Plant Solutions for Dry Shade

These stalwart plants can thrive beneath trees and large shrubs. To give them a head start, dig large holes, mix in plenty of compost, then apply lots of water while they settle in.

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Saxifraga Stolonifera, Tricolor
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Creeping saxifrage (<em>Saxifraga stolonifera</em>) 'Tricolor'

Mature size: 12 inches tall and wide. Ideal growing conditions: part to full shade; moist, well-drained soil

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