Posts Tagged ‘hydreangea’
Here’s a garden plant combination for the shade garden that is a real eye-catcher!
The large rounded Hydrangea flowers play well against the delicate, lacy creamy white flowers of Goatsbeard or Aruncus.
Aruncus is an imposing upright shade perennial that thrives in a moist setting. It grows up to 5 feet tall. I like using Aruncus to give height in my shade garden and often will use this perennial in place of a shrub.