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Shade Monthly October 2016

The star is the double flowered form of Anemonopsis macrophylla. The normal version is a fine plant with its dangling, dusky-backed, white flowers in late summer. It is relatively easy to grow ...

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Shade Monthly September 2016

Plant of the Month: Hydrangea serrata ‘Shirofuji’

Any shade bed, no matter how small, has room for one of the smaller varieties of H. serrata ...

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Shade Monthly August 2016

Plant of the Month: Arisaema tortuosum ‘Black Rod’

The Arisaema have done well this year. The cool, wet weather must remind them of home ...

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Shade Monthly July 2016

Plant of the Month…. Cardiocrinum giganteum

Yes, I know it is monocarpic slug bait, but with a little effort and about six years you can build up a population of these stately beauties. Growing up to 8 ft tall and topped by huge,sweet-smelling, trumpet shaped flowers they brighten up ...

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Shade Monthly June 2016

Plant of the Month…. Saruma henryi

The true plant of the month is, of course, Primula sieboldii in its
many varieties. They look stunning at the moment, but it was
selected by Gill Mullin for her 'Plant of the Month', so I
have to choose another....

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