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We just moved and I have a half acre of wooded shaded dry area. Any suggestions on flowers for this area for southeast KY. Always had full sun and now I have to find some flowers for shade in this area.
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Coleus, hostas, ferns...you might try some ginger, too? (and, welcome! )
Check your local county extension office and a local garden center too, they will have a few ideas as to what does well in your area, and you can choose from there. You can also check the online seed companies, Michigan Bulb is a good start, they have a list of shade plants and what zones they do best in.
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