Sun or Shade Garden? - Fernlea Flowers

Gardening Tips

Sun or Shade Garden?

Select your plants and flowers accordingly Before planting in your garden, find out what areas are full sun, partial sun, shade and partial shade. You can do this by watching throughout the day and taking note of which areas of the garden are sunny or shady and for how long. When purchasing new plants, consult […]

Select your plants and flowers accordingly

Before planting in your garden, find out what areas are full sun, partial sun, shade and partial shade. You can do this by watching throughout the day and taking note of which areas of the garden are sunny or shady and for how long. When purchasing new plants, consult the care tags for light requirements.

ANNUALS

Sun loving annuals

Dianthus, garden mum, geranium, helichrysum, lantana, marigold, vinca, zinnia, zonal geranium.

Part sun loving annuals

Ageratum, alyssum, aster, bacopa, celosia, dahlia, dusty miller, gazania, hypoestes, ivy geranium, lobelia, marguerite daisy, new guinea impatiens, pansy, petunia, phlox, platycodon, salvia, scaevola, snapdragon, verbena, viola.

Shade loving annuals

Coleus, double impatiens, fuchsia, impatiens, non stop begonia, boston fern.

ACCENT PLANTS

Sun loving accent plants

Very few accent plants prefer full sun.

Part sun loving accent plants

Dracaena spike, sprengerii, vinca vine, swedish ivy, english ivy, german ivy, grapy ivy, spider plant, plectranthus.

Shade loving accent plants

Deadnettle.