part shade (by which we mean they get sun for half the day and shade the other half).
Not sure what kind of shade? Here’s ahandy postthat spells out the various shade light conditions.
If you have questions or need a recommendation for a specific spot, do leave a comment below!
Brilliant red-purple fall foliage color lasts into winter to make this a standout in the landscape. Slender clusters of fragrant white flowers add to the multi-seasonal show from this award winning plant. Carefree native, perfect in woodland and wildlife friendly gardens. Partial shade to full sun. Reaches 5 to 6 ft. tall and wide. Deciduous. Zone: 5 – 9