Shade-loving plants

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In ecology, shade tolerance refers to a plant's ability to grow with low light levels. The term is also used in gardening and landscaping. Sometimes called "shade-loving" plants, they can be grown without a lot of sunshine. Most urban gardeners must find plants that will grow in partial or full shade.The following plants are known to be shade-loving:

Shrubs[change | change source]

Perennial plants[change | change source]

Annual plants[change | change source]

Ground covers[change | change source]

Climbing plants[change | change source]

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