Posted: 18/08/2016 at 20:23
White arum lilies will light up a shady spot in spring judojub
astilbes will flower in the shade too if it is not too dry..........white, pink,,red and purple fluffy spires in summer. many have delightfully colourful spring foliage too. Check out acteas/ciimicifugas too. Superb sculptural purple./brown foliage with scented white flowers at this time of year. brunneras too. ,Hadspen Cream has variegated foliage plus blue forgrt me not flowers in spring. astrantias will flower there as well. Violas too. heucheras and heucherellas as well as Tiarellas. Geranium phaem will do well in shade. Fo autumn flowers check out liriopes.....evergreen grasslike foliage and spikes of purple flowers. anemones will do well there esp Wild Swan.
The new disease resistant busy lizzies will add a lot of colour albeit they are annuals. Again, the whites will light up shady areas.
How about flowering grasses? Bowles Golden Grass, millium effusum, has lovely airy yellow flowers. Deschampsias flower throughout summer.
Hey! Hostas also have beautiful flowers. Check out the different varieties ......flowers are impressive, white through to lilac and many are scented
you can have a highly colourful garden down there judojub