IDEAL PLANTS FOR
COOL, DRY SHADE
Many of the best plants for shade prefer lots of water, like ferns and hydrangeas. Fear not! If you have a shady area that is drying out this summer,
Soft Caress Mahonia
Goshiki False Holly
(right) and all thrive in shady locations. Once established, these plants can survive long periods of drought.
These plants feature such different textures that they stand out beautifully when planted on their own but also make a beautiful combo when planted together. Even if you don't have a trouble spot, drought-tolerant plants are a great way to save water in your landscape.