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Flowering Plants That'll Thrive In Your Shady Garden

A lack of sunlight can limit plant choices when designing a yard or garden. Having shady areas on the property can be especially frustrating if you're after fine-textured plants like lavender, Russian sage, or baby's breath, since they grow best in full sun. But there's one plant whose delicate, cotton candy-esque appearance will dress up a garden's composition with the fuzzy texture every homeowner will love — and it grows just fine in the shade.

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    The Cotton Candy-Like Flower That Will Add Texture To Your Shady Yard

    The Cotton Candy-Like Flower That Will Add Texture To Your Shady Yard

    A lack of sunlight can limit plant choices when designing a yard or garden. Having shady areas on the property can be especially frustrating if …

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