Seed List -- Perennials for Shady Sites

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Nootka Lupine Seedling
--This FAQ is in work--thanks, Trudi

Perennials for Shady Sites

Adenophera
Alchemilla
Amsonia
Asclepius (some toleratant of part shade)
Astilbe
Aquilegia
Bellis
Bupleorum
Calamintha
Campsis (vine)
Campanula
Chelone
Cherianthus (biennial)
Cyclamon
Digitalis
Eupatorium
Francoa
Grasses, Ornamental (many are tolerant of part shade)
Geranium (cranesbill)
Hesperis
Heuchera
Hosta
Incarvillea
Iris
Juncus (rush)
Lathyrus
Ligularia
Lobelia
Lunaria (biennial)
Lupin
Lysimachia
Meconopsis
Mentha
Monarda
Myosotis
Nepeta
Oenothera (many tolerant of part shade)
Phlox
Polemonium
Primula
Pulsatilla
Rodgersia
Sanguisorba
Saxifragacaea
Salvia (many tolerant of part shade)
Scutellaria (many tolerant of part shade)
Silene
Thalicitrum
Trollus
Veronica
Viola
Yucca (many tolerant of part shade)

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