If you are having lots of trees in your garden and no space to grow more plants then you may try gardening under the Tree Shade.
Yes you read it right, you can grow some beautiful plants/flowers to make your garden more attractive.
Here is the list of 10 Plants that grow well under Trees.
The bleeding heart plant likes to be planted in organic soil in a shady or part shade area.
Many are surprised that growing bleeding hearts is so simple. Once you are aware of how to grow bleeding hearts, you may want to use them to brighten dark and shady areas.
Like azaleas, hydrangeas need consistent moisture, but they tolerate and even prefer shade.
In zones 6 through 9, you can grow mophead or French hydrangeas. In zones 4 through 5, you’re better off growing panicle or arborescens hydrangeas, which are more cold hardy.
3.Azaleas and Rhododendrons
These acid-loving shrubs grow best in shade. They need a pH between 4.4 and 6.0 and won’t tolerate alkaline soils, making them an unsuitable choice for most of the Rocky Mountain area and some parts of the Midwest.
If you live in an area where they grow, though, azaleas and rhododendrons make lovely understory shrubs. Azaleas need consistent moisture, so use a drip system regularly.
4.Oregon Grape Holly
Oregon grape holly is a tough, drought-resistant plant that can grow in almost any environment. The plant is available as an upright shrub or with a trailing form, which is especially attractive under trees.
It has holly-shaped leaves, yellow flowers and purple berries.
Vinca grows in full sun to partial shade and tolerates dry to moist conditions. In moist soil, it can become invasive.
Hostas are somewhat drought tolerant, although they’ll perform better with consistent moisture. These versatile plants comes in hundreds of varieties, with foliage ranging from deep blue-green to yellow and gold. Group hostas in masses under trees.
These versatile plants comes in hundreds of varieties, with foliage ranging from deep blue-green to yellow and gold. Group hostas in masses under trees.
The classic underplanting annual, impatiens tolerate deep shade, especially during hot weather. They need regular watering and frequent fertilizer.
Pansies and violets grow best in full sun, but they make a good understory plant in early spring, before shade trees have leafed out.
They can also be grown in the fall after leaves have fallen.
Growing lilies from bulbs is a favorite pastime of many gardeners.
Lilies love the full sun. If they are planted in the shade, the stems will stretch and lean towards the sun. When the lilies are in active growth, be sure to water them frequently.
A large number of ferns will withstand both the winter cold and summer heat, which makes them particularly useful in the shady southern landscape.
This hardiness also makes taking care of outdoor ferns simple.