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Cleaning Up After the Harvest
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Color in the Shade

Every homeowner has a corner in the yard that never sees the sun. No matter what you plant, nothing flourishes. To help with this dilemma, the following list is an array of flowering plants that will bring color to the shadiest corner of your yard.

Bleeding Heart (Red)
Bleeding Heart (Red)

Coralbells (Pink)
Coralbells (Pink)

Geranium (Red)
Geranium (Red)

Ajuga Bugleweed (Pink)
Ajuga Bugleweed (Pink)

Toad Lilly (Pink and White)
Toad Lilly (Pink and White)

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