Gardening – November 2022 – Issue 327


50 Shades of Green

Conrad McCormick is in the shade this month offering advice for gardens where sun exposure is compromised.

Often considered problematic and difficult, a well-planned and planted shady garden, that takes account of the conditions, can be incredibly atmospheric and magical; think mossy woodland glades filled with lush verdant foliage. On those rare hot and sunny summer days a shady garden can also provide respite from the sun, a place to retreat from the heat. When gardening in these conditions, in order to guarantee success, it’s vital to understand what kind of shade you have, so you can choose the right plants that will flourish.

Read more in the November issue…


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