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flowering bushes for shade
    flowering
  • having a flower or bloom; "a flowering plant"
  • Capable of producing flowers, esp. in contrast to a similar plant with the flowers inconspicuous or absent
  • unfolding: a developmental process; "the flowering of antebellum culture"
  • (of a plant) In bloom
  • blossoming: the time and process of budding and unfolding of blossoms
  • Producing flowers at a specified time or of a specified type
    bushes
  • A shrub or clump of shrubs with stems of moderate length
  • The Bush family is a prominent American family. Along with many members who have been successful bankers and businessmen, across three generations the family includes two U.S. Senators, one Supreme Court Justice, two Governors, one Vice President and two Presidents.
  • A thing resembling such a shrub, esp. a clump of thick hair or fur
  • (bushed) all in(p): very tired; "was all in at the end of the day"; "so beat I could flop down and go to sleep anywhere"; "bushed after all that exercise"; "I'm dead after that long trip"
  • A woman's pubic hair
  • A shrub or bush is distinguished from a tree by its multiple stems and lower height, usually less than 5–6 m (15–20 ft) tall. A large number of plants can be either shrubs or trees, depending on the growing conditions they experience.
    shade
  • represent the effect of shade or shadow on
  • Darken or color (an illustration or diagram) with parallel pencil lines or a block of color
  • Screen from direct light
  • Cover, moderate, or exclude the light of
  • shadow: cast a shadow over
  • relative darkness caused by light rays being intercepted by an opaque body; "it is much cooler in the shade"; "there's too much shadiness to take good photographs"
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Easy Gardens Volume 12 - Perennials
Easy Gardens Volume 12 - Perennials
“Easy Gardens Volume 12 – Perennials” explains how to have a beautiful garden 12 months a year with little or no work. Plant your perennial flowers one year and enjoy watching them come up and bloom on their own in your shady or sunny garden for many years. Included are my favorite and easiest perennials, shade-loving perennials and climbers.
For 20 years I lived in Philadelphia and enjoyed my shady and sunny perennial gardens. They bloomed and looked beautiful 12 months a year with little or no maintenance. You, too, can do this. It seems almost unbelievable, but in one year you can have fun and watch your easy garden grow.
SELECT A QUICK AND EASY GARDEN STYLE to match your needs. Decide what you want to do in your garden, look at the physical layout and shape of your garden, choose the color and texture of your flowers, bulbs, bushes and trees by following the easy steps presented in 121 pages.
PREPARE THE SOIL or use the raised bed designs which do not require digging.
SELECT THE PLANTS by growing season so that you can have flowers every year with little work. Each year they will grow, bloom and die back on their own. Do the work one year and reap the harvest for many years to come.
PLANT YOUR PLANTS AND BULBS so that few weeds can grow, water them the easy way and enjoy your slice of Heaven.
Learn about selecting, planting and enjoying TREES AND BUSHES as they become beautiful every year with their blossoms, fruit, colorful leaves and berries. You can also select evergreen trees and shrubs so that you have a wide range of colors, shapes and designs in your garden year around.
Valuable information is also included on compost, fertilizer, mulch, weeds, disease and where you can find bargains and FREE PLANTS.
Enjoy “Easy Gardens Volume 12” (with 121 pages) so that you can have a beautiful garden 12 months a year with easy, self-blooming perennial flowers by following the simple steps. You can also purchase the complete book, “Easy Gardens A to Z,” which has 348 pages and includes all the information from the separate volumes and more!
The original “Easy Gardens A to Z” is a compilation of all I have read and learned firsthand over the years. It is written in a format both beginning and experienced gardeners will find easy to follow, using common names for plants.
It requires little or no maintenance for your garden to look beautiful year around if you follow the directions in “Easy Gardens A to Z”—the only book you need to purchase. Guided by the table of contents, you will readily find answers to all your questions:
* FROM designing your garden by following the easy steps in the 47 complete garden designs plus HUNDREDS of other design ideas;
* TO designing decks, paths and water features;
* TO preparing your soil or using the no-dig raised bed designs;
* TO planting and maintaining shady and sunny perennial and annual flowers, vegetables, fruits, bulbs, grasses, climbers, bushes and trees;
* TO dealing with garden compost, fertilizer, pests, weeds and disease;
* TO reaping your harvest.
Each page of “Easy Gardens A to Z” is filled with a wealth of ideas and easy directions on how to create your own little slice of paradise.
The 47 garden designs include designs and plants suggested to create an adventure play area for children, a wheelchair accessible garden, a garden for visually impaired or a garden for cooking or relaxing, to name a few.

“Your gardening book is very concise and practical. If one puts into practice the instructions and information that you have parlayed – spectacular gardens will be the end result. Well done.” Margarita Kybartas

“Easy Gardens Volume 12 – Perennials” explains how to have a beautiful garden 12 months a year with little or no work. Plant your perennial flowers one year and enjoy watching them come up and bloom on their own in your shady or sunny garden for many years. Included are my favorite and easiest perennials, shade-loving perennials and climbers.
For 20 years I lived in Philadelphia and enjoyed my shady and sunny perennial gardens. They bloomed and looked beautiful 12 months a year with little or no maintenance. You, too, can do this. It seems almost unbelievable, but in one year you can have fun and watch your easy garden grow.
SELECT A QUICK AND EASY GARDEN STYLE to match your needs. Decide what you want to do in your garden, look at the physical layout and shape of your garden, choose the color and texture of your flowers, bulbs, bushes and trees by following the easy steps presented in 121 pages.
PREPARE THE SOIL or use the raised bed designs which do not require digging.
SELECT THE PLANTS by growing season so that you can have flowers every year with little work. Each year they will grow, bloom and die back on their own. Do the work one year and reap the harvest for many years to come.
PLANT YOUR PLANTS AND BULBS so that few weeds can grow, water them the easy way and enjoy your slice of Heaven.
Learn about selecting, planting and enjoying TREES AND BUSHES as they become beautiful every year with their blossoms, fruit, colorful leaves and berries. You can also select evergreen trees and shrubs so that you have a wide range of colors, shapes and designs in your garden year around.
Valuable information is also included on compost, fertilizer, mulch, weeds, disease and where you can find bargains and FREE PLANTS.
Enjoy “Easy Gardens Volume 12” (with 121 pages) so that you can have a beautiful garden 12 months a year with easy, self-blooming perennial flowers by following the simple steps. You can also purchase the complete book, “Easy Gardens A to Z,” which has 348 pages and includes all the information from the separate volumes and more!
The original “Easy Gardens A to Z” is a compilation of all I have read and learned firsthand over the years. It is written in a format both beginning and experienced gardeners will find easy to follow, using common names for plants.
It requires little or no maintenance for your garden to look beautiful year around if you follow the directions in “Easy Gardens A to Z”—the only book you need to purchase. Guided by the table of contents, you will readily find answers to all your questions:
* FROM designing your garden by following the easy steps in the 47 complete garden designs plus HUNDREDS of other design ideas;
* TO designing decks, paths and water features;
* TO preparing your soil or using the no-dig raised bed designs;
* TO planting and maintaining shady and sunny perennial and annual flowers, vegetables, fruits, bulbs, grasses, climbers, bushes and trees;
* TO dealing with garden compost, fertilizer, pests, weeds and disease;
* TO reaping your harvest.
Each page of “Easy Gardens A to Z” is filled with a wealth of ideas and easy directions on how to create your own little slice of paradise.
The 47 garden designs include designs and plants suggested to create an adventure play area for children, a wheelchair accessible garden, a garden for visually impaired or a garden for cooking or relaxing, to name a few.

“Your gardening book is very concise and practical. If one puts into practice the instructions and information that you have parlayed – spectacular gardens will be the end result. Well done.” Margarita Kybartas

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Lonicera maackii (Bush Honeysuckle)
Lonicera maackii (Bush Honeysuckle)
From Wikipedia - Lonicera maackii (Amur Honeysuckle or Bush Honeysuckle) is a species of honeysuckle in the family Caprifoliaceae, native to temperate Asia in northern and western China (south to Yunnan), Mongolia, Japan (central and northern Honshu, rare), Korea, and southeastern Russia (Primorsky Krai). The common name Amur Honeysuckle comes from the Amur River which is the world's eighth longest river. This river forms the border between the Russian Far East and Manchuria in China. L. maackii is native to the area surrounding this river. The species name maackii is derived from Richard Maack, a 19th century Russian naturalist. It is listed as an endangered species in Japan. It has escaped from cultivation and become naturalized in New Zealand and the eastern United States; in the forests of the latter, it has become an important invasive species. It is a deciduous large shrub growing to 6 m tall with stems up to 10 centimeters diameter. The leaves are oppositely arranged, 5–9 cm long and 2–4 cm broad, with an entire margin, and with at least some rough hairs on them. The flowers are produced in pairs, commonly with several pairs grouped together in clusters; they are 2 cm long, two-lipped, white later turning yellow or light orange in color; flowering is from mid spring to early summer. The fruit is a bright red to black semi-translucent berry 2–6 mm diameter containing numerous small seeds; they ripen in autumn, and are eaten by birds, which disperse the seeds in their droppings. It is fast growing and favours shady habitats such as the forest understory, neglected urban areas, and fence rows. It can form extremely dense thickets. It is grown as an ornamental plant for its attractive flowers, and also as a hedge. A number of cultivars have been selected for garden use, including 'Erubescens' with pink flowers, and 'Rem Red' with erect habit. The flowers are sometimes used by children, who remove the blossom by hand, and pull off the bottom to suck out the sweet nectar in the center. The red berries are mildly poisonous to humans and should not be eaten. As an invasive species Spread of this plant is illegal or controlled in some areas of the United States due to its well documented invasive character. It is listed as a "invasive, banned" species in Connecticut, "prohibited" in Massachusetts, and a "Class B noxious weed" in Vermont. It is also officially listed as an invasive species by government agencies in Wisconsin and Tennessee. This plant is adaptable and successful in a wide range of conditions. In the United States, Amur honeysuckle was once planted to control erosion, and as hedges. It spread quickly as birds eat the fruit and disperse the seeds, and was soon naturalized. Notably, in deciduous forest understories of the eastern United States it forms dense growths with thick canopies that shade out native shrubs, young trees, and wild flowers. Uncontrolled, these growths create a near monoculture of Amur Honeysuckle. This species poses a serious threat not only to the diversity of the ecosystems which they invade but also to forest regeneration itself.
Ozothamnus diosmifolius (Rice Flower)
Ozothamnus diosmifolius (Rice Flower)
Ozothamnus diosmifolius, or Rice Flower, is an erect shrub to 2 metres high which is native to New South Wales and Queensland in Australia. Other common names for this species include White Dogwood, Pill Flower and Sago Bush.Ozothamnus is a genus of about 53 species most of which are endemic to Australia. Ozothamnus diosmifolius is usually a small, erect and open shrub to about 1.5 metres high but is sometimes larger. The leaves are small, linear in shape to about 15 mm long. The small flowers occur in clusters of 20 to 100 at the ends of the branches and are usually white but forms in varying shades of pink are also known. O.diosmifolius is widely grown for the cut flower trade as it is long lasting and complements other, more flamboyant species. It tends to develop a "straggly" habit in cultivation and is probably past its best after 3 seasons although annual pruning can help in maintaining an attractive bush. The species is easily propagated and can be treated as an annual or biennial. It is adaptable to most well drained soils and will grow in sun or partial shade. The pink forms tend to fade quickly in full sun. The species is tolerant of at least moderate frost. Ozothamnus diosmifolius , o Rice Flower, e un arbusto eretto che raggiunge anche i 2 metri di altezza originario del New South Wales e Queensland in Australia. Altri nomi comuni di questa specie sono anche White Dogwood e Sago Bush.Ozothamnus e un genere di circa 53 specie molte delle quali sono endemiche dell'Australia. Le foglie sono piccole e i fiorellini si raggruppano in gruppi di 20-100 alle estremita dei rami e sono di solito di colore bianco, ma esistono anche piante con fiori di varie tonalita di rosa.

flowering bushes for shade
flowering bushes for shade
Easy Gardens Volume 11 - Decks, Fences, Arbors and More
“Easy Gardens Volume 11 “ Decks, Fences, Arbors and More? explains how to have a beautiful garden 12 months a year with little or no work. Charming gazebos and rose-covered arbors look fabulous in every garden. Choose from the many decks, patios, fences, terraces, steps and more presented in this book.
For 20 years I lived in Philadelphia and had a gazebo, rose-covered arbor and fences to accent my shady and sunny gardens which bloomed 12 months a year with little or no maintenance. You, too, can do this. It seems almost unbelievable, but in one year you can have fun and watch your easy garden grow.
SELECT A QUICK AND EASY GARDEN STYLE to match your needs. Decide what you want to do in your garden, look at the physical layout and shape of your garden, choose the color and texture of your flowers, bulbs, bushes and trees by following the easy steps presented in 123 pages.
PREPARE THE SOIL or use the raised bed designs which do not require digging.
SELECT THE PLANTS by growing season so that you can have flowers every year with little work. Each year they will grow, bloom and die back on their own. Do the work one year and reap the harvest for many years to come.
PLANT YOUR PLANTS AND BULBS so that few weeds can grow, water them the easy way and enjoy your slice of Heaven.
Learn about selecting, planting and enjoying TREES AND BUSHES as they become beautiful every year with their blossoms, fruit, colorful leaves and berries. You can also choose evergreen trees and shrubs so that you have a wide range of colors, shapes and designs in your garden year around.
Valuable information is also included on compost, fertilizer, mulch, weeds, disease and where you can find bargains and FREE PLANTS.
Enjoy “Easy Gardens Volume 11? (with 123 pages) so that you can have a beautiful garden 12 months a year with charming gazebos, rose-covered arbors, decks and much more by following the simple steps. You can also purchase the complete book, “Easy Gardens A to Z,www.amazon.com.
The original “Easy Gardens A to Z? (with 348 pages) is a compilation of all I have read and learned firsthand over the years. It is written in a format both beginning and experienced gardeners will find easy to follow, using common names for plants. It includes all the information from the separate volumes and more!
It requires little or no maintenance for your garden to look beautiful year around if you follow the directions in “Easy Gardens A to Z?”the only book you need to purchase. Guided by the table of contents, you will readily find answers to all your questions:
*FROM designing your garden by following the easy steps in the 47 complete garden designs plus HUNDREDS of other design ideas;
*TO designing decks, paths and water features;
* TO preparing your soil or using the no-dig raised bed designs;
* TO planting and maintaining shady and sunny perennial and annual flowers, vegetables, fruits, bulbs, grasses, climbers, bushes and trees;
* TO dealing with garden compost, fertilizer, pests, weeds and disease;
*TO reaping your harvest.
You can have fun and feel pride in your gorgeous year-around garden which takes little or no work.
?
“Your gardening book is very concise and practical. If one puts into practice the instructions and information that you have parlayed “ spectacular gardens will be the end result. Well done.? Margarita Kybartas

“Your garden in Philadelphia was spectacular. You used a lot of land and it wasn't difficult to always have something in bloom.? Betsy Weiss

“Congratulations to you on your practical, easily understandable and delightful book, “Easy Gardens A to Z,? which has over 300 pages chock full of everything a gardener wants and needs to know to plant a lovely garden. It is nicely painted with personal vignettes from your own experience. It felt like a lovely garden walk when reading it.? Margaret Salisbury

“Easy Gardens Volume 11 “ Decks, Fences, Arbors and More? explains how to have a beautiful garden 12 months a year with little or no work. Charming gazebos and rose-covered arbors look fabulous in every garden. Choose from the many decks, patios, fences, terraces, steps and more presented in this book.
For 20 years I lived in Philadelphia and had a gazebo, rose-covered arbor and fences to accent my shady and sunny gardens which bloomed 12 months a year with little or no maintenance. You, too, can do this. It seems almost unbelievable, but in one year you can have fun and watch your easy garden grow.
SELECT A QUICK AND EASY GARDEN STYLE to match your needs. Decide what you want to do in your garden, look at the physical layout and shape of your garden, choose the color and texture of your flowers, bulbs, bushes and trees by following the easy steps presented in 123 pages.
PREPARE THE SOIL or use the raised bed designs which do not require digging.
SELECT THE PLANTS by growing season so that you can have flowers every year with little work. Each year they will grow, bloom and die back on their own. Do the work one year and reap the harvest for many years to come.
PLANT YOUR PLANTS AND BULBS so that few weeds can grow, water them the easy way and enjoy your slice of Heaven.
Learn about selecting, planting and enjoying TREES AND BUSHES as they become beautiful every year with their blossoms, fruit, colorful leaves and berries. You can also choose evergreen trees and shrubs so that you have a wide range of colors, shapes and designs in your garden year around.
Valuable information is also included on compost, fertilizer, mulch, weeds, disease and where you can find bargains and FREE PLANTS.
Enjoy “Easy Gardens Volume 11? (with 123 pages) so that you can have a beautiful garden 12 months a year with charming gazebos, rose-covered arbors, decks and much more by following the simple steps. You can also purchase the complete book, “Easy Gardens A to Z,www.amazon.com.
The original “Easy Gardens A to Z? (with 348 pages) is a compilation of all I have read and learned firsthand over the years. It is written in a format both beginning and experienced gardeners will find easy to follow, using common names for plants. It includes all the information from the separate volumes and more!
It requires little or no maintenance for your garden to look beautiful year around if you follow the directions in “Easy Gardens A to Z?”the only book you need to purchase. Guided by the table of contents, you will readily find answers to all your questions:
*FROM designing your garden by following the easy steps in the 47 complete garden designs plus HUNDREDS of other design ideas;
*TO designing decks, paths and water features;
* TO preparing your soil or using the no-dig raised bed designs;
* TO planting and maintaining shady and sunny perennial and annual flowers, vegetables, fruits, bulbs, grasses, climbers, bushes and trees;
* TO dealing with garden compost, fertilizer, pests, weeds and disease;
*TO reaping your harvest.
You can have fun and feel pride in your gorgeous year-around garden which takes little or no work.
?
“Your gardening book is very concise and practical. If one puts into practice the instructions and information that you have parlayed “ spectacular gardens will be the end result. Well done.? Margarita Kybartas

“Your garden in Philadelphia was spectacular. You used a lot of land and it wasn't difficult to always have something in bloom.? Betsy Weiss

“Congratulations to you on your practical, easily understandable and delightful book, “Easy Gardens A to Z,? which has over 300 pages chock full of everything a gardener wants and needs to know to plant a lovely garden. It is nicely painted with personal vignettes from your own experience. It felt like a lovely garden walk when reading it.? Margaret Salisbury

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