Plants for a Shady Patio



There’s more gardening information on the Mississippi State website and Youtube Channel.

This video: Shady gardens are always some of the most inviting. Let’s take a look at my friend Barbara’s shady back patio. Entering the patio you can’t help but notice what I think is the center piece, the gorgeous lace leaf Japanese maple which is a slow growing shrub-like plant. Upon closer inspection the fine dissected foliage has very intricate patterns. While Sunpatiens are marketed for the full sun, they work just as well in shade. With Dr. Gary Bachman.

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