Plants For
Part Sun & Shade

Plants For
Part Sun & Shade

Looking for plants that flourish in part sun and shade in Winnipeg ? Part sun and shade is getting 4-6 Hrs or less of direct sun daily.

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Astilbe Fanal Red

Bright red plumes are presented in upright spires Blooms in early summer; one of the earliest reds to bloom Foliage is mahogany red in spring, turning green by summer One of the most popular reds; a vigorous grower

Quantity Available:
61

Astilbe Peach Blossom

Delicate peach flowers with a hint of pink Plumes are full and lend a frothy appearance to the clump Blooms in early summer Glossy, green foliage

Quantity Available:
20

Fire Island Hosta

This medium-sized selection has pointy leaves that begin brilliant yellow-gold in spring, changing to medium green in summer. Considered by some to be the best gold leafed variety.

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147

Hosta 'Halcyon'

This larger specimen selection has thick, powdery blue-green leaves. Pale lavender flowers appear in July.

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18

Mohican Viburnum

Flat-topped clusters of creamy-white flowers Fruit starts off pinkish-red maturing to bluish-black The fruit ripens in the fall and is highly attractive to birds Textured, velvety, green leaves turn reddish-purple in the fall Upright, rounded, multi-stemmed habit Bloom Time: Spring

Quantity Available:
64

Platycodon Balloon Fuji Pink

Interesting balloon-like buds burst open into beautiful soft pink, bell-shaped flowers which keep their color best in partial shade. 'Fuji Pink' is a very reliable bloomer that is pest and disease free.

Quantity Available:
100

Rudbeckia B.Eyed Sus Goldsturm

Black Eyed Susans are one of the most popular perennials available today, having earned the prestigious Perennial Plant of the Year Award in 1999.The gold daisy-like flowers have a distinct dark brown central cone and are held on branching stems.

Quantity Available:
300

Spirea Dakota Goldcharm

‘Mertyann’ is best grown in a loamy soil with full to partial sun. Summer flowering spirea will flower with a good flush in late spring, and sporadically during the summer. To promote a second flush of bloom, remove spent flowers by pinching or light shearing. Pruning for shape should be done in early spring to allow the flower buds to form.

Quantity Available:
300

Spirea Bridalwreath

Double, white flowers before the leaves Shiny, dark green leaves turn yellow-orange in the fall Upright, vase-shaped form Bloom Time: Spring

Quantity Available:
300