Plants: 64, search for: "shade" (by relevance)

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Latin name Common name Type Description Cultivation Hedging
Calendula officinalis Marigold annual 12ins - 24ins (30cm to 60cm) according to variety. Narrow, pale leaves. Large daisy-like flowers in shades of yellow and orange, spring to autumn. Fully hardy. Sun or partial shade. No
Viburnum tinus shrub 10ft (3m). Evergreen. Oval, dark green leaves. Clusters of pink buds opening to small white flowers from February to May. Poisonous. Frost hardy, -5C. Sun or partial shade, moist soil. No
Phormium "Dazzler" New Zealand Flax perennial 4ft (1.2m). Evergreen. Leathery, sword-like leaves which are bronze with stripes from orange to red. Erect flower stems carrying dark red flowers. Frost hardy, -5C. Sun or partial shade, moist soil. No
Leycesteria formosa Himalayan Honeysuckle shrub 6ft (2m). Deciduous. Oval, dark green leaves. Funnel-shaped, white flowers with red bracts from July to September. Purple-blackish fruits. Frost hardy, -5C.Sun or partial shade. No
Tradescantia fluminensis Spiderwort perennial 2in (5cm). Trailing evergreen. Thick, oval leaves without stems, purplish undersides. Variegated varieties have white stripes lengthwise. Minute pink flowers. Frost tender, 15C. Sun or partial shade. No
Euonymus japonicus "Macrophyllus" Japanese Spindle shrub 12ft (4m). Evergreen. Large, oval, glossy leaves. Small, grenish flowers in summer, followed by round, pink fruit. Poisonous. Frost hardy. Sun or partial shade. Useful for hedging. Yes
Juniperus conferta Shore Juniper tree 6in (15cm). Evergreen. Low, spreading. Aromatic, dark or bluish-green needles. Round, dark berries. Fully hardy. Sun or semi-shade. Good ground cover. No
Elaeagnus pungens "Maculata" shrub 20ft (6m). Evergreen. Dark green leaves, centres splashed with yellow. Sweet-scented, cream flowers in October and November. Orange or red fruit. Frost hardy, -5C. Sun or partial shade. Good for hedging. Yes
Oxalis enneaphylla Scurvy Grass perennial, rock plant 3in (7cm). Bulbous roots. Folded, greyish leaves divided into oval leaflets. Funnel-shaped flowers, white or pink, in June and July. Frost hardy, -5C. Sun or partial shade. No
HYACINTHUS genus Hyacinth bulb c. 4-8ins (10-20cm). Narrow, grooved basal leaves. Scented, tubular flowers on central spike, in spring. Colours include white, pink, red and blue. Poisonous. Frost hardy, -5. Sun or partial shade.. No
Rhamnus alaternus Italian Buckthorn shrub 10ft (3m). Evergreen. Oval, greish, glossy leaves with white margins. Minute, yellowish flowers in May to July, then red,round fruit turning black. Poisonous. Frost hardy, -5C. Sun or partial shade. No
Anthurium andraeanum Tail Flower perennial 30in (75cm). Evergreen. Heart-shaped leaves on long-stalks. Bright red spathes. Poisonous. Frost tender, 15C. Needs light position in winter, partial shade in summer, damp soil. No
Juniper communis "Compressa" shrub 32ins (80cm). Evergreen. Dwarf form. Aromatic, blue-green foliage. Berries ripen from green to blueish, then black. Fully hardy. Sun or partial shade, well-drained soil. No
NARCISSUS genus Daffodil. bulb c. 3-18ins (8cm-45cm). Long, narrow basal leaves. Trumpet- or cup-shaped flowers, in white or shades of cream, yellow. Poisonous. Mostly fully hardy, some frost hardy -5C. Most prefer sun or partial shade. No
HYPERICUM genus perennial, sub-shrub, shrub 2ins-5ft (5cm-1.5m). Deciduous or evergreen. Oval leaves. Bright yellow, cup-shaped flowers in summer and autumn. Half-hardy, 0C to fully hardy. Sun or partial shade. No
Schisandra rubriflora climber 20ft (6m). Deciduous. Twining. Leathery, serrated leaves. Small, bright red flowers from April to May. Pendant red fruits. Frost hardy, -5C. Sun or partial shade, rich soil. Useful for growing against walls. Grow male and female plants for fruit. No
Euphorbia characias subsp. Characias Spurge shrub 5ft (1.5m). Evergreen. Narrow, greyish leaves. Pale, yellow-green flowers with reddish-brown centres in from April to June. Poisonous. Frost hardy. Sun or partial shade, moist soil No
LINARIA genus Toadflax annual, biennial, perennial 6ins-4ft (15cm-1.2m). Narrow or oval, greyish-green leaves. Flowers like snapdragons, in summer. Colours include yellow, pink or purple. Frost hardy, -5C, to fully hardy. Sun or partial shade. No
Alchemilla alpina Alpine Lady's Mantle perennial 5in (12cm). Forms carpet of lobed green leaves, silvery beneath. Yellow-green flowers in summer. Fully hardy. Sun or partial shade. Good ground cover or rock plant. No
SCILLA genus bulb c. 2-18ins (5-45cm). Narrow basal leaves. Flowers are flat, star-shaped, in spring, summer or autumn. Colours include white, pink, purple or blue. Half hardy, 0C. to fully hardy. Sun or partial shade. No
ANEMOME genus Wind Flower perennial c. 2in to 5ft (5cm-1.5m). Some have tubers or rhizomes. Oval leaves divided into leaflets. Cup-shaped flowers, colours include white, pink, blue. Poisonous. Frost hardy to fully hardy. Light or partial shade, humus. No
Chamaerops humilis Dwarf Palm, European Fan Palm shrub 5ft (1.5m). Evergreen palm. Large, fan-shaped leaves with small yellow flowers in summer. Half hardy, 0C. Sun or partial shade. In cold areas can be grown in tubs and overwintered under cover. No
Hydrangea macrphylla shrub 5ft (1.5m). Deciduous. Oval, serrated leaves. Many varieties. Flower In pH below 5.5, pink or red flowers. In pH above 5.5, blue or purple flowers. White not affected by pH. Poisonous. Frost hardy, -5C. Sun or partial shade. Remove dead flower heads. No
Fuchsia magellanica shrub 10ft (3m). Deciduous. Oval leaves.Red and purple flowers (other colours in varieties) in from June toOctober. Varieties include: molinae var. molinae (pale pink). Frost hardy, 0C. Useful for hedging. -5C. Semi-shade, some shelter. Yes
Phlox subulata "Marjorie" Moss Phlox perennial, rock plant 4in (10cm). Evergreen. Forms clumps with small leaves. Covered in pink or purple, star-shaped flowers in June. Fully hardy. Sun or partial shade, with fertile and moist soil. No

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