How to plant for shade in your small garden: Telegraph Gardening Tips

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “How to plant for shade in your small garden: Telegraph Gardening Tips” – below is their description.

    Gardening Columnist, Alice Vincent busts common myths about planting in shady areas. Whilst the ability to grow abundant flowers may be out of the question, there’s plenty of opportunity for exciting foliage – it’s just a matter of adjusting expectations.

    Ferns and ivy are two such plants that thrive in shady areas, Alice shows the best way to plant them up and incorporate them amongst existing shade loving plants. Shady gardens can be as beautiful and dramatic as their sun loving counterparts!

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