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Genus

  • Abelia
  • Aralia
  • Buddleia (Butterfly Bush)
  • Cotinus
  • Daphne
  • Long-Blooming Hydrangea
  • Itea
  • Low-Maintenance Kalmia
  • Leucothoe
  • Dependable Rhododendron
  • Sambucus
  • Sarcococca
  • Diervilla
  • Azalea
  • Pieris

Inspired Introductions

  • New
  • Wayside Signature Series
  • Most Popular
  • 5-Star Customer Favorites
  • Classic Selections

Light Requirements

  • Full Sun
  • Part Shade
  • Shade

Habit

  • Compact
  • Dense
  • Dwarf
  • Mound-shaped
  • Spreading
  • Standard
  • Upright

Additional Characteristics

  • Bloom First Year
  • Easy Care Plants
  • Fragrance for Your Garden
  • Long Bloomers
  • Double Blooms
  • Free Bloomer
  • Variegated
  • Rose Companions
  • Flower
  • Heirloom
  • Butterfly Attracting
  • Award Winner
  • Ever Blooming
  • Hummingbird Lovers
  • Repeat Bloomer
  • Edibles
  • Berries
  • Bird Lovers
  • Fast Growing
  • Fall Foliage Changes
  • Spring Foliage Changes
  • Fall Color
  • Pruning Recommended
  • Cut-and-Come-Again
  • Evergreen
  • Needs Deadheading

Season Of Interest

Shade Shrubs

Hypnotic Leaves and Blooms for Shady Spots

Look at the shaded areas of your yard. Just because they are dark, does not mean they have to be drab! Shade shrubs can flourish in low and indirect light while producing colorful, alluring flowers season after season. Beautiful plants like Hydrangea and Laurel typify this category. Use these many-stemmed plants to bring structure to your garden and add vibrant color to those shady spots!