- Jul 16, 2013
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We have an unused area in the backyard that has full shade. I now there are a few plants that will thrive but I would like to use perennials and if possible wild flowers. Do you have any suggestions?
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Another plant that smells intoxicating in the spring, and loves shade is Lily of the Valley. My mother had it growing in the deep shade under the horse chestnut tree, and each year, it would blossom right around Easter, and fill the air with that sweet scent. I used to love the Muguet perfume that was the essence of Lily of the Valley.
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