Posted: 04/05/2014 at 13:39
Sarcococca is good in shade and smells nice in winter.
Cornus mas seems to be coping as shade has overtaken it.
Choisya does surprisingly well in shade. Euonymous fortunei in all its many varieties.
Hazels are good.
ferns, hostas, aquilegias, foxgloves, pulmonarias, dicentras, some of the hardy geraniums, epimediums.
Will that do for a start. I'm sure there'll be more suggestions